The volunteers, who just made their first University World Series appearance since 2005, officially begin fall training on September 30. All intra-team scrums during the fall will be open to the public and these dates will be shared weekly.
UT will play the first of two fall games on October 23 when they face Georgia State in Chattanooga at AT&T Field, home of the Chattanooga Lookouts.
A week later, the Vols will travel west for a clash with Louisiana Tech on October 30 at USA Stadium in Millington, Tennessee, located in Shelby County just outside Memphis.
Tennessee will close the fall season with its annual Fall World Series, a five-game series that kicks off on November 2. All FWS matches will take place at Lindsey Nelson Stadium and will be open to the public free of charge.
The Vols return 24 winners of last season’s Omaha team letter, including “Super Seniors” as an outfielder Evan russell, first baseman Luke Lipcius and relief pitcher Redmond walsh. The Big Orange also added a handful of renowned transfers and hosted the nation’s No.5-ranked signing class according to Baseball America.
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