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ETSU topples Tennessee 9-7 in front of record setting crowd Video included

With a record-setting crowd of 1,811 fans on hand, the ETSU baseball team completed the season sweep over Tennessee as the Bucs defeated the Vols, 9-7, on Tuesday night at Thomas Stadium. More>>

Malone walks off for Buffs in doubleheader split

About half an hour before Krista Lambdin provided the Milligan College softball team with a walk-off win in the AAC tournament up in Kingsport, Brandon Malone gave the Milligan baseball team a walk-off win here at Anglin Field.

Sullivan wins AAC Player of the Year, Lady Buffs 2nd in direct qualifier

Ann Sullivan concluded her outstanding freshman season by sealing the Appalachian Athletic Conference player of the year honor, but the Milligan College women’s golf team settled for second place at the NAIA AAC Direct Qualifier. More>>

Skeen, Lambdin heroic in Lady Buffs 4-1 win Video included

Krista Lambdin capped a four-hit day with a three-run, walk-off homer in extra innings, and the Milligan College softball team survived a late scare against Tennessee Wesleyan College, 4-1, in the opening round of the AAC tournament. More>>

ETSU men's golf finishes 3rd at A-Sun Championship Video included

The ETSU men’s golf team needed to make up 11 shots in the final round of the Atlantic Sun Championship, but despite posting the lowest score on Tuesday, the Bucs were unable to gain any ground on the leaders. More>>

Donnie Tyndall introduced as new UT head basketball coach Video included

The University of Tennessee announced Tuesday morning that Donnie Tyndall has been hired as the Volunteers' next head basketball coach. More>>

King's Rhodes named Conference Carolinas Player of the Week

Following a week where King University's Cory Rhodes earned a save and complete game on the same day, he was honored by Conference Carolinas.

Hokies' ACC basketball opponents named for 2014-15

The Atlantic Coast Conference announced the ACC opponents and game sites for the Virginia Tech men’s basketball team for the 2014-15 season on Tuesday morning.

Buffs land seven on all-AAC tennis team

Rachel Hodas, Kayla Kelly, Sarah Rainwater, Celeste Carpenter and Ahmee Kelly of the No. 15 Milligan College women’s tennis team and Fernando Gonzalez and Jackson Lenoir of the men’s team have been named to the AAC All-Conference team. More>>

ETSU women's golf excels with international flair Video included

Moving from high school to college sports is hard enough. Now imagine doing it on a team where no one's from the same country as you. The ETSU women's golf team is doing just that, and they're excelling. More>>

Four Lady Buffs garner AAC postseason awards

Milligan College softball’s Chancli Connatser, Jessica Wheelock and Taylor McGinnis have been named to the AAC All-Conference team, and Caroline Testerman has been named the Gold Glove Outfielder. More>>

Sullivan cards low round, Lady Buffs four shots back

Through the first 18 holes of the NAIA AAC Women’s Golf Direct Qualifier, Ann Sullivan is the individual leader and Milligan College is four strokes off the team lead.

ETSU men's golf tied for 3rd at A-Sun Championship Video included

Despite posting the second-lowest score of the day, the ETSU men’s golf team was still unable to gain any ground on the leaders following second round play at the Atlantic Sun Championship. More>>

Katz steps down as Emory & Henry women's basketball coach

Emory & Henry College Head Women's Basketball Coach Rose Katz has resigned to take the same position at Arcadia University.

Brandts named MEC Pitcher of the Week

For the second time this season, UVa-Wise freshman Taylor Brandts has been named Mountain East Conference Pitcher of the Week.

ETSU women's tennis takes A-Sun title

 Just a few hours after the ETSU men’s squad clinched an A-Sun tournament title, the ETSU women’s tennis team joined the celebration, beating Stetson, 4-0, Sunday afternoon to take home the program’s third Atlantic Sun Women’s Tennis Championship title in the last six years. More>>

Lady Bucs win too

ETSU men's tennis wins 8th straight A-Sun title Video included

 The ETSU men’s tennis team concluded its tenure in the Atlantic Sun Conference in familiar fashion: with a tournament title. More>>

No. 29 Vols rally for walk off win over No. 8 Alabama Video included

 A laced line drive down the right field line by Vincent Jackson gave Tennessee its fifth walk-off victory of the 2014 season, as the No. 29 Vols rallied from six down to defeat No. 8 Alabama 10-9 on Sunday afternoon. More>>

