Lady Mocs Travel To Davidson Saturday

Friday, January 31, 2014

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women’s basketball team heads to Davidson Saturday in a Southern Conference matchup featuring the league’s top two teams. The game tips at Noon and will be available live on ESPN 105.1 FM.

Chattanooga is undefeated in league action halfway through the season with a 9-0 record and is 17-3 overall. Davidson is 10-10 overall and 7-2 in SoCon play with losses at Chattanooga and at Appalachian State.

Follow all the action live at Gameday Central GoMocs.com. Live stats, streaming video (PPV via Davidson) and free streaming audio will be available.

Chattanooga leads the series with the Wildcats 34-9 and is 15-6 at Davidson. UTC has won the last five game and nine of the last 10 with the lone loss, a 56-52 affair in 2012 in Belk Arena. Chattanooga won the meeting earlier this year at home by a 72-64 margin.



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