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Feb. 27, 2012

An emotional Lady Vols Senior Day at Thompson-Boling Arena and another Vols win at Lindsey Nelson Stadium topped a busy Tennessee athletics weekend in Big Orange Country.

UT defeated Florida 75-59 to close out the home careers for five Lady Vols in front of 18,563 in attendance. Tennessee now begins preparations for this week's SEC Tournament in Nashville, where the Lady Vols play Friday afternoon (Fox Sports Net, 3:30 p.m. Eastern) at Bridgestone Arena against the winner of Thursday's game between Vanderbilt and Mississippi State. Tennessee finished the regular season 21-8 overall and 12-4 in conference action.

Vols baseball completed a weekend sweep of visiting Seton Hall with a 10-2 win Sunday. One more victory and Tennessee ties its best start to a season at 8-0, accomplished by the 2003 team.

UT men's basketball remained in a fourth-place tie Saturday by winning at South Carolina, 73-64. The Vols never trailed in the game and improved to 16-13 overall, 8-6 in the SEC with two games remaining.

Softball dropped its opener Friday at the NFCA Leadoff Classic but then won four straight to improve to 10-3 for the young season. The Lady Vols wound up batting .338 as a team and outscoring their five opponents 24-4.

Women's indoor track and field finished fourth and the men were seventh at this weekend's SEC Indoor Championships in Lexington, Ky. The women's distance medley relay team continued what has become a conference tradition by winning its sixth straight title and eighth in the past nine seasons to highlight Sunday's results.

Men's tennis won all three team matches at the Blue Gray National Tennis Classic in Montgomery, Ala., but tied Mississippi State for fewest individual match losses in round-robin play. To break the tie, tournament officials decided to let the March 11 regular season matchup in Knoxville between the two teams decide the Blue Gray title.

Men's golf is tied for second with two rounds remaining at the John Hayt Collegiate Invitational in Florida, and the women's team begins play this weekend at the Darius Rucker Invitational in South Carolina.

And the swimming and diving programs took advantage over the weekend of the Bulldog Invitational Last Chance Meet in Athens, Ga., to improve their times for the upcoming NCAA finals. Next up, though, is NCAA Zone B Diving in Auburn, Ala.

Women's Basketball (1-0 for the weekend)
Lady Vols 75, Florida 59
With all five seniors in the starting line-up on Senior Day, the No. 10/9 Lady Vols rolled past Florida, 75-59, on Saturday afternoon before 18,563 at Thompson-Boling Arena.

The Lady Vols (21-8, 12-4 SEC) enter the SEC Tournament as the No. 2 seed and will face the winner of the No. 7-No. 10 seed game in the second game of the second round Friday at 2:30 p.m. That game will be televised on Fox Sports Net and can be heard on the Lady Vol Network.

In her final regular-season home game, Glory Johnson led the Lady Vols with 21 points and 10 rebounds. It was her 10th double-double of the year. Senior Shekinna Stricklen added 15 points and Meighan Simmons tallied 12.

Alicia Manning made the most of her Senior Day as she scored 11 points, grabbed eight rebounds and had five assists.

Next: Friday-Sunday at SEC Tournament, Nashville // FULL SCHEDULE

Men's Basketball (1-0 for the weekend)
Vols 73, South Carolina 64
Tennessee remained in a tie for fourth place in the SEC with a wire-to-wire win at South Carolina, 73-64 on Saturday night.

The Vols never trailed in the game after opening the contest on a 3-pointer by Trae Golden 45 seconds into the contest. Golden led all scorers with 21 points as he hit double-figures for the seventh game in a row.

The Vols (16-13, 8-6 SEC) defeated South Carolina for the 11th straight time and swept the season series for the ninth time in history since USC joined the league in 1991-92. South Carolina fell to 10-18 overall and 2-12 in the SEC.

Tennessee has won six of seven games overall with two regular-season game remaining.

Next: Wednesday at LSU, 8 p.m. Central (9 p.m. Eastern); Saturday vs. Vanderbilt, 4 p.m. // FULL SCHEDULE

Baseball (3-0 for the weekend)
Vols 9, Seton Hall 2
Tennessee head coach Dave Serrano became the first coach in the 103-year history of the UT program to start his Volunteer managerial career with five straight wins as the Big Orange remained perfect on the season with a series-opening, 9-2 victory over Seton Hall at Lindsey Nelson Stadium on Friday night.