Bucs golf 4th after first round of A-Sun Tournament

 The ETSU men’s golf team carded an 11-over-par 299 and sit in fourth-place after the first round of the Atlantic Sun Championship, which began Sunday at The Legends Golf Club. More>>

Science Hill's Tarter commits to ETSU Video included

After considering a number of schools, Science Hill star Tianna Tarter said she's headed to ETSU. More>>

Williams already delivering top prospects to Hokies Video included

When Buzz Williams accepted the head basketball job at Virginia Tech, he promised to change the level of player the Hokies could draw. It looks like he's already delivering on that promise. More>>

Vols edged out by Crimson Tide rally, 7-6

 No. 29 Tennessee took a 6-1 lead into the sixth against No. 8 Alabama, but the Crimson Tide rallied for six runs over the final four frames to hand the Volunteers a heartbreaking 7-6 defeat on Saturday afternoon at Lindsey Nelson Stadium. More>>

ETSU men's tennis advances to A-Sun Championship

 The ETSU men's tennis team will have an opportunity to settle some unfinished business Sunday, April 19 when the top-seeded Bucs take on No. 2 seed North Florida in the Atlantic Sun Men's Tennis Championship Final. More>>

Dolphins scored 11 unanswered runs

ETSU drops opener at Jacksonville, 13-6

Coming off a perfect 4-0 homestand, the ETSU baseball team was looking to keep its momentum intact on the road. Unfortunately, the Bucs’ road woes continued as Jacksonville scored 10 runs during the fourth through sixth innings, and cruised past the Blue and Gold, 13-6, on a rainy Thursday night from John Sessions Stadium. Despite jumping out to an early 3-0 lead in the third inning, ETSU couldn’t sustain its offensive output and Jacksonville poured it on as the Dolphins scored 11 unanswer... More>>

Milligan men finish runner-up

Milligan women’s track & field wins AAC championship

Seven more Milligan College student-athletes, including athletes of the meet Lauren Grindstaff (Kingsport, Tenn.) and Christian Brewer (Knoxville, Tenn.), earned AAC titles on the final day of the Appalachian Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships at the Sidney Smallwood Track on Thursday. “Our athletes and our staff deserve a ton of credit,” Head Coach Chris Layne, who was named the women’s coach of the year, said. “From top to bottom, they've worked so hard, and I think the effort sho... More>>

Bradford was the Tennessee Class A Mr. Basketball winner

Bartow announces signing of Bradford to 2014-15 class Video included

ETSU men’s basketball head coach Murry Bartow announced Thursday that the Buccaneers have signed Humboldt High School guard Desonta Bradford (Humboldt, Tenn.) to a national letter of intent for the 2014-15 season. Bradford, a 6-foot-4, 185-pound combo guard, was named the Tennessee Class A Mr. Basketball winner and was a McDonald’s All-American nominee this past season. He averaged 21.7 points, 7.3 rebounds and 5.3 assists per game this past year, shooting 54 percent from the field and 41 p... More>>

Zaatini was named Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year

Biosca, Zaatini, Merino highlight A-Sun Tennis awards

The 2014 Atlantic Sun Co-Champion ETSU men's tennis team placed a league-best six players on the All-Atlantic Sun First and Second Teams Wednesday, with freshmenDavid Biosca (Sant Fruitos De Bage, Spain)andDiego Nunez (Monterrey, Mexico)earning spots on the All-Atlantic Sun First Team. ETSU head coachYaser Zaatiniwas named Atlantic Sun Coach of the Year for the fourth time in seven years. Biosca finished with an overall singles record of 21-8, including a 6-1 mark in A-Sun play at No. 1 sing... More>>

Baird is Lady Bucs' understated home run queen Video included

When you set school records for single season and career home runs, going out with a bang is somewhat of an understatement, but understated is a pretty apt description for Jackie Baird. More>>

Cuonzo Martin leaves UT for Cal

The search is on for a new Tennessee men's head basketball coach after Cuonzo Martin was hired by the University of California Tuesday afternoon. More>>

Conference Carolinas Player of the Year, Swallow, wins CC Championship

After being named Conference Carolinas Player of the Year last night, King University women's golfer Elizabeth Swallow capped the week by winning the Conference Carolinas Individual Championship by two strokes.

Conference Carolinas names King's Swallow Player of the Year

From the day Elizabeth Swallow stepped on the King University campus two years ago, the sophomore has been nothing short of spectacular. She was named first team all-conference as a freshman, and this year was named Conference Carolinas Player of the Year.

