Tennessee sophomore Mikelis Libietis finished the collegiate tennis season No. 3 nationally in both singles and doubles in the final ITA rankings.
Libietis went 37-7 playing No. 1 singles and was named SEC player of the year.
In May, he became the first Vol to simultaneously hold the No. 1 ranking in singles and doubles. He and doubles partner Hunter Reese finished 14-3.
Because of their ranking and the fact they were seeded in the NCAA tournaments, Libietis and Reese earned ITA All-America honors for the first time in their careers.
The Vols also have learned they will play host to VCU, North Carolina State and Michigan State in a four-team section of the 2014 ITA Kick-Off Weekend on Jan. 25-26.
Track: Tyler Porter was named first-team All-America for his seventh-place tie in the NCAA pole vault.
Eleven other Vols and Lady Vols made second-team or honorable mention, based on their qualifying for the NCAA championships.
Second-team All-America are: Felicia Brown (400), Kyle Quinn (javelin), Chase Brannon (pole vault), Jake Blankenship (pole vault).
Honorable mention are: Tavis Bailey (discus), Arnez Hardnick (4x100), Jarael Nelvis (4x100), Reggie Juin (4x100), Jamol James (4x100), Nijgia Snapp (800), Kia Jackson (long jump).
Softball: Ivy Renfroe has signed with the Akron Racers of National Pro Fastpitch softball. She completed her Lady Vols career second in appearances (176) and wins (97) and third in strikeouts (737).