The 5-0 start is Tennessee's first since it opened the 2003 campaign with eight straight victories and marks just the sixth time in program history that it has won five straight to open a season (1978, 1987, 1992, 2001, 2003).

"I told the team I want them to feel proud of what we have accomplished so far, but don't be satisfied," Serrano said. "We still have things to work on. We are overcoming ourselves and showing some toughness as a team. The only thing that will disappoint me as a coach is if we get bored with success. We can't have enough success. We realize we have to get better every day, I don't care what the scoreboard says or what our record is. It doesn't matter. This coaching staff will never let our team get satisfied with where we are at."

Vols 3, Seton Hall 2 (11 inn.)
After drawing a one-out walk in the bottom of the 11th inning, senior Chris Pierce took advantage of three consecutive wild pitches to score the game-winning run as Tennessee defeated Seton Hall 3-2 to claim its sixth straight victory to open the 2012 season on Saturday afternoon at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.

The 6-0 start is the second-best in school history behind only the 2003 season when the Vols opened with eight consecutive victories. Saturday's win also clinches a series victory over the Pirates, who fall to 2-4 on the year.

Saturday's victory also marked the second in extra innings for the Vols in the last five days as they squeaked out a 13-inning triumph over Western Kentucky, 8-7 on Tuesday.

Vols 10, Seton Hall 2
Tennessee raced out to a four-run lead in the first inning and kept the pressure on offensively all game while four Volunteer pitchers combined on a two-hitter to clinch the series sweep over Seton Hall with a 10-2 victory on a beautiful Sunday afternoon at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.

"I think this was our best game of the year and I'm very proud of them for that," Tennessee head coach Dave Serrano said. "In my mind, I keep trying to prepare them to not get complacent and I thought we got a little complacent in Saturday's game, especially early on. I thought from the first pitch today we were prepared and ready to play."

Tennessee improves to 7-0 on the season, while the Pirates fall to 2-6. The seven straight wins mark the second-best start to a season in school history behind only an 8-0 start to the 2003 campaign.

Next: Tuesday vs. Middle Tennessee, 4 p.m.; Friday-Sunday at Houston College Classic // FULL SCHEDULE

Softball (4-1 at NFCA Leadoff Classic)
Winthrop 2, Lady Vols 1
CLEARWATER, Fla. - On a bright and sunny Friday afternoon at the NFCA Leadoff Classic, the No. 9 Tennessee Lady Vols softball team managed to out-hit Winthrop by a 10-4 count, but watched as the Eagles rallied for a pair of runs during the seventh inning on the way to a 2-1 upset victory.

Sophomore shortstop Madison Shipman (1-for-3) granted the Big Orange a quick 1-0 advantage in the bottom of the first on an RBI single. Junior third baseman Raven Chavanne was 2-for-4 in her initial action of the 2012 campaign, while senior center fielder Ashley Andrews (2-for-4, run) and junior designated player Kat Dotson (2-for-4) each registered two of UT's 10 total hits.

Junior pitcher Ivy Renfroe (1-3) suffered the difficult loss in the circle, working 6.1 frames while allowing just one earned run on four hits with two walks and two strikeouts. In a relief appearance sophomore Ellen Renfroe struck out two over one inning of work, but uncorked two costly wild pitches that allowed the Eagles to plate both tallies.

"You absolutely can't walk the lead-off batter in the seventh inning, have two balls get past the catcher or leave 10 base runners stranded and expect to win a game," Lady Vols Co-Head Coach Ralph Weekly said.

Lady Vols 9, Georgia Tech 0
CLEARWATER, Fla. - Behind a season-high 15-hit offensive assault on Friday night at the NFCA Leadoff Classic, the No. 9 Tennessee Lady Vols softball team rebounded from a tough defeat to crush the No. 17 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, 9-0.

In the circle sophomore starter Ellen Renfroe improved to a perfect 6-0 on the season by striking out eight and allowing just four hits over a complete-game shutout.

