Tennessee’s baseball team struggled to find consistency in its weekend series at Alabama.
Tennessee’s baseball team dominated in Arizona over the weekend.
When Tennessee (14-14, 4-8 SEC) traveled to Oxford for a three-game series with the Ole Miss Rebels (16-16, 5-7 SEC), head coach Dave Serrano knew his team needed a series win or two to build confidence towards the end of the season. The Vols potentially nabbed one of those jump-starting series by taking two of three from Ole Miss in Oxford over the weekend.
Weather foiled multiple attempts to play Tennessee baseball’s home opener. When it finally arrived on Friday, no bad weather or a Tennessee loss was in sight. Pitching led the way in the Vols’ two wins over the Grand Canyon Antelopes this weekend at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.
After dropping the two games of a Friday doubleheader, Tennessee baseball won the series finale to move to 4-4 overall on the season.
Tennessee baseball returns to Knoxville with a 1-2 record after losing the season opener and rubber match against Florida International (2-1).
Tennessee’s baseball team will start their season Friday in Miami, Florida as they take on Florida International University in a three game set.