UTC Women Travel To Cincinnati Thursday

Monday, November 18, 2019
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women’s basketball team will head out for its longest road trip of the season so far. The Mocs will take on Cincinnati Tuesday night before heading to #9 Louisville Thursday.

This will be just the second meeting between the Mocs and Bearcats. Cincinnati edged the Mocs 51-50 at the Cancun Challenge in Cancun, Mexico in 2011.

The Mocs are 1-3 on the year with a win over Liberty on the road. Chattanooga is averaging 52.5 points per game and shooting 32.6 percent.
From beyond the arc UTC is 27-of-87 and averaging 66 percent from the free throw line. On the boards, the Mocs are averaging 33.8 rebounds per game and outdueled Purdue in their last outing with a season-high 40.

Abbey Cornelius posted back-to-back 20-point games. She had a career-best 22 against Hampton at home and followed that with a 21-point effort against Hampton on the road. She leads the Mocs with 14.5 points per game and 6.3 rebounds per game. Lakelyn Bouldin is second on the team in scoring with 11.8 points per game and has six 3-pointers. Eboni Williams also leads UTC on the boards with 6.3 rebounds per game and is third in scoring with an average of 9.0 points per game.

Cincinnati is 2-2 overall with wins over Utah (68-62) and Ball State (63-56) while falling to Saint Louis (60-50) and Ohio State (78-73). The Bearcats are averaging 63.5 points and 37.8 rebounds per game. From the field they are shooting 36 percent and 15.8 (9-57) from the 3-point line and 73.6 percent from the charity stripe.

Antionette