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2011 Season
SEC Finish: 5th
Postseason: 12th NCAA South Regional
Coach: J.J. Clark (1st Season)

Despite a young lineup, the Vols matched the SEC preseason pollís fifth-place prediction for them on their own course at the league meet, and they carded a 12th-place result at the NCAA South Regional.

Senior Chris Bodary led Tennessee in all six races and earned All-South Region accolades for the second-straight season. Rookie Austin Whitelaw made the SEC All-Freshman Team for his performance.

Chris Bodary
2010 Season
SEC Finish: 4th
Postseason: 4th NCAA South Regional
Coach: George Watts (26th Season)

The Vols carded finishes of fourth at both the SEC Championships and the NCAA South Regional in George Watts' final season at the helm.

Michael Spooner made the All-SEC and All-South Region squads for the third time, while junior Chris Bodary made the All-South squad, and Jake Rainey and Daniel Tobin were on the SEC All-Freshman Team.

Michael Spooner
2009 Season
SEC Finish: 6th
Postseason: 6th NCAA South Regional
Coach: George Watts (25th Season)

The Tennessee men charted matching sixth-place finishes at the SEC Championships and the NCAA South Regional.

Michael Spooner paced the Big Orange at both the conference and regional meets, earning All-SEC and All-South Region kudos, and Leoule Degfae made the SEC All-Freshman squad.

Chris Rapp
2008 Season
SEC Finish: 5th
Postseason: 5th NCAA South Regional
Coach: George Watts (24th Season)

The Vols produced fifth-place performances at the SEC Championships and NCAA South Regional under George Watts.

Michael Spooner (13th) was Tennessee's lone All-SEC honoree and joined Andrew Press (19th) on the All-South Region Team by crossing the line 25th.

Steve Tobin
2007 Season
SEC Finish: 4th
Postseason: 8th NCAA South Regional
Coach: George Watts (23rd Season)

The Big Orange produced a fourth-place result at the conference meet and endured an eighth-place outcome at the NCAA South Regional.

Andrew Press (13th) and Steve Tobin (14th) earned All-SEC recognition, and Press added All-South distinction with his 24th-place effort at the regional meet.

Andrew Press
2006 Season
SEC Finish: 4th
Postseason: 4th NCAA South Regional
Coach: George Watts (22nd Season)

For the second straight season, Tennessee posted matching fourth-place finishes at the SEC Championships and NCAA South Regional.

Tyler DeVault's 12th-place showing at the SEC meet was UT's lone all-league effort, while DeVault was one of four Vols on the All-South Region squad.

Jeff Day
2005 Season
SEC Finish: 4th
Postseason: 4th NCAA South Regional, 28th NCAA Championships
Coach: George Watts (21st Season)

The Vols made their 31st appearance at the NCAA Championship meet, placing 28th, and checked in with fourth-place team results at the SEC and NCAA South Regional races.

Zach Sabatino became UT's 17th all-time men's cross country All-American with a 23rd-place NCAA finish and led the Vols by taking third at regionals and sixth at SECs.

Zach Sabatino
2004 Season
SEC Finish: 5th
Postseason: 6th NCAA South Regional
Coach: George Watts (20th Season)

UT improved one spot from 2003 to fifth at the SEC meet but fell two spots to sixth at the NCAA South Regional in George Watts' 10th season at the helm.

Zach Sabatino paced the club from Rocky Top at the NCAA South Regional (10th) and SEC Championships (11th) with all-star efforts. Andy Baksa (21st) also added All-South kudos.

Matthew Lapp
2003 Season
SEC Finish: 6th
Postseason: 4th NCAA South Regional
Coach: George Watts (19th Season)

Tennessee fashioned a sixth-place showing at the SEC meet and knocked out a fourth-place finish at the NCAA South Regional. Tim Kelly (191st) also represented UT at the NCAA meet.

Kelly led a trio on the All-South Region squad with his seventh-place output. Joining him were Matthew Lapp (19th) and Dusty Miller (22nd).

Nate Jansen
2002 Season
SEC Finish: 4th
Postseason: 1st NCAA South Regional, 38th NCAA Championships
Coach: George Watts (18th Season)

The Vols captured their first region or district crown since 1995, carded a fourth-place SEC showing and came in 31st at the NCAA Championship meet.

Scott DeFilippis (8th) and Patrick Gildea (12th) made the All-SEC squad and were among six Vols on the All-South Region team. Gildea, checking in 100th, was UT's top NCAA finisher.

Patrick Gildea
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