Milligan men's golf trails by five at AAC Championship

Through Monday’s first two rounds of the AAC Championship/NAIA Direct Qualifier, the Milligan College men’s golf team holds second place and is five strokes behind tournament leader Tennessee Wesleyan College. More>>

King's Swallow holds 36-hole lead at CC Championships

Through two rounds of the Conference Carolinas Championships,Elizabeth Swallow sits alone atop the individual leaderboard after her round of 74.

Chin leads ETSU women's golf in A-Sun opening round

ETSU sophomore Vivienne Chin carded a team-best score of 2-over-par 74 to finish tied for ninth on the individual leaderboard during Monday’s opening round of the 25th Atlantic Sun Conference Women’s Golf Championships. More>>

King softball records NCAA record four double plays in doubleheader sweep

The King University softball team wrapped up its regular season with a series sweep of Barton College on Sunday afternoon in league play, using a series of stellar defensive plays to tie an NCAA record with four double plays in the afternoon's second contest. More>>

One bad inning keeps Buffs baseball from sweep

Looking for the series sweep of first-place Tennessee Wesleyan College in Sunday’s finale at Anglin Field, the Milligan College baseball team fell short in a 6-5 decision.

Men's tennis wins ninth straight match, takes A-Sun regular season title Video included

Playing in his final match on the Buddy Hartsell Courts at the Dave Mullins Tennis Complex, senior Roger Ordeig went out in in the same fashion ETSU fans have come to expect from him: with a win.

King sweeps Limestone to earn postseason bid

King University baseball swept Limestone College and clinched a bid to the Conference Carolinas Tournament. More>>

Wilson deals, Milligan baseball sweeps first place Tennessee Wesleyan

Tyler Wilson threw a complete game three-hitter in game one, and the Milligan College baseball team scored 10 runs on as many hits in game two to take the first two games of the three-game series against Tennessee Wesleyan College. More>>

ETSU snapped a four-game conference losing skid

Cook’s walk-off single lifts ETSU past UNF Video included

Andrew Lasure (Stanford, Ky.) started it and Chris Cook (Kingsport, Tenn.) finished it. Despite having North Florida tie the game with a two-run home run in the eighth inning, the ETSU baseball team responded with a bang of its own. Lasure came through with a key pinch-hit double to lead off the bottom of the ninth and Cook sent the Buccaneer faithful home happy when his walk-off single hugged the left field line as the Blue and Gold took the series opener over the Ospreys, 6-5, Friday nigh... More>>

Stokes’ had 22 double-doubles this past season

Jarnell Stokes to Enter NBA Draft Video included

Tennessee basketball player Jarnell Stokes announced Friday that he will forego his senior season and enter the 2014 NBA Draft. The power forward from Memphis, Tenn., was a first-team All-SEC selection as a junior this year. He owns or shares 10 Tennessee statistical records. The NBA Draft takes places Thursday, June 26, and will be televised nationally on ESPN. Despite playing less than three full collegiate seasons – he graduated high school early, enrolled in January of 2011 and played... More>>

McGinnis crushed a three-run homer in game two

Milligan spilt with Point University in softball Video included

Taylor McGinnis (Knoxville, Tenn.) crushed a three-run, pinch-hit homer to left field in the fifth inning, and Jessica Goodson (Knoxville, Tenn.) fired a complete game, six-hit gem as the Milligan College softball team rallied to beat Point University 6-2 in game two and earn a doubleheader split Friday evening at Anglin Field. Point (14-24, 7-11 AAC) took the opener 15-4 in five innings. McGinnis hit her home run on a 2-0 pitch with runners on first and third and two away while thoughts... More>>

Promotional tour will make 10 stops

Bucs "Game Time Tour" makes stop in Chattanooga Video included

TheETSU "Game Time Tour" kicked off Thursday night in Chattanooga, the 10-stop promotional tour in April and May will visit cities throughout the region as well as Atlanta.Their first stop in the Mocs backyard gave head football coach Carl Torbush a chance to talk about this renewed rivalry in the Southern Conference.Also givingETSU supporters a chance to learn everything they would like to know aboutETSU athletics was basketball coaches Murry Bartow and Brittany Ezell. The next stop is Sevie... More>>

Tennessee football program is based on a competitive culture

#VolReport: What's at steak on Saturday

In addition to pride, finely prepared steaks will be on the line for the 'Winner Dinner' at Saturday's DISH OW Game. Butch Jones has set up the dinner where the winning team will have a top-notch supper served on fine china while the losing team will have franks and beans served on paper plates with sporks. "We are calling it 'Winner Dinner,' everything in our football program is based off of competition," said Jones. "In fitting fashion, the winning team in the Spring Game will have a nice... More>>

Simmons was 2014 AP SEC player of the yr.

