Gary Kikaya and Brooklyn native Sean Lambert made the biggest splashes of the day with powerful wins in the sprints.
Kikaya took over the NCAA lead and established a meet record with his 46.01 time in the 400-meter dash.
The time stands as an automatic qualifier and nearly half a second faster than the runner-up Saturday.
After false-starting in the 200m dash prelims Friday, Lambert roared back with a win in the 60m dash Saturday with a 6.66.
For the women, Lady Vol Toyin Olupona improved her NCAA Championship stock with a season-best effort in the 60m dash and Dee Dee Trotter matched her previous 400m provisional mark with one in the 200m dash Saturday to spearhead a solid final day for the Lady Vols.
The Lady Vols will join the men in hosting the Tennessee Indoor Invitational on Friday.
Baseball goes unbeaten at Radio Shootout
The Tennessee Volunteers overcame a 4-0 deficit to defeat the Old Dominion Monarchs 5-4 at the ESPN 1340 Radio Shootout at Riley Park on Sunday. The Vols beat James Madison 11-6 on Saturday and topped The Citadel 9-4 on Friday.
Tennessee returns to Knoxville to open a 10-game home stand with a three-game series against Bowling Green at Lindsey Nelson Stadium on Friday.
Softball gets rained out
Continuing weather problems created a rare off-weekend for the Lady Vol softball team on Saturday, as heavy rains and poor field conditions in Nashville resulted in the Belmont University Invitational being canceled.
Men's track, baseball teams enjoy success over weekend
Published: Mon Feb 17, 2003 | Modified: Sat Aug 06, 2005 04:51 p.m.