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After a win over 11th Mercer on Oct. 22, the Mocs were in a prime position to make the FCS playoffs for the first time since 2016. Fast forward to night of Nov. 19, Chattanooga was on its way back to the Scenic City with playoff hopes squashed, and the lingering question of, “What happened?”…

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UTC MBB knocked off the visiting Murray State Racers Saturday night in a mid-major showdown. A Jake Stephens masterclass and clutch shooting from Jamal Johnson were the perfect ingredients for a hard-fought, 69-66 win. 

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Chattanooga Men’s Basketball took care of business Saturday afternoon with a 108-55 win over local D-III opponent Covenant College. The Scots were outmatched in almost every aspect of the game and Chattanooga proved it in the rather uneventful matchup. The Mocs hit a program-record 22 threes…

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Sweat dripping onto the mats, the booming of takedown drills echoing throughout the auxiliary gym, students at East Hamilton High School are doing something that would have sounded like a pipe dream just four months ago: wrestling practice. 

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The 11th-ranked Chattanooga Mocs football team fell behind early and ultimately fell short in its comeback effort during a 35-24 defeat to ninth-ranked Samford in a crucial Southern Conference matchup on a chilly Saturday afternoon inside Finley Stadium. Following the loss, Chattanooga falls…

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Chattanooga MBB took care of business in their home opener vs Oakland City with a 93-49 win. The win was the first of the Dan Earl era and hopefully a sign of more to come. Preseason SoCon Player of the Year, Jake Stephens, lead the way for the Mocs with 19 points on 9-11 shooting and seven boards.

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In Wednesday night’s Los Angeles Lakers vs New Orleans Pelicans matchup in the NBA, former UTC basketball player, and current Lakers wing Matt Ryan was an unexpected hero. 

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The sixth-ranked Chattanooga Mocs football team had its chances in the fourth quarter but could not make the plays in a 24-20 loss at No. 24 Furman. It's the first FCS loss of the season for the Scenic City men.

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For the first time in the history of women’s soccer at UTC, the team received its first-ever Southern Conference regular season title. 

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Eighth-ranked Chattanooga football moved to 6-1 on the season and a perfect 4-0 in SoCon play with a convincing win over #11 Mercer Saturday. The Moc defense lead the way forcing six turnovers en route to a 41-21 win. 

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The College Football Playoff Selection Committee will soon unveil their first set of playoff rankings on Nov. 1, and the most chaotic month of football awaits us. 

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UTC Golf is enjoying a potentially historic October after dominating a 15-team field at the Furman Intercollegiate. 

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Thanks to an explosive first half, Mocs Football enjoyed a wire-to-wire victory over SoCon foe VMI, 41-13.

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UTC soccer remains the only undefeated team in the Southern Conference after they tied Samford and moved to 4-0-1 in the conference and 6-3-3 overall. 

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At the beginning of the season, a new quarterback held the reigns to the Chattanooga offense. He was a newcomer to Chattanooga, but football was nothing new to him. His name is Preston Hutchinson. He is in his sixth season of college football, and he has Chattanooga sitting atop of the South…

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Chattanooga Volleyball failed to win a single set over the weekend as they fell to Mercer and Samford on the road in back-to-back 3-0 losses. 

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UTC’s football squad took the field in Johnson City on Saturday to take on ETSU in the Battle for the Rail and came out victorious in a tough 24-16 win to keep the Rail in the Scenic City for another year.

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UTC women's soccer swept their weekend opponents, Mercer, and The Citadel to move to 4-3-2 on the season and 2-0 in conference play.

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Both the men’s and women’s UTC golf teams opened their seasons this week with moderately successful performances. 

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Last year, Cole Strange and the Mocs battled through four quarters to a 28-23 loss to the Southeastern Conference’s Kentucky Wildcats, a team that would end up being Citrus Bowl champions and finishing with a 10-3 record. 

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Thanks largely in part to two blocked punts on special teams, Chattanooga had a successful homecoming with a 41-14 victory over North Alabama. 