Junior third baseman Raven Chavanne was 3-for-4 with an RBI, sophomore center fielder Tory Lewis was a perfect 3-for-3 with a triple, two runs scored and an RBI, junior second baseman Lauren Gibson was 2-for-3 with her fifth HR of 2012 and a pair of RBIs, sophomore shortstop Madison Shipman was 2-for-4 with two RBIs and junior pinch hitter Morgan Fowler delivered a two-RBI double in her lone at-bat to improve to a perfect 2-for-2 in such opportunities this year. Freshman pinch hitter Hannah Trainer added her first collegiate base knock at Rocky Top late in the victory, senior first baseman Cat Hosfield went 1-for-4 with an RBI and senior catcher Ashley Andrews delivered two more hits, improving her season average to .438 overall.

Lady Vols 6, Illinois State 0
CLEARWATER, Fla. - On Saturday morning at the NFCA Leadoff Classic, a three-run homer off the bat of sophomore shortstop Madison Shipman provided the necessary pop to back a two-hit, 10-strikeout, complete-game shutout from sophomore pitcher Ellen Renfroe as the No. 9 Tennessee Lady Vols softball team powered past Illinois State, 6-0.

Shipman's blast marked her third HR of the season and came as part of a 1-for-3 effort with three RBIs, giving her a team-leading 14 RBIs on the year. Junior third baseman Raven Chavanne was 3-for-4 at the dish with an RBI, improving her weekend average to a sterling .667 (8-for-12), while junior second baseman Lauren Gibson was 1-for-4 with a run scored and her 13th RBI of 2012. Sophomore center fielder Tory Lewis doubled as part of a 1-for-3 performance, junior designated player Kat Dotson was 1-for-3 with a run scored and sophomore left fielder Melissa Davin (0-for-1) was credited with an RBI via a second-inning, bases-loaded walk.

Ellen Renfroe improved to 7-0 overall, reaching the 10-strikeout mark for the fourth time in 2012 while allowing just two hits and a single walk during a complete-game shutout.

Lady Vols 3, Hofstra 2
CLEARWATER, Fla. - Chalk up a Saturday sweep for the No. 9 Tennessee Lady Vols softball squad at the NFCA Leadoff Classic, as the Big Orange got RBI's from junior second baseman Lauren Gibson (0-for-2) and junior designated player Kat Dotson (1-for-4) in helping register a 3-2 victory over Hofstra.

Junior third baseman Raven Chavanne (2-for-4), sophomore left fielder Tory Lewis (2-for-3, run) and senior outfielder Holly Baker (2-for-2) each posted a pair of UT's 10 total hits in the match-up. Chavanne currently boasts a .625 batting average (10-for-16) over four games during her initial weekend on the field in 2012.

In the circle junior pitcher Ivy Renfroe got the win, improving to 2-3 on the season while allowing three hits, walking one and striking out four over 4.0 innings of effort. Sophomore reliever Ellen Renfroe earned her second save of the campaign after permitting a pair of runs on three hits in 3.0 frames.

Lady Vols 5, Massachusetts 0
CLEARWATER, Fla. - On Sunday afternoon at the NFCA Leadoff Classic, the No. 9 Tennessee Lady Vols softball team (10-3) got another complete-game shutout effort from sophomore pitcher Ellen Renfroe and a three-run home run by junior second baseman Lauren Gibson in recording a 5-0 victory over Massachusetts.

During the NFCA Leadoff Classic, Tennessee hit .338 as a team while posting a 4-1 record and out-scoring its five opponents by a total of 24-4.

Renfroe improved to a perfect 8-0 for the year by scattering five hits and striking out four over seven innings of work. The Jackson, Tenn., native completed the event with a 3-0 record, a 0.56 ERA and 25 K's in 25 total frames.

Next: Friday-Sunday at NFCA Leadoff Classic, Clearwater, Fla. // FULL SCHEDULE

Women's Indoor Track and Field (4th at SEC Championships)
SEC Championships (Day 1)
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Ellen Wortham's first day at the SEC Indoor Track & Field Championships didn't go as planned. After getting off to a great start in the first event of the women's pentathlon, a slip-up in the high jump foiled the Lady Vol senior's bid for a league title Friday at Nutter Field House.

