UTC Wrestlers Host Blue And Gold Match Saturday At First Tennessee Pavilion

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Chattanooga wrestling makes a return trip to the Mocs football tailgate with the Blue & Gold Match in the First Tennessee Pavilion this weekend.  Fans get their first look at head coach 

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The Blue & Gold match starts at Noon, immediately following the football team's Moc Walk, in the heart of the football tailgating festivities.  There are 11 matches scheduled for the intrasquad scrimmage, with the full lineup listed below.
Blue & Gold Line-Up

Blue & Gold Lineup






Franco Valdes


No. 20Chris Debien


Cody Hill


Fabian Gutierrez


Colton Landers


Jake Huffine


Michael Pongracz


Davion Fairley


Jake Adcock


Roman Boylen


Justin George


Trey Watson


Drew Nicholson


Chad Pyke


Justin Lampe


Hunter Fortner


Rodney Jones


No. 12Bryce Carr


Scottie Boykin


Ben Stacey


Jared Walker


Connor Tolley

The Mocs welcome back former Southern Conference Champions junior Chris Debien, and seniors Bryce Carr and Scottie Boykin, along with returning starters junior Alonzo Allen and seniors Justin Lampe and Michael Pongracz

Season tickets are on sale now on GoMocs.com, or by calling the UTC Ticket Office at (423) 266-MOCS (6627).  Single-match and Southern Scuffle tickets go on sale on Nov. 1.  If you want the best seats for the Scuffle, buy a reserved season ticket now and be placed in the best seats before they go on sale to the general public.

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