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Tennessee Baseball Infielder Announces Transfer Destination

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Tennessee middle infielder Bradke Lohry entered the transfer portal last week after spending one season inside the Volunteer baseball program.

Lohry officially announced his transfer destination on Tuesday night, committing to play for South Florida baseball.

A Trinity, Florida native, Lohry’s home town is just 25 miles west of South Florida making this move a homecoming for the 5-foot-8 infielder. Before his lone season at Tennessee, Lohry played his collegiate baseball at the College of Central Florida.

Lohry is joining a South Florida program led by new head coach Mitch Hannahs who had tremendous success at Indiana State before leaving earlier this offseason to take over the Bulls’ program.

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Hannahs is replacing Billy Mohl who spent seven seasons as South Florida’s head coach. Under Mohl, the Bulls won the Gainesville Regional in 2021 but fell off after that. South Florida went 28-29 in 2022, 21-39 in 2023 and then 26-29 in 2024 before making a change.

Lohry is one of seven Tennessee baseball players that have entered the transfer portal this offseason alongside utility bat Robin Villeneuve, third baseman Zane Denton, infielder Camden Bates, right-handed pitcher Derek Schaefer and left-handed pitchers Wyatt Evans and Matthew Dallas.

Denton committed to Austin Peay, Evans committed to South Carolina and Schaefer committed to Arizona State.

Tennessee baseball’s landed five commits in the transfer portal to date including Kennesaw State RHP Tanner Franklin, Ole Miss LHP Liam Doyle, Ole Miss third baseman Andrew Fischer, Niagara first baseman Eric Rataczak and Louisville middle infielder Gavin Kilen.

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