The Tennessee softball team took down Lee University 23-6 (8 Inn.) Friday night at Sherri Parker Lee Stadium.
The University of Tennessee announced Wednesday that Lady Vols' softball coach Ralph Weekly is calling it a career after 35 seasons of coaching. He and his wife Karen Weekly have served as co-coaches for the Tennessee softball program for most of its existence, first suiting up in 2002.
The Lady Vols entered this year’s NCAA tournament with high hopes. After all, the head coaching tandem of Ralph and Karen Weekly have seen their fair share of success - including a 17-year streak of competing in the postseason. Pair this with a talented roster coming off a 42-15 season again…
Tennessee softball saw its season fall short Saturday after dropping two in a row to James Madison and Liberty in regional play. The Lady Vols’ season didn’t exactly exceed expectations and will now see Tennessee eliminated before the second round for the first time since 2016.
Kaitlin Parsons’ slide into home plate was a sight for sore eyes among the Volunteer faithful in attendance for Tennessee’s opening round matchup against Eastern Kentucky. Just moments earlier, Eastern Kentucky pitcher Mollie Paulick had finished her third straight hitless inning, the score …
No. 17 Tennessee lost its series against No. 15 Missouri, winning Friday’s game but dropping Saturday and Sunday’s contests. Sunday’s matchup was Tennessee’s final regular season game.
Tennessee softball got back on track in game one of its weekend series against Missouri, beating the Tigers 4-0 at Sherri Parker Lee Stadium. With this win the Lady Vols improve to 39-10 (12-9 SEC) and look to hold momentum going into Saturday’s potentially series clinching game two.
Tennessee softball dropped both games of its Wednesday doubleheader against Mississippi State by scores of 2-1 and 6-2, respectively. The Lady Vols’ struggles in Starkville mark the first time this season that they have failed to pick up a victory against multi-game opponents.
Tennessee softball won game three of its weekend series on Sunday to pick up a sweep over the Auburn Tigers. The win was Tennessee’s fourth SEC series win, and first series sweep of the season.
Tennessee softball improved to 36-8 (9-7 SEC) with a win over Auburn Friday night, taking game one of the weekend series 2-1. The Lady Vols have won three SEC series in a row and look to take number four on Saturday in game two.
After dropping its first two SEC series against LSU and Alabama, Tennessee (35-8, 8-7) won three straight SEC series, and now the Lady Vols will look to pick up their fourth on the road against Auburn (26-16, 6-12).
Ashley Morgan was named the SEC Player of the Week and a National Fast Pitch Association Top Performer after Tennessee’s win last weekend over No. 21 Georgia.
The Lady Vols will make up one of their postponed contests from earlier in the year. Tennessee’s series against Mississippi State, originally scheduled for the week of April 9- to 11, will now take place as a midweek doubleheader on Wednesday, May 5.
Tennessee softball clinched just its third SEC series victory of the season on Saturday, this time against top-ranked Georgia. The Lady Vols started as strong as ever, taking games one and two 3-1 and 9-3, respectively.
Tennessee and Western Carolina have canceled a doubleheader that was set to be played Tuesday in Cullowhee, North Carolina after mutual decision between both teams.
After winning the first game of the series Friday night, the Lady Vols picked up the series clinching win over Georgia Saturday afternoon.
Tennessee softball bested No. 21 Georgia on Friday to improve to 34-7 (7-6 SEC) on the season. The Lady Vols’ 3-1 game one victory earned the Orange and White an 18-17 advantage in the all-time series against Georgia at Sherri Parker Lee stadium, and provides crucial momentum heading into to…
Tennessee softball returns home this week for its penultimate home series of the season, this time against No. 22 Georgia. The Lady Vols are winners of six of their last seven but have yet to post consistent SEC numbers. This is especially concerning after a narrow series win against a strug…
The No. 16 Lady Vols clinched their second SEC series win last weekend over South Carolina. Tennessee dropped Saturday night’s game 3-2, and went on to win Sunday and Monday, 11-0 and 4-2, respectively.
Tennessee softball is looking to improve upon its SEC resume this weekend against South Carolina, a team that is struggling to keep up with the rest of the SEC. Although the Lady Vols are nationally ranked, their 4-5 SEC record leaves much to be desired as the finish line for the regular sea…
The No. 21 Tennessee softball team was too much to handle for in-state competition Tennessee State on Wednesday, as the Lady Vols took games one and two by score of 2-1 and 3-0, respectively. With these victories, the Lady Vols extend their win streak to four and improve to 31-6 on the season.
Tennessee softball announced the cancellation of its doubleheader versus Tennessee Tech on Tuesday. The Lady Vols are coming off a series victory against Kentucky and were looking to gain momentum against a struggling Golden Eagles team.
The No. 21 Tennessee (28-6, 4-5 SEC) softball team got its first SEC series win this weekend over No. 8 Kentucky (27-6, 4-5), winning Friday and Sunday’s contests and dropping Saturday’s.
Tennessee softball earned a decisive game three victory Sunday, besting No. 8 Kentucky 5-2 to win its first SEC series of the season. In achieving this milestone, the Lady Vols improved to 28-6 on the year and 4-5 in SEC play.
The No. 21 Lady Vols defeated the No. 8 Kentucky Wildcats 6-2 Sunday afternoon to get their first SEC series win of the season. Ashley Rogers returned to the mound after sitting Saturday’s game out, and the junior pitcher was firing on all cylinders for Tennessee (27-6, 3-5 SEC).
The Lady Vols softball team beat No. 7 Kentucky 6-1 Friday afternoon, extending their win streak to six and improving to 27-5, 3-4 SEC. Tennessee is one step closer to clinching its first SEC series of the year against a Kentucky team that has never won a series in Knoxville.
The 23-5 Lady Vols will welcome the 26-4 Kentucky Wildcats this weekend in what will be a battle of the bats, as two of the strongest batting teams in the SEC face-off.
Tennessee faced Kennesaw State Wednesday in a double-header. The Lady Vols were successful in both games, taking the first 9-1, and the second 4-1.
After a win on Friday night, the Lady Vols couldn’t use their momentum Saturday against Alabama. The Tide defeated the Lady Vols this afternoon, 7-1.
Tennessee softball struggled offensively and defensively against LSU on Sunday, losing 11-3. The Lady Vols generated only five hits and were held scoreless in four out of five innings, while LSU finished the game with 10 hits and 10 RBI.