UT's Simmons headed to WNBA draft

Tennessee senior Meighan Simmons, the school’s No. 5 all-time scorer in women’s basketball, is one of 12 prospects invited to attend Monday night’s 2014 WNBA Draft presented by State Farm, the league announced on Thursday. Simmons, a 5-foot-9 guard from Cibolo, Texas, will be on hand at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Conn., for the event, which begins at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN2 with the first round and continues with the second and third rounds on ESPNU, beginning at 9 p.m. ET. The 2014 Associated ... More>>

ETSU snapped its four-game skid

Bucs bounce Bulldogs in record fashion, 12-4 Video included

Coming off a bumpy road swing, the ETSU baseball team unleashed its frustration on The Citadel Wednesday night at Thomas Stadium. Despite allowing four first-inning runs, the Bucs settled down as the bullpen held the Bulldogs scoreless for the final eight innings and ETSU plated 12 unanswered runs en route to capturing a 12-4 win over The Citadel. As a team, the Blue and Gold belted out a season-high 17 hits, along with tying a school-record with four triples, while ETSU’s bullpen retired th... More>>

Final cut could come within a week

30 to 35 student athletes show up for ETSU football try-outs Video included

There's football on theETSU campus...Not the guys who recently signed national letters of intent, but instead it's the guys who are not ready to hangup the cleats.Tryoutswere underway this afternoon for E-T-S-U students who want to put on the pads and wear the blue and gold. 47 high school players committed to come play for coach Carl Torbush on National signing day, but try-outs were held for walk-ons who were hoping to make the cut.Players will know within a week if they will be asked back ... More>>

One of the longest-running voices in college sports

Tennessee Remembers Bobby Denton Video included

One of the longest-running voices in college sports was silenced on Wednesday morning. Bobby Denton, the voice of Neyland Stadium since 1967, passed away after a brief illness at the age of 73. A Knoxville native, Denton and his signature catchphrases and gentlemanly southern style provided the perfect backdrop to the gameday atmosphere at Tennessee. "Bobby Denton's voice echoing throughout our iconic stadium will be forever etched in our fans' minds," Tennessee Vice Chancellor and Director ... More>>

Lane has rushed for 1,192 yards

Vols' Lane shows growth by working through injury

The cast on Marlin Lane's left hand symbolizes how much the Tennessee running back has grown up over the last year. This time a year ago, Lane was missing the latter part of spring practice for disciplinary reasons. Now he's earning raves from the same coaching staff that had punished him a year earlier. Lane has won respect for continuing to practice despite injuring his hand last month. Tennessee coach Butch Jones says Lane "has been a warrior for us." Lane has rushed for 1,192 yards and... More>>

Va. Intermont baseball beats Emory & Henry, 8-1

The Virginia Intermont College Baseball Team picked up an 8-1 win over Emory & Henry College Tuesday afternoon at Porterfield/DeVault Field.

Milligan women's golf is AAC Runner-up

Despite leading the field through the first 54 holes of the Appalachian Athletic Conference regular season, the Milligan College women’s golf team settled for a runner-up finish, placing second at the AAC spring championship at the Elizabethton Golf Course on Tuesday.

Fox named head basketball coach at App State

Jim Fox has been named the 16th head coach in Appalachian State University men’s basketball history, Appalachian State director of athletics Charlie Cobb announced on Tuesday.

King's Light takes second straight CC Pitcher of the Week Award

For the second consecutive week, King University softball pitcher Hannah Lighthas been honored by Conference Carolinas.

Napier leads UConn past Kentucky in NCAA men's basketball title game


UConn led wire-to-wire and held off a late Kentucky run to win the NCAA men's basketball national championship.


Meronk leads ETSU to 6th place finish at Mason Rudolph Challenge

Sophomore Adrian Meronk fired a third-round 5-under-par 66 on Sunday to help propel the ETSU men’s golf team to a sixth-place overall finish at the Mason Rudolph Championship at the Vanderbilt Legends Club.

First Place ETSU tennis wins again, 6-1 over Upstate

The ETSU men's tennis team continues to position itself well for the upcoming Atlantic Sun Championships. Saturday, the first-place Bucs beat USC Upstate, 5-1, to extend their season-best win streak to seven matches and remain unbeaten in league play.

