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UT-Kentucky EXB (3/29) Changed To 6 p.m. Start

March 26, 2014


KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee soccer team's spring exhibition match against Kentucky this Saturday has been moved from noon to a 6 p.m. ET start.

Inclement weather expected in the Knoxville area earlier in the day pushed the start of Saturday's game back to 6 p.m. ET. Admission for all spring matches at Regal Stadium is open to the public and free.

Saturday's game will feature a free live video broadcast on UTSports.com. Fans can tune in and follow the action HERE.

Tennessee's exhibition game against Virginia Tech on April 12 at noon will also feature a free live video broadcast. The link for that game is HERE.

The spring exhibition matches give fans a look at how the 2014 team is shaping up. UT returns several of its biggest stars in rising senior center back Allie Sirna (Second Team All-SEC), rising senior forward Hannah Wilkinson and rising senior goalkeeper Julie Eckel. UT's back line has been one of its biggest strengths the last few years and this spring fans can get a preview of a talented and experienced defense, led by Sirna, Eckel, Brittney Wade, Gabby Santorio and Megan Erskine, that looks to continue to dominate in 2014. New Zealand National Team star Wilkinson (five goals, five assists) is UT's top returning scorer. Additionally, Tennessee has added four talented spring enrollees to its roster in sophomore transfers Ariel Kupritz and Anna McClung and freshmen Ashley Jolly and Amanda McClanahan.

 

 

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