After continuing on with event three of five and placing 11th in the shot put, the Maryville product agreed with her coaches that it was time to call it a day. Wortham missed a chance to improve upon pentathlon finishes of fifth as a freshman, fourth as a sophomore and third as a junior at the SEC meet.

Wortham began the five-event battle with a purpose, bolting to a personal-record time of 8.35 seconds to card first place and 1,050 points in the 60-meter hurdles. That mark bettered her 13-day-old PR of 8.43, set at the Akron Invitational, and tied her with Pavi'Elle "Tiki" James as the fourth-fastest indoor hurdler in school history.

Misfortune struck in event number two, though, as Wortham was unable to clear the high jump bar at 5-2¼ and left a competition with no mark for the first time in her collegiate career. That meant zero points in the high jump and a fall to 13th place in the standings out of 14 competitors at that point.

SEC Championships (Day 2)
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Led by Annie Alexander's victory in the women's shot put, the Tennessee men's and women's teams generated points in three events apiece Saturday on day two of the 2012 SEC Indoor Track & Field Championships.

Entering the meet as the favorite in the women's shot put, Alexander captured Tennessee's first SEC championship of the weekend. The senior from Port-of-Spain, Trinidad & Tobago, who won the 2008 SEC Indoor shot title, completed a career bookend with her victory at Nutter Field House. Her mark of 55 feet, 11¾ inches gave her conference shot crown number four and overall SEC victory number five of her career. She did so with her first attempt of the competition and prevailed over Florida's Keely Medeiros (55-8½). Sophomore teammate Aslynn Halvorson produced a career-best toss of 49-7¼ to chip in a bonus, sixth-place outcome for UT.

Senior Ellen Wortham bounced back in strong fashion from a disappointing evening in the pentathlon on Friday, coming within a quarter of an inch of winning the women's long jump. Beginning the meet with only a season best of 18-8½ registered at the Kentucky Invitational in the first meet of the season, Wortham soared to 20-5 on her final try to snare runner-up honors after entering attempt number six in fifth place. Her mark moved her to No. 5 on UT's all-time performers list and to No. 15 in the NCAA this season.

Senior Brittany Sheffey closed out the evening and Saturday's Lady Vol scoring with a fourth-place effort in the 3000 meters. After placing third last season and second in 2010, Sheffey overcame being boxed in and some serious jostling to finish in a flurry with a season-best clocking of 9:31.86. It marked the 12th time she had scored in SEC competition.

SEC Championships (Day 3)
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- The Vols and Lady Vols each snared three top-three final-day finishes, including yet another victory in the women's distance medley relay Sunday, to close out their stay at the SEC Indoor Track & Field Championships at the University of Kentucky's Nutter Field House.

The eighth-ranked Lady Vols accumulated 68 points for the three-day competition to net a fourth-place finish in the women's team race. Florida claimed the women's title with 132 points, followed by LSU in second with 109 and Arkansas in third with 99.

The Lady Vols distance medley relay team continued what has become an SEC tradition by winning its sixth-straight championship and eighth in the past nine seasons. The combination of senior Chanelle Price, freshman Julia Petree, junior Nijgia Snapp and senior Brittany Sheffey held off Arkansas by nearly a second and a half in a time of 11 minutes,12.23 seconds, snapping the 2004 facility record of 11:16.61 set by the UT tandem that started this spree of success.

Price also led a two-three-six run in the women's 800 meters that added up to 17 points for the Big Orange. Despite a valiant effort to overtake LSU's Charlene Lipsey, Price was unable to successfully defend her 2011 indoor crown. She did, however, generate eight points with a 2:06.45 runner-up effort. Snapp grabbed third in 2:07.18, while sophomore Kianna Ruff was sixth at 2:08.35 after they had placed fifth and sixth, respectively in 2011.

Next: March 9-10 at NCAA Indoor Championships, Nampa, Idaho // FULL SCHEDULE

Men's Indoor Track and Field (7th at SEC Championships)
SEC Championships (Day 2)
LEXINGTON, Ky. - With the Vols getting in on the action, the Tennessee men's and women's teams generated points in three events apiece Saturday on Day 2 of the 2012 SEC Indoor Track & Field Championships.

