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Lady Vol swimmer makes Olympic team

Christine Magnuson, one of the most accomplished swimmers to come through the Lady Vols swimming program, earned a spot on the 2008 U.S. Olympic team Monday by winning the 100m butterfly at the Olympic Trials in Omaha, Neb. More

Tatum hopes to give Vols another backcourt weapon

KNOXVILLE — Tennessee Vols basketball fans didn’t really get a chance to see much of Cameron Tatum last season. More

One year later, Preds goaltending totally different

Last season the goaltending for the Nashville Predators was surprising on a number of levels. More

Titans sign Stewart to multi-year deal

The Tennessee Titans announced Monday they have signed starting right tackle David Stewart to a multi-year contract extension. Terms were not disclosed. More

Storm roll, stay unbeaten

The Nashville Storm had its shutout streak broken. Fortunately for them, it didn’t matter. More

Metros can’t get it going

Just a tiny opening would break open the floodgates. Nashville Metros coach Rico Laise is almost desperate for it to happen. More

Vandy picks up defensive tackle prospect

Defensive tackle Darrius McMullin of Hoover (Ala.) Spain Park High has verbally committed to Vanderbilt and says he will sign with the school in February, according to reports. More

Preds’ Pickard eager to show improvement

Goaltender Chet Pickard has been known as the other first-round draft pick for the Nashville Predators this past week as forward Colin Wilson, the first pick for the team, received the bulk of the media and fan attention. More

Ball hopes he can bounce back with Titans

Frank Wycheck did it. Kyle Vanden Bosch is still doing it for the Tennessee Titans. Ditto for Tony Brown and Justin Gage. More

Titans break early from off-season work

Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher was pleased enough with the team’s 14-week off-season program that he shut down the final practice about a half-hour early on Friday, dismissing the players until training camp opens July 25. More

Sounds open road trip with win

ROUND ROCK, Texas – The Nashville Sounds began their road trip on a positive note, scoring an 8-5 victory over the Round Rock Express on Thursday evening at The Dell Diamond in the opener of a four-game series. More

That's Racing: Parking NASCAR wouldn’t save country any more gas

The other day I came across a blog explaining how we can cure our gas pains: More

VU announces first class to Athletics Hall of Fame

Two of the 12 members of Vanderbilt’s new Athletics Hall of Fame will be inducted posthumously this fall. More

Mavericks select VU's Foster in second round

Shan Foster never worked out for the Dallas Mavericks this spring, nor did he have any contact with the NBA team. More

Friday Q&A: Wilson ready to realize NHL dream

Nashville Predators coach Barry Trotz got his first in-person look at forward Colin Wilson on the ice, but he isn’t rushing to any kind of judgment concerning the No. 7 pick’s immediate future with the team. More

Foster picked by Dallas in NBA Draft

Former Vanderbilt basketball star Shan Foster was picked No. 51 overall in the second round of the NBA Draft by the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday. More

Vanderbilt names first Hall of Fame class

Vanderbilt on Thursday announced its first group of inductees into the school's new Athletics Hall of Fame, scheduled to open in the fall of 2009. More

Foster shrugs off criticism as NBA Draft nears

Shan Foster has heard it all before. More

Area notes: Goff signs, Vols pick up QB

Former Vanderbilt linebacker Jonathan Goff was one of three rookies to sign with the New York Giants on Tuesday. More

Will Wilson jump straight to Preds' roster?

Will forward Colin Wilson follow in the footsteps of former Nashville Predators forward Scott Hartnell and step from the Entry Draft to the NHL, or will he return for his sophomore year at Boston University for some more seasoning? More