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The 10th-ranked Chattanooga Mocs football squad, led by Quarterback Preston Hutchinson, went on the road this week to take on the Panthers of Eastern Illinois University.

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Thursday night, an 11-year hiatus ended. The Backyard Brawl, the rivalry between the West Virginia Mountaineers and Pittsburgh Panthers, was one of the many games kicking off on Thursday night to open our Labor Day weekend with America’s best sport returning—college football. 

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For the past 22 years with Bill Belichick serving as the New England Patriots head coach and de facto General Manager, the team has enjoyed enormous success at the NFL draft. Besides starting the Belichick era by selecting all-time great quarterback, Tom Brady in 2000, followed by Hall of Fa…

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Campus life begins to pick up with many sporting events returning to Chattanooga over the next few weeks. 

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Two UTC football stars were named to the Reese’s Senior Bowl Watch List for the upcoming 2022 season. Offensive lineman McClendon Curtis and defensive tackle Devonnsha Maxwell have their sights set on making the final roster to compete together in the event. 

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UTC’s very own, running back Ailym Ford, was named to the Walter Payton Award watchlist heading into the 2022 season. The award is given to Division I FCS college football's best offensive player each year.

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As the summer heat begins to die down, the first signs of football season emerge, especially for the Chattanooga Mocs, who have been grinding away on the gridiron as kickoff looms.

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The Chattanooga Mocs softball team capped off a 30-win season with an NCAA tournament victory over Murray State, solidifying a phenomenally successful year for Mocs athletics.

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Summertime in Chattanooga is best spent basking in nature's beauty and enjoying all of the seasonal events that the city has to offer. One local hotspot is the Chattanooga Lookouts games at the AT&T Field where fans can watch baseball in true all American style with a hotdog in one hand …

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Not even one offseason removed from a SoCon championship and NCAA Tournament appearance, Chattanooga basketball is undergoing a full makeover. 

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The Chattanooga men’s basketball team has filled their head coaching vacancy with a familiar face. Dan Earl, coach of SoCon rival VMI, is headed to the scenic city after seven years at the Virginia Military Institute. 

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The UTC Men’s and Women’s basketball programs will be led by new faces next year. The two squads are both in search of new leadership as they head into the early stages of the offseason after opposite results during the year. 

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The Southern Conference’s regular-season champion Chattanooga Mocs looked to advance to the championship game after beating the Citadel 71-66, and they did so convincingly against four seed Wofford.

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The Mocs refused to lose in the quarter-finals of the Southern Conference Tournament on Saturday, despite a second-half push from the 8th seeded Citadel.

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For just the second time in over 25 years, the Chattanooga men's basketball program is regular-season SoCon champions. 

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Last weekend, with home games Thursday and Saturday, the UTC Men’s Basketball hosted Legends Weekend – a weekend honoring past Mocs Basketball athletes. The main reason was to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the 1997 Chattanooga Mocs squad that was a part of one of the greatest Cinderella …

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Basketball player Malachi Smith recently made history as a Chattanooga Moc when he was awarded the Southern Conference Player of the Week for the fourth time this season. 

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This past week, Chattanooga Football’s very own, Cole Strange, made a name for himself at the Reese’s Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama.

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The Chattanooga Mocs’ big first half lead holds true against the University of North Carolina Greensboro Spartans in a midseason SoCon matchup. Efficiency from three-point land proved to be the difference maker.

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Within a red uniform stands a 6-foot-1-inch guard that embraces the white letters across his chest. Those letters are “Haiti” for David Jean-Baptiste. Below is a flag, two bars of red and blue. In the center is the coat of arms of Haiti, “L’Union Fait La Force” which translates to  “Unity Ma…

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The Mocs faced off against The Citadel Bulldogs at home on November 20, the Mocs’ Senior Day and military appreciation, and ended the season with a devastating loss.

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The Chattanooga Mocs could not defend the home court against Murray State in a loss, 55-78, on Friday. The Mocs experienced offensive struggles despite productive play from Abbey Cornelius and Addie Porter.