Senior Lady Vol track standout Sue Walton led Tennessee to a
second-place finish at the Sea Ray Relays and was awarded the Tony Wilson
Memorial Award for the outstanding runner of the meet. Walton anchored
three relay teams that finished either first or second. North Carolina took
first place with total of 39 points, while the Lady Vols tallied 34 points.
Senior Alana Preston captured her second Sea Ray discus title and junior
Kayla Montgomery won the triple jump.

Head football coach Phillip Fulmer announced that Brandon
Ashley, a defensive end from Dallas, Texas, has decided to give up football
on Thursday. The 6-3, 251-pound sophomore will remain in school through the
Spring Semester. Fulmer also announced the reinstatement of junior
offensive guard Richard Howard, who had been suspended for academic
deficiencies.

The No. 15 Vol tennis team dropped its third SEC meet of the season
No. 22 Florida 4-3 on Friday at the Varsity Courts. Florida took the
doubles point with victories at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions. The Vols
took the No. 1 double match, as the duo of Pablo Montana and Chris
Mahony
defeated Wayne Boich and Dyllan Fitzgerald. In single action,
the Vols picked up victories in the No. 1, 3, and 4 positions, including a
7-6, 6-0 victory by Daniel Dewandaka (No. 64 in the country) over
Florida's Damon Henkel (No. 11 in the country). Florida held Tennessee
even, as they took singles victories in the No. 2, 5, and 6 positions to
hold on to a 4-3 victory. The Vols fall to 14-5 (3-3 in the SEC), while the
Gators improve to 10-7 (4-2 in the SEC). Tennessee is scheduled to take on
Kentucky on April 12, in Knoxville.