Under first-year head coach Duane Ross, Tennessee track and field saw both the men's and women's teams place top five at the SEC outdoor meet in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It is the first time since 2008 that both teams placed in the top five.
Knoxville native Preston Ruth has loved the sport of running for years, ever since he was little. In 2019, he was a freshman on UT’s track team. In April, he ran his last race for the Vols.
After a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tennessee welcomed 12 new members to the University of Tennessee Athletics Hall of Fame on Friday night in Pratt Pavilion.
With some of the biggest competitions of the season coming up in the next month, Tennessee track and field had the opportunity to catch its breath with the Tennessee Relays at Tom Black Track over the weekend.
Tennessee track and field is hosting the Tennessee Relays Thursday through Saturday. After claiming three victories in day two of competition, Tennessee looks to close out the weekend strong.
Tennessee track and field is hosting the Tennessee's Relays Thursday through Saturday. Day two of the meet at Tom Black Track includes several throwing and jumping events, the 1500m, 5k, 400m and more.
Tennessee’s track and field team had a successful trip to Austin, leaving the Lone Star state with five performances that currently rank inside the top 15 on the 2023 world list for this outdoor season on the final day of the the 95th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays.
When Duane Ross visited Tennessee last spring, he stood in lane five of Tom Black track – the same lane he became an NCAA Champion in while competing for Clemson in the 110m hurdles in 1995.
The Tennessee men’s cross country team was voted to finish third in the SEC preseason poll, voted on by the league’s coaches. Tennessee received one first-place vote, good enough to come in third behind Alabama and Arkansas, who received six and five first place votes, respectively.
The University of Tennessee hosted the Tennessee Challenge track meet on Saturday May 7, allowing the Vols to end their regular season at home. Scheduled for only one day of competition, the teams and event staffed quickly transitioned through 26 events in only a handful of hours.
As Tennessee split up its track and field team, much of the attention was steered towards the group traveling up to the historic 126th Pennsylvania Relays. However, it was at the LSU Invite that Favour Ashe sent shockwaves around the track and field world.
Tennessee’s track and field team traveled to Birmingham, Alabama, over the weekend to compete in the Crimson Tide Invite. Competition began on Friday and ran through Saturday night, with several Vols surpassing school records and totaling event wins.
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Following a successful home meet, the Tennessee track and field team continued to roll at the War Eagle Invitational this past Friday and Saturday. The Tennessee Power T filled up the leaderboard as the coaches sent a combined 43 athletes for competition in Auburn, Alabama.
The University of Tennessee hosted the Tennessee Relays last week, starting Thursday and ending Saturday. Unexpected weather conditions made life difficult for the event staff and athletes and still, many Vols finished atop or improved off previous marks.
The University of Tennessee will be hosting the Tennessee Relays for track and field this week, starting April 7-9.
Two weeks after finishing third in the NCAA Indoor Championships, the Tennessee track and field team began its transition to the outdoor environment. The team traveled to NC State this past weekend to compete in the Raleigh Relays where they set 10 personal bests over the three days.
The United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) has awarded Tennessee’s director of track and field/cross country Beth Alford-Sullivan the South Region Men’s Coach of the Year. This award comes after the Vols finished in third place at NCAA Indoor Champio…
The 2022 Track and Field indoor season came to a close this weekend with the NCAA Indoor Championships in Birmingham, Alabama. The Tennessee track and field team came away with a third-place finish on the men's side as the top-16 competitors in each event squared off.
The NCAA Track and Field Indoor Championships is set to take place on March 11-12 in Birmingham, Alabama, and 15 athletes from Tennessee have qualified to compete by ranking inside the top-16 for their event.
Eight Tennessee Vols were honored on the track and field All-SEC teams announced Monday. Carey Mcleod leads the list with first team honors, while Charisma Taylor and Georgios Korakidis headline the second team for the Vols.
The Tennessee track and field team combined for eight medals at Bryan-College Station this weekend at the SEC Championships. Tennessee started th weekend with three medals on Friday and followed with five on Saturday to close the event.
The Tennessee track and field team competed in the Virginia Tech Challenge over the weekend in a final outing before the SEC Indoor Championships Feb. 25-26. The Vols sent only 20 athletes but managed to grab three event wins and set nine personal bests.
After a weekend at the Arkansas Tyson Invitational, Favour Ashe has been named the SEC Freshman of the Week for the second time this season.
