UTC's Jeff Clark Anounces 2014 Spring Tennis Schedule

Monday, December 16, 2013

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women’s tennis head coach Jeff Clark announced the Mocs 2014 spring schedule today.  UTC will play 10 home matches and host the Southern Conference Tournament during the upcoming spring season. 

Action begins on Jan. 20 at Austin Peay.  The Mocs home schedule opens on Jan. 24 against East Tennessee State at McCallie’s new indoor tennis facility.  Chattanooga will also host Lipscomb (Jan. 31) and Evansville (Feb. 2) at McCallie. 

Other non-conference home matches include Mercer (Feb. 20), UAB (Feb. 28) and Brenau (March 5).  Check the women’s tennis schedule page on GoMocs.com for times and locations as they may change due to weather. 

Chattanooga’s non-conference road contests include Memphis and Murray State in Memphis, Tenn., on Feb. 7-8, Tennessee (Feb. 16), Middle Tennessee (Feb. 22) and Kennesaw State (March 20).

The Mocs host Georgia Southern (March 8), Appalachian State (March 22), UNCG (April 5) and Elon (April 6) in SoCon play.  UTC visits league opponents Davidson (March 12), Wofford (March 29), Furman (March 30), Western Carolina (April 2) and Samford (April 12). 

Chattanooga is the host of the 2014 Southern Conference Tournament at the Champions Club.  Action takes place April 16-19.  UTC will again have live scoring for all home matches and a number of away contests as available.  All times and locations are subject to change, so be sure to check GoMocs.com for complete information. 

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