Football: Five Mocs participate in Pro Day

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By Zack Kirby, Chattanooga, Tenn. – Scouts from over 25 NFL teams made the trip to the D1 Sports Training Facility in Chattanooga to watch and analyze five former Mocs football players. Marquis Green, Palmetto Fla., Faysal Shafaat, Orlando. Fla., Keon Williams, Chattanooga, Tommy Hudson, Moultrie, Ga., and Davis Tull, Knoxville, participated in drills that […]

Women’s Tennis: Mocs move to 7-1 this season

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By Hannah Orem, Chattanooga, Tenn. – The women’s tennis team improved to 7-1 this past weekend after sweeping their road match and topping it off with another win at home. The team traveled to Jacksonville State on Friday, Feb. 27 for their first outdoor match and swept the opponent, 7-0. “As a coach, you’re always a […]

Wrestling: UTC looks to defend SoCon title

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By Kaylene Chadwell, Chattanooga, Tenn. – The Chattanooga wrestling team looks to defend their Southern Conference crown at the league tournament Saturday in Asheville, N.C. The Mocs claimed the Southern Conference Regular Season title for the third time in a row and 10 out of the last 11. Additionally, this is Chattanooga’s 15th time winning the […]

Women’s Basketball: Mocs clinch SoCon regular season crown on Senior Day

Photo by Mallorie Bryan:  Ka'Vonne Towns finished she Senior Day with a big win over ETSU

By John Mitchell, Chattanooga, Tenn. — A crowd of 3,309 witnessed the women’s basketball team complete their second straight undefeated Southern Conference season with a 64-42 win over ETSU. Ka’Vonne Towns, Lilburn, Ga., kicked off her senior day by knocking down three quick 3-pointers, helping the Mocs jump out to score the first 15 points of […]

Wrestling team falls to Iowa, defeats SIU-E

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By Hannah Orem, Chattanooga, Tenn., — The No. ranked Iowa Hawkeyes snapped the wrestling team’s nine match winning streak this past Saturday, Feb. 21. The team experienced five minutes of glory when No. 10 ranked senior Sean Boyle, Lowell, Mass., defeated fifth-ranked Iowa wrestler Thomas Gilman, putting the Mocs ahead. “That’s a huge win for Sean,” […]

Running Mocs try to keep their focus on SoCon Championships

By Kaylene Chadwell, Chattanooga, Tenn. ­– The men and women’s track team prepare for the indoor Southern Conference Championships after a season that has been much different than any other before. The running Mocs were told that the men’s outdoor and indoor track team will be cut after this season in order for the university to […]

Women’s basketball will host Senior Day game against ETSU

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By John Mitchell, Chattanooga, Tenn., —This senior day for the women’s basketball team will commemorate three seniors who have taken their own unique paths. Although all three were brought in under former coach Wes Moore, current coach Jim Foster has wasted no time in making a significant impact on their careers. Perhaps none more than […]

Women’s tennis Moc of the Week: Kaylene Chadwell

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By Eric Sisson, Chattanooga, Tenn., — Senior Kaylene Chadwell, Franklin, Tenn., found success at UTC and looks to finish her career on a high note. Chadwell is a member of the women’s tennis team, but she also serves as the Assistant Sports Editor of The University Echo along with the rest of the class load a […]

Mocs ‘dismantle’ ETSU

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*Photos by Jenna Kalmon By Zack Kirby, Chattanooga, Tenn., –After the men’s basketball team defeated Mercer last Thursday in front of a large home crowd, the Mocs made sure to deliver a 67-59 win over East Tennessee State on Senior Night in front of a season-high crowd of 5,179. “The people in town are starting […]

Men’s basketball defeats Mercer for second place in the SoCon

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By Zack Kirby, Chattanooga, Tenn., — With the support of a packed student section chanting their school name, the men’s basketball team overcame a nine point first half deficit to defeat the Mercer Bears 74-61. “I want to thank everyone who came tonight. I thought the crowd was awesome,” head coach Will Wade said.  “I’m really proud […]