Sophomore Allison Campbell and junior Kelly Berrall of the University of

Tennessee soccer team were named to the 1999 SEC Second Team in voting

conducted by the league's 12 head coaches.

A sophomore from Livonia, Mich., Campbell has taken upon herself to rewrite

the school's records book over her two seasons. Starting all 19 matches in

'99 she is once again the club's leader in shots (89), points (26), and

goals (11). Campbell's most outstanding match of the season came against

South Carolina on Oct. 17, when she delivered four goals in the final 30

minutes of the contest to help the Orange to a 4-2 triumph.

In the nine SEC games, Campbell notched 18 points on eight goals and a pair

of assists, and tallied game-winners versus the Gamecocks and Western

Division winner Ole Miss in sudden-death overtime.

Ironically, her total last year in league action were 11 points on four

scores and three helpers. Over her career, she holds the Tennessee marks

for shots (178), points (72), goals (28) and assists (16).

During her third season at UT, Berrall has improved the level of her play

for head coach Charlie MacCabe's squad. Primarily the Lady Vols' sweeper,

the junior has evolved into one of the top defenders in the SEC. She ranks

second on the squad ith assists and also contributed goals against Auburn

and California. Berrall recorded two helpers on Campbell's four-goal

barrage in the win over USC.

Tennessee enters the upcoming SEC tournament with an 8-10-1 mark. The Lady

Vols, who were 5-4 in SEC play, will meet Mississippi (12-8, 4-5 SEC) in

first-round action this Thursday afternoon in Nashville.

UT defeated the Rebels in double overtime on Friday, Oct. 22 in Oxford,