Tennessee defeated Indiana and Ohio State in Bloomington, Ind., on Saturday

behind some impressive individual and team performances. Eight Vols took

first and one of them, freshman Leonard Scott, tied the school record (Sam

Graddy, 1983) with his time of 6.64 in the 60-meter dash. That time bests

his NCAA provisional qualifying time of 6.68 set last weekend at Virginia


Other winners included junior Darwin Walker in the shot put with a

provisional qualifying throw of 59-06 3/4, sophomore Tim Bell in the high

jump (6-10 3/4) and senior Russell Johnson in the pole vault (16-06 3/4).

Senior Scott Perkinson captured first in the weight throw (54-00), senior

Dawane Wallace won the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 7.95, senior Tom

Pappas jumped 24-06 3/4 to win the high jump and the 4x400-meter relay team

sealed the win for UT as they crossed the finish line first with a time of


Tennessee edged Indiana 126-121 in the triangular meet. Ohio State finished

third with 72 points. In the dual meet portion, UT beat Indiana, 84-78 and

Ohio State, 98-59.

Junior Ryan Douglas set a lifetime-best with his third-place finish in the

400-meter dash. His time of 49.38 put him one second behind freshman

teammate Dwayne Bell (48.11). Also setting a personal best was junior Brock

Smith in the 800-meter run. Smith's time of 1:54.10 earned him a

second-place finish, just behind the leader. Pappas finished behind Wallace

in the 60-meter hurdles with his time of 7.98. Vol Matt Rush took third in


In the 3000-meter run, junior Anthony Famiglietti finished third (8:28.19)

and junior Jon Jamison finished fifth. Famiglietti established a personal

best in the mile run, finishing third in 4:11.75.

Walker led the way for the Vols in the shot put, but Tennessee took places

three through five to dominate the event. Freshman Tyler Garrett finished

third (55-09 1/4).

Senior Grant Cleghorn established personal bests in the long jump and the

60-meter hurdles. Freshman Matt Rush also set a personal-best time of 8.15

in the 60-meter hurdles, good for third place in the event. Freshman Mark

Johnson cleared 16-02 3/4 in the pole vault, earning a third-place finish

and a lifetime best.