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    Men’s tennis earns first win of the season

    By Anthony Sigismond Chattanooga, Tenn.,– The men’s tennis team picked up their first win of the season Saturday in a close match against Austin Peay. The 4-3 win over the Governors evened the Mocs’ record to 1-1 on the weekend after falling to Memphis 7-0 the day before. Saturday’s win helped the Mocs avoid a four-match losing streak to Austin Peay that began over six […]

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    McKinney using off-season to build a strong program

    By John Mitchell Chattanooga, Tenn.,– Last season women’s soccer coach Gavin McKinney endured the growing pains of a first-year coach, but the benefits are beginning to reap on the recruiting trail. Nearly a week prior to National Signing Day, McKinney announced the addition of four student-athletes into the Chattanooga program. Ellie Myrick, Knoxville, is now eligible […]

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  • Huesman hopeful for NFL chance

    By Eric Sisson Chattanooga, Tenn.,–While his playing days as a Moc are over, former quarterback and recent UTC graduate Jacob Huesman continues to put in work on the gridiron hoping for a chance at the National Football League. Huesman recently participated in the inaugural Tropic Bowl in Miami, Fla; a game that features some of […]

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  • Alford playing vital role in first season

    By Robyn Anthony Chattanooga, Tenn.,– When adversity hits, a team usually leans on their familiar faces to rally everyone together both on and off the court. But for the women’s basketball team, things have been a little different. Junior transfer Queen Alford, Decatur Ga., has been vital in helping the Mocs adjust to a medley of […]

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    Mocs dominate The Citadel

    By Chris King Chattanooga, Tenn.,– The men’s basketball team dominated as they scored the most points against a Division one opponent in school history as they beat The Citadel 125-85 Monday night. The Mocs ended the night with five different players scoring in double digits. Junior Greg Pryor, Memphis, Tenn., led all scorers with 21 […]

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  • Women’s tennis moving forward after 0-3 start

    By John Mitchell — Chattanooga, Tenn.,–Three-straight losses to start the season has the women’s tennis team in an oddly optimistic position. A 4-0 loss at the hands of Tennessee Sunday night marked UTC’s second loss in as many days, and the end of another grueling opening stretch that has included the likes of Memphis and UAB.. […]

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    Softball: Mocs looking for another big season

    By Chris King Chattanooga, Tenn.,–This year’s softball team has high expectations as they prepare for their season opener. Wednesday night, the softball team held it’s annual meet-and-greet in front of a large crowd that is looking forward to another great season from head coach Frank Reed’s Mocs.  The players and coaches signed autographs for the […]

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  • Bennifield front-runner for starting quarterback position

    By Chris King Chattanooga, Tenn.,– As spring practice swiftly approaches, one of the main questions on everyone’s mind is who will replace former three-time SoCon Offensive Player of the Year Jacob Huesman at quarterback. All eyes are on junior Alejandro Bennifield, Lovejoy, Ga., as the front-runner for becoming the team’s starting quarterback for the upcoming spring. Bennifield has been […]

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