The Tennessee men's swimming and diving team finished eighth with 140 points Saturday at the NCAA championships at the Nassau County Aquatic Center in Long Island, N.Y.
Auburn won the team title with 634 points.
Senior Andrew Bree finished 12th in the 200-meter breaststroke. Sophomore Michael Russo finished 32nd.
Bree finished 11th in the preliminaries in 2:10.50 and broke the school short-course meter record in the event.
The 400-meter freestyle relay team of Brian Goldberg, Raymond Rosal, Casey Dauw and Tyler Gustafson finished 12th. The foursome finished 11th during the preliminaries. Their time broke the school short-course meter record, the second such record to be broken during the preliminary round.
Senior Jamie Graves, the lone butterfly qualifier for the Vols, finished 25th in the 100-meter butterfly in 1:59.09. Graves was fourth in his heat during the preliminaries.
Brad Boswell, the only freshman to compete for the Vols on Saturday, finished 26th in the 1,500-meter freestyle.
The 2004 NCAA Division I Men's Swimming and Diving Championships will be televised by ESPN2 on tape delay. The air date is currently scheduled for March 29 at 1:30 p.m.