Junior Drew Thomas got the Vols on the scoreboard for the first time on day two, taking sixth in the weight throw. He scored three points for Team Orange with a career-best toss of 59-4¼, marking the first SEC scoring for the Greeneville, Tenn., native.

Desmond Brown contributed two more to the ledger, leaping to seventh in the men's long jump at 24-3. It marked the third time he had scored in league action, grabbing seventh indoors in 2010 and fifth outdoors that same season.

Junior Chris Bodary joined Thomas in breaking through as a conference point-producer. His season-best performance of 8:20.77 earned him a point for eighth place in the 3000 meters.

SEC Championships (Day 3)
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- The Vols and Lady Vols each snared three top-three final-day finishes, including yet another victory in the women's distance medley relay Sunday, to close out their stay at the SEC Indoor Track & Field Championships at the University of Kentucky's Nutter Field House.

In the men's race, the Vols tallied 40.50 points to wind up seventh. Arkansas won the title, scoring 151 points to hold off the 137 produced by runner-up Florida.

The Vols generated 10½ points in the men's pole vault in their first event of the day to set a positive tone. Sophomore Chase Brannon cleared the bar at 17 feet, 3¾ inches to snare third-place honors, and senior Robert Rasnick sailed over 17-0 to forge a tie for fourth place. A year ago, Brannon tied for eighth and Rasnick was seventh.

Redshirt freshman Matthew Hoty followed suit with a third-place performance, doing so by bettering his previous UT rookie record of 60-0¼ on his first three attempts. After opening with a blast of 61-4, he added a toss of 61-7 and then his latest record-breaker, a 62-3¼ measurement. That effort moved him to No. 6 on UT's all-time indoor list and into 14th place on the NCAA list.

Next: March 9-10 at NCAA Indoor Championships, Nampa, Idaho // FULL SCHEDULE

Men's Tennis (Tie-1st at Blue Gray National Tennis Classic)
Blue Gray National Tennis Classic (Day 1)
MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- The Tennessee Volunteers collected two wins Saturday to stay in the title hunt at the annual Blue Gray National Tennis Classic.

After a tight 4-3 victory over Clemson that came down to the doubles point, the Vols rolled to their first shutout of the season in the evening, beating No. 23 Texas Tech 4-0 at the O'Connor Tennis Center.

Freshman Mikelis Libietis was first off the courts with his best career ranked win, beating No. 33 Gonzalo Escobar 6-4, 6-1 at the top of the lineup. Sophomore Jarryd Chaplin followed a few minutes later by beating Raphael Pfister 6-3, 6-2 on court 4. Next to him, junior Edward Jones got his second win of the day with a 6-4, 6-2 victory over Gabriel Wanderly.

Blue Gray National Tennis Classic (Day 2)
MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- The Tennessee Volunteers accomplished their goal of three team wins at the BlueGray National Tennis Classic.

The Vols gained momentum through singles to beat Boise State 4-1 on Sunday and finish the weekend undefeated, but as for the tournament title, it will not be decided for another two weeks.

After the evening matches, officials announced Tennessee and Mississippi State will play for the Blue Gray trophy when the two teams face in Knoxville for their previously scheduled Southeastern Conference match on March 11. The two teams finished with the fewest individual match losses in round robin play.

The 21st-ranked Vols (7-6), with three freshmen atop the lineup, defeated 66th-ranked Clemson 4-3 and 23rd-ranked Texas Tech 4-0 on Saturday before the win Sunday against Boise State.

Next: Friday at Florida, 5 p.m.; Sunday at South Carolina, 1 p.m. // FULL SCHEDULE

Women's Tennis (1-0 for the weekend)
Lady Vols 7, Central Florida 0
Disney World was nearby, but the 10th-ranked Tennessee Lady Vols tennis team didn't need any of Mickey's magic to record its fourth shutout of 2012, defeating UCF 7-0 Saturday in Orlando in UT's first outdoor match of the season.

"Under the circumstances, they played pretty well," co-head coach Sonia Hahn-Patrick said. "It was really windy here. Central Florida is a team that has been playing outside the whole time and this was our first match outside. Considering that, it was good."