Tennessee’s track and field team split up over the weekend to compete in the Arkansas Tyson Invite and Vanderbilt’s Music City Challenge. Sprinters, jumpers and middle-distance athletes traveled to Arkansas, while the throwers and distance runners stayed instate at Vanderbilt.
The Tennessee track and field team turned in another successful weekend following a dominant outing last week at the Bob Pollock Meet.
Tennessee sprinter Favour Ashe has been named SEC Male Freshman of the Week after a standout performance this past weekend at Clemson's Bob Pollock Meet.
Tennessee’s track and field team traveled to Clemson, South Carolina, to participate in the Bob Pollock Meet over the weekend. Following an impressive outing at the Hokie Invitational last weekend, the Vols grabbed a number of top finishes and three event titles in the throwing department.
The Tennessee cross country team finished its regular season with strong team performance at the NCAA South Regional Championships on Friday morning. This was the first time the championships had happened since 2019, after being cancelled last year due to the pandemic.
The NCAA Division I council voted Wednesday to allow partial scholarship sports, like baseball, volleyball and tennis, to provide need-based and merit-based awards and scholarships for student athletes.
The Southeastern Conference's two and a half month sports hiatus due to COVID-19 is set to end soon with universities being allowed to bring student athletes back on campus Jun. 8.
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This Tuesday, Tennessee’s men’s track and field program had two players win awards at the Southeastern Conference.
The Tennessee men’s and women’s cross country team hosted their first meet of the season at the Tennessee Tri-Star Cross Country Challenge on Friday.
On Friday, the University of Tennessee track and field team finished with 15 top-5 finishes at the 52nd Tennessee Relays. Lenysse Dyer (women’s 400m), Alonie Sutton (women’s long jump) and Zach Long (men’s 1500m) won event titles for the Vols at Tom Black Track.
This weekend at the 2019 NCAA Indoor National Championships, eight Tennessee track and field standouts competed in nine events. Tennessee's eight participants were its most since sending nine individuals and two relays squads in 2016.
The Tennessee track team picked up five medals last week while competing at the SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships. Eight Tennessee athletes performed well enough to qualify for the NCAA Championships.
After coming off a successful meet at the Hokie Invitational last week, the Tennessee track and field teams are heading to Columbia, South Carolina, for the Carolina Challenge, kicking off on Thursday morning with a women’s pentathlon at 10 a.m.
As Saturday drew to a close, the Tennessee track team headed home from Virginia where they competed in the Hokie Invitational at Virginia Tech. Day one of the invitational consisted of 17 NCAA Indoor personal records for the Tennessee runners. The Vols were also able to obtain 12 new persona…
It was a tough race for the Vols in Tallahassee, Florida today as the men finished third in team standings, while the women finished seventh. For the women, they moved up in standings from last year and junior Megan Murray was able to finish in the top-ten for the 6K. On the men’s side, the …
This Friday the Vols took to Madison, Wisconsin where they faced off against some of the best cross-country runners throughout the nation. They raced at The Thomas Zimmer Cross Country Course, which host the 2018 NCAA championships that will take place on November 17.
Tennessee men’s and women’s cross-country teams are coming home to Knoxville with some victories under their belts after today’s pre-season meet at Auburn. With both team and individual titles earned, the Vols are looking more and more prepared for their upcoming races.
On a beautiful Mother’s Day, the Tennessee track and field squads took to Tom Black Track in Laporte Stadium for Sunday’s third and final day of events of the 2018 SEC Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
The Tennessee track and field athletes, following a successful performance in the Tennessee Relays, which featured wins in five events for Tennessee, parted ways to participate in their own respective events over the weekend.
The Tennessee track and field team is coming off of another successful weekend after hosting the annual Tennessee Relays at the Tom Black Track in Knoxville.
On Saturday, the final stretch of the three-day Tennessee Relays came to a conclusion, featuring arguably the largest single competition of the entire event.
On a windy Thursday afternoon, the Tennessee track and field team hosted the 51st Annual Tennessee Relays at the newly renovated Tom Black Track at LaPorte Stadium. The Volunteers competed with athletes from 14 other schools for superiority in the meet.
Tennessee director of track and field and cross country Beth Alford-Sullivan and her team will play host this weekend to the Tennessee Relays at Tom Black Track in LaPorte Stadium from Thursday through Saturday.
This weekend the Tennessee track and field team will head to the University of Florida’s campus and compete at the Percy Beard Track in James G. Pressly Stadium for the Pepsi Florida Relays.