No. 12 Tennessee almost matched its season-high ranking as the Vols

finished the NCAA Indoor Championship in 13th place with 14 points. The

13th-place finish was Tennessee's best since the 1997 NCAA Indoors, which

saw the Vols finish tied for 10th with 16 points.

Tennessee's blazing preliminary times on Friday gave way to slower Vol

times in the finals. However, the Vols still managed to improve two places

and one additional All-American selection from last year.

Arkansas won the meet with 69.5 points, 17.5 points ahead of second-place

Stanford. Six of the top 13 teams were from the SEC.

Leonard Scott earned All-American honors twice at the meet for the 60M dash

and the 200M dash. Tennessee's fifth-place distance medley relay team

(Marcus Tanner, Shannon Wheatley, Jebreh Harris, Anthony Famiglietti) also

will take All-American certificates back to Knoxville. Additionally, Brock

Smith earned All-American in the 800M run.

On Saturday, Scott added four point to the Tennessee effort courtesy of his

fifth-place, 6.68 finish in the 60M dash. South Carolina's Terrence

Trammell won the event in 6.54. Scott finished as UT's high scorer with

nine points.

Brock Smith ran a 1:51.57 in the 800M run to earn eighth place and

contribute one point for the Vols. Smith was slowed by a pulled hamstring

he sustained during the finals.

Anthony Famiglietti finished 12th in the 3000M run with a time of

8:11.73.