For the fourth consecutive time and ninth in their last 10 outings, the Lady Vols walked away winners, improving their overall record to 9-3, while UCF fell to 3-7.

Next: Friday vs. Florida, 5 p.m.; Sunday vs. South Carolina, 1 p.m. // FULL SCHEDULE

Men's Golf (2nd at John Hayt Collegiate Invitational)
John Hayt Collegiate Invitational (Day 1)
Tennessee sits alone in second place after Sunday's opening round of the John Hayt Collegiate Invitational. And it could have been even better.

The Vols recovered from a slow start to climb all the way into first place, only to have anchor Garrick Porteous falter over his final three holes at Sawgrass Country Club in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

Nonetheless, Tennessee finished at 7-over 295 to trail first-round leader Central Florida (294) by a single stroke. Coastal Carolina is third at 296, with LSU and North Texas rounding out the top five at 298. SEC foes Arkansas (299) and Mississippi (300) are close behind.

Next: Monday-Tuesday at John Hayt Collegiate Invitational, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. // FULL SCHEDULE

Women's Swimming and Diving (Last Chance Meet)
Last Chance Meet (Day 1)
Senior Samara Gelb and juniors Brooke Watson and Marina Ribihighlighted a number of swims for Tennessee Saturday, as all three registered season-best times in their respective events on the first day of the Bulldog Last Chance Meet held at Gabrielsen Natatorium in Athens, Ga.

Competing in the 100y fly, Watson touched in at 54.58 seconds in the prelims to improve her season-best readout by .32 seconds. She becomes the fourth Lady Vol to hold a B-cut mark in the event, as her previous season-best time of 54.90 seconds came at the Southeastern Conference Championships a week ago.

Gelb swam in the 200y breast time trials and touched in at 2:12.07. Though already achieving a `B' cut in the 200y breast at the league meet (2:12.51), Gelb improved by almost half of a second in the event Saturday.

Ribi had the biggest improvement of any Big Orange swimmer on the day after registering a mark of 4:16.31 in the 400y IM finals. The clocking was nearly two seconds faster than her season-best time of 4:18.27 and she now ranks third on the Lady Vol performers list.

Last Chance Meet (Day 2)
Just like the first day of the competition, three University of Tennessee Lady Vol swimmers notched season-best times to rise up the national lists at the Bulldog Last Chance Meet held at Gabrielsen Natatorium in Athens, Ga.

The senior duo of Kirstyn Colonias and Samara Gelb were superb in the 200y breast, each swimming times that rank among the top 10 fastest in Lady Vol history.

Colonias only competed in the event prelims, touching in with a career-best readout at 2:10.68, which is good for third on the UT performance list. Prior to Sunday, her season-best time was 2:12.04, with her career-best readout of 2:11.27 coming in the prelims of last season's Last Chance Meet.

Next: March 8-10 at Zone B Diving Championships, Auburn, Ala. // FULL SCHEDULE

Men's Swimming and Diving (Last Chance Meet)
Last Chance Meet (Day 1)
Tennessee senior Ricky Henahan recorded his best backstroke time of the year while helping a relay team to its fastest performance Saturday at the Bulldog Invitational Last Chance Meet in Athens, Ga..

Henahan swam the 100-yard backstroke in under 47 seconds for the first time this season, touching the wall in 46.99 to win the final heat.

The Vols' 200 medley relay team of Henahan, Renato Prono, Oystein Hetland and Ed Walsh just missed the NCAA A-Cut time by half a second. The team finished in 1:25.97, a B-But time, and the fastest by any school Saturday.

Last Chance Meet (Day 2)
Eight Tennessee Volunteers swam Sunday to wrap up competition at the Bulldog Invitational Last Chance Meet in Athens, Ga.

Two Vols clocked NCAA B-Cut times and a relay team did the same, but none of those times were season bests.

Senior Carl Jones swam the 1650-yard freestyle in 15 minutes, 17.48 seconds, which was an NCAA B-Cut time but five seconds slower than he swam at the SEC Championships. Freshman Tristan Slater swam the 400 IM in 3:49.47, a second slower than he raced at the conference meet as well.

Next: March 5-7 at NCAA Zone B Diving Championships, Auburn, Ala. // FULL SCHEDULE

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