Tennessee bounced back and dominated South Carolina, 10-4, on Saturday afternoon.
The Lady Vols collected some of the most impressive wins of the 2016-2017 season, but due to their inconsistent nature, are only deserving of another No. 7 seed.
Tennessee was dominated in its SEC opener, 9-1, at the hands of South Carolina on Friday evening.
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Tennessee mixed its lineup on multiple occasions against Delaware on Sunday. Despite early struggles, the Vols eventually took over with a four-run third inning and run-ruled the Blue Hens, 10-2.
Tennessee’s hot bats cooled off against Jacksonville State on Saturday, but thanks to the heroics of freshman Chelsea Seggern and the dominance on the mound from fellow freshman Caylan Arnold, the Vols squeaked past Jacksonville State, 3-2.