Diamond Buffs take series finale at Bryan, 2-1

A seven-run fourth inning fueled an 8-3 victory in game two of the Milligan College baseball team’s split doubleheader at Bryan College on Saturday.

ETSU men's golf wraps up 2nd Round at Mason Randolph Championship

After shooting a 10-over-par 294 in first round action on Friday, the ETSU men’s golf team carded a 299 second round on Saturday to place eighth overall on the team leaderboard with a 593 (+25) following two rounds at the Mason Rudolph Championship. More>>

Wahl leads Lady Bucs golf to fifth at Rebel Intercollegiate

Besting teams such as No. 27 Kentucky, No. 44 Notre Dame, Tennessee and Ole Miss, the No. 43-ranked ETSU women’s golf team wrapped up play in the Rebel Intercollegiate with a fifth-place finish Saturday at the Ole Miss Golf Course.

Notre Dame's McGraw named AP Coach of the Year

Notre Dame's Muffet McGraw, who guided the Irish to an undefeated season, has been selected as The Associated Press' women's college basketball coach of the year for the second straight year.

UConn's Stewart named AP Player of the Year

Breanna Stewart, who helped Connecticut go undefeated this season, has been selected as The Associated Press' women's college basketball player of the year.

Despite long balls, Buffs fall short at Bryan

Two runs in the top of the eighth inning forced a close finish, but the Milligan College baseball team was defeated by Bryan 6-3 in the nine-inning series opener Friday night.

USBWA names Creighton's McDermott player of the year

Creighton's Doug McDermott has picked up his second award for player of the year in as many days, accepting the honor Friday from the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.

ETSU's all-time leader for home runs

Baird lead Bucs to 5-1 win over Presbyterian Video included

SeniorJackie Baird (Ooltewah, Tenn.)and freshmanTaylor Carter (Brazil, Ind.)combined to drive in five runs, helping lead ETSU to a 5-1 win over Presbyterian in Game Two of Thursday's double-header. With a solo homer to lead off the sixth inning, Baird became ETSU's all-time leader for home runs with 26, surpassing Stephanie Gaynord (2004-07). Last weekend, Baird broke Gaynord's program record for single-season home runs. The Ooltewah, Tenn., native, who now has 13 homers on the season, enter... More>>

Crowder, will likely get the start at center

Bristol native Mack Crowder is a leader on Vols O-line Video included

On Wednesday James Stone was in action at Tennessee, but that was forNFL pro day, as he looks to impress the scouts and earn a spot on anNFL roster...The man who is in line to replace the Vols' starting center from the last two years is junior Mack Crowder.The Bristol, Tn., native is well aware of the responsibilities of the man who touches the ball on every offensive possession. Crowder, knows this offensive line will be in the spotlight since every one is new and that's why he thinks it imp... More>>

Chievous played in 31 games for Vols

Vols Quinton Chievous granted release to transfer Video included

Tennessee basketball coach Cuonzo Martin announced Thursday that guard Quinton Chievous has been granted a release and may transfer without restriction to any program outside the Southeastern Conference. “We have enjoyed having Quinton as part of this program for the last three years,” Martin said. “He’s worked extremely hard on the court, and he has also matched that effort in the classroom. He’s on track to graduate in three years, which is impressive. His Tennessee teammates and coaches... More>>

UVa-Wise has more than 30 for the 2014 signing class.

UVa-Wise Football Adds Six More Signees

UVa-Wise announced the addition of six football recruits for the 2014 season on Thursday. Max Rodgers, Tyqion Stokes, Levar Francis, Nakia Thomas, Cameron Artis and Anas Elkattan all recently committed to play for coach Dewey Lusk this upcoming season. Rodgers is a 6-3, 215 pound quarterback from Grayson County High School. Rodgers was a three-time all-district and all-region selection for coach Brett McPherson. In the classroom, the signal caller posted a 3.7 grade point average. He is the... More>>

Duke coach Cutcliffe to receive Neyland Trophy

Duke football coach David Cutcliffe is the 2014 winner of the Neyland Trophy, an award the Knoxville Quarterback Club gives annually to a major contributor to college athletics.

Former Vols standout Hopson signed by Cavs

The NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers have signed former Tennessee basketball standout Scotty Hopson to a two-year contract.

Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame gets Summitt exhibit

The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame is dedicating a permanent exhibit to former Lady Vols coach Pat Summitt that opens Friday as the Women's Final Four comes to Nashville.

Lady Vols fall to Maryland in Sweet Sixteen, 73-62

Tennessee's season came to a close with a 73-62 loss to #4 seed Maryland on Sunday in the Sweet 16. More>>

Lady Vols one day away from Sweet Sixteen match up

We're only a day away from more Tennessee basketball, and this time it's the Lady Vols in the Sweet Sixteen. Getting this far is old hat for UT. They've done it 32 times in 33 years, and their goals are much bigger. More>>

Michigan holds on late to top Tennessee, 73-71

Jordan Morgan scored 15 points and Nik Stauskas had 14 including a key free throw to help Michigan hold on for a 73-71 victory over Tennessee in Friday's first Midwest Regional semifinal.

Vols have some major positions to fill

Vols competition Thursday spring drills Video included

Tennessee coaches dubbed the second practice of the week as "Competition Thursday," and the 14 newest Vols were right in the middle of it. Competition has been a theme all along this spring with the talent infusion from January meeting the experience that returns. While the steep learning curve was something offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian expected, he said the execution still needs to improve as the new players begin to step up. "Expected, not tolerated, but expected," Bajakian said o... More>>

Vols have won 8 of their last 9 games

Volunteers seeking ways to stop Robinson, Michigan

Tennessee coach Cuonzo Martin has been keeping tabs on Michigan star Glenn Robinson III for two decades. On Friday night, in Indianapolis, his turning that job over to his players in the Midwest Regional semifinals at Indianapolis. The winner advances to Sunday's regional championship against either Kentucky or Louisville, the last two national champs. For Martin, this weekend has turned into a reunion of sorts. He's back in his adopted home state, taking on the son of one of his close coll... More>>

SEC remains unbeaten in NCAA Tournament

It's hard to mock Southeastern Conference basketball right now. Panned for early season losses and relatively weak non-conference schedules, the league has three teams still playing in the NCAA tournament.

Diamond Vols lose series for first time this season

The No. 14 Diamond Vols couldn’t get the bats going against 29th-ranked Auburn on Saturday, dropping back-to-back games and a series for the first time this season as the Tigers won by a 4-2 margin at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.

March madness is here. Follow your team's progress on the official NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament bracket. More>>

Vols sweep doubleheader, take series at Mizzou

COLUMBIA, Mo. – No. 17 Tennessee bounced back from a Friday night loss to win the final two games of a weekend series for the second week in a row, sweeping Saturday’s doubleheader at Missouri to take its opening series of Southeastern Conference action. After dropping Friday night’s contest, 5-2, the Vols rebounded with a 5-1 win in Saturday’s opener and a 4-1 victory in the nightcap. The doubleheader sweep improves UT to 17-2 on the season and 2-1 in league play. Tennessee concludes its s... More>>

No. 19 Vols takes series at No. 24 Arizona State

TEMPE, Ariz. – No. 19 Tennessee captured the series at No. 24 Arizona State with a 6-4 victory over the Sun Devils on Sunday afternoon. The Vols are now 14-1 overall. After dropping the Friday night series opener, 3-1, Tennessee came back to win the final two games, 6-5 on Saturday and 6-4 on Sunday. The Vols scored three runs in the sixth inning to break a 3-3 deadlock and held on for the victory. “[I told the team] how proud I was of them,” said head coach Dave Serrano. “There are not ma... More>>

No. 12 Kentucky upsets No. 5 South Carolina, 68-58

DULUTH, Ga. (AP) - Bria Goss scored 14 points and No. 12 Kentucky upset No. 5 South Carolina 68-58 Saturday to advance to the Southeastern Conference tournament championship game. DeNesha Stallworth and Linnae Harper each had 12 points for Kentucky (24-7), which will play Sunday in its fourth SEC tournament final in the last five years. The Wildcats won their only title in 1982. South Carolina (27-4), the SEC regular-season champion, had 16 turnovers, most coming in the first 10 minutes. The ... More>>

Texas A&M tops Alabama 63-48


After a playing a close game in the first half, Texas A&M eventually pulled away in the second, beating Alabama 63-48 at home on Thursday. More>>

Former Clemson star Kinard arrested for prostitution in Myrtle Beach


Kinard is a member of the Clemson Ring of Honor More>>

Steve Spurrier gets extension, $700,000 raise


South Carolina coach now among the 10 highest paid coaches in the nation More>>

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