The No. 6-seeded University of Tennessee Lady Vol volleyball team lost its opening round matchup to third-seeded Arkansas at the SEC Tournament by a 3-0 (30-23, 30-28, 30-25) count Friday night at Barnhill Arena in Fayetteville, Ark.
With the loss, Tennessee concluded the 2002 season with a 20-11 record.
"I thought we played hard, but we didn't control the ball," UT coach Rob Patrick said. "We carried out our game plan, but our erratic passing put too much pressure on our outside hitters. Despite that, I was still proud of how we competed."
During the third game, Scott tallied her 200th career service ace to become the only Lady Vol in UT history with 1,000 kills and digs and 200 aces.
Arkansas moved on to the championship match against Florida on Sunday. Results were unavailable at press time.
AquaVols finish second at Nike Cup
The Tennessee men's swimming team finished in second place at the 2002 Nike Cup Championships Saturday, in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Without the aid of diving points, the Vol swimmers scored 713 points behind host North Carolina's 757 points.
"It was a great competition," coach John Trembley said. "We had some good performances with our freshmen, they competed really well.
"With some more work and focus we can be a pretty good team. The future looks good."
Next up for Tennessee is a dual-meet with South Carolina and Penn State in Columbia S.C., Jan. 11, 2003.