Tennessee baseball swept the Texas A&M Aggies and defended their house area this weekend.
Volunteer baseball has been going by a rollercoaster of feelings up to now few weeks however lastly acquired again on monitor in opposition to the Aggies. The Vols had been dominant all through the three-game collection and racked up a number of house runs, and the offense proved that they’re the most effective, if not one of the best, offenses within the nation.
Tennessee Baseball Weekend Recap
Sport 1: (21) Texas A&M (15-7, 1-3 SEC) vs. (11) Tennessee (17-6, 1-3 SEC)
Recap: The Vols began the sport swinging, placing up 5 runs within the first inning. They continued to dominate into the second inning and put up one other two runs bringing their result in 7-3. From then on out, they took care of enterprise and didn’t let up any comeback ultimately.
Tennessee completed the sport with ten hits, ten runs, and two errors. Texas A&M completed the sport with three hits, 4 runs, and no errors.
Homer Tracker: Blake Burke homered his ninth of the season for 444 ft. and had an exit velocity of 113 mph.
Ultimate Rating: 10-4 Volunteers
Sport 2: (21) Texas A&M (15-8, 1-4 SEC) vs. (11) Tennessee (18-6, 2-3 SEC)
Recap: The second sport was a lot completely different from the primary one. This sport was nearer and got here right down to a walk-off within the backside of the ninth inning to offer the Volunteers the victory. The Volunteers got here again from being down three runs to win sport 2. The ambiance at Lindsey Nelson was electrical, and the Vols seemed like themselves once more.
Tennessee completed the sport with 9 hits, eight runs, and one error. Texas A&M completed the sport with eight hits, seven runs, and one error.
Ultimate Rating: 8-7 Volunteers
Sport 3: (21) Texas A&M (15-9, 1-5 SEC) vs. (11) Tennessee (19-6, 3-3 SEC)
Recap: Within the collection’ remaining sport, the Vols confirmed up once more and dominated from begin to end. The Vols discovered their groove and swept the No. 21 ranked Aggies. They confirmed super resilience and dedication and acquired the job completed this weekend.
Tennessee completed the sport with 12 hits, 9 runs, and one error. Texas A&M completed the sport with ten hits, six runs, and no errors.
Homer Tracker: Zane Denton homered his 4th of the season for 410 ft. and a 104 mph exit velocity.
Ultimate Rating: 9-6 Volunteers
Tennessee Baseball Upcoming Schedule
- Tue, Mar 28: vs. UNC Asheville – 4:30 PM ET on SEC Community +
- Thu, Mar 30: @ (1) LSU – 8:00 PM ET on ESPNU
- Fri, Mar 31: @ (1) LSU – 7:00 PM ET on SEC Community
- Sat, Apr 1: @ (1) LSU – 2:00 PM ET on SEC Community +
- Thu, Apr 6: vs. (3) Florida – 8:00 PM ET on ESPNU
- Fri, Apr 7: vs. (3) Florida – 7:00 PM ET on SEC Community
- Sat, Apr 8: vs. (3) Florida – 2:00 PM ET on ESPN2
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