The Tennessee women's track team - including Dee Dee Trotter, Kameisha Bennett and the 4x400m relay team - set three meet records en route to a second place finish at the NCAA Mideast Regional in LSU's Bernie Moore Stadium on Saturday.
The seventh-ranked Lady Volunteers had a total of seven athletes qualify for the NCAA Outdoor Championships meet in Austin, Texas, June 9-12. UT tallied 65 points to finish second in the region, improving on its seventh-place result in 2003.
Sophomore pole vaulter Jessica Reust and freshman long jumper Tianna Madison qualified for the NCAA Championships with top-five finishes Friday.