Tennessee's track and field squad concluded the weekend with four victories

and five second-place finishes in the Sprint Invitational and the Wisconsin

Elite Invitational.

Leonard Scott's victory in the 60M dash in 6.62, an automatic qualifying

time for the NCAA Indoor Championship and a Camp Randall Memorial Sports

Center record, headlined the effort in Wisconsin. Scott, the 1999 NCAA 60M

, also won his heat with the fastest qualifying time of the day, a NCAA

provisional time of 6.68. He has run three times this season and captured

an automatic qualifying time and two provisional times to assure his

competition at the NCAA Indoors.

"I was particularly pleased with Scott and Howard," head coach Bill Webb

said. "We made a little more progress in a few areas."

Senior co-captain Anthony Famiglietti carried the flag for the Vols in

Johnson City with his victory and personal best in the mile run in 4:10,

the best time posted by an SEC athlete this season.

Famiglietti topped the 64-runner field by finishing 3.5 seconds ahead of

the second-place finisher. Famiglietti also ran the fastest split for the

Vols second-place distance relay team.

Senior Brock Smith won the 800M run in 1:54.11 in a 16-runner field in

Wisconsin. Boris Kawohl, a freshman decathlete from Kiel, Germany won the

open division pole vault by tying a career-best clearance of 16-0 3/4 at

the Sprint Invitational Friday night.

In Wisconsin, Camron Howard took second in the long jump by leaping 25-3

1/4, improving his NCAA provisional mark from last week and posting

Tennessee's best mark of the season. Matt Rush finished second in the 60M

high hurdles with a time of 8.06. Rush's 7.96 in the trials was the best

heat time of the day and his career best. Jebreh Harris posted a 49.41 in

his second-place 400M dash finish.

Tennessee's 4x400M relay team (J.Harris, Hassan Stamps, Scott, Adrian

Wheatley) grabbed second in 3:16.36. Scott posted the fastest split on the

team with a 47.7.

In Johnson City, Tennessee's distance medley relay team finished second in

10:00.53. Team members included Marcus Tanner, John Dickson, Thomas Newman

and Famiglietti.