No. 11 Tennessee (0-1-0) will host No. 23 SMU (1-0-0) Sunday at Regal Soccer Stadium.
Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. EDT and SEC Network+ will broadcast the matchup.
The contest is Tennessee’s first home match of the 2022 season.
No. 10 North Carolina defeated the Lady Vols, 3-0, in Tennessee’s season-opening match.
SMU defeated Rice, 2-1, in the Mustangs’ first contest this season.
Tennessee will play its third consecutive game against a ranked opponent Aug. 25 versus Duke. Kickoff between the Lady Vols and Duke is slated for 7 p.m. EDT (SEC Network) at Regal Soccer Stadium.
The Tennessee-North Carolina contest was the first match for the Lady Vols under head coach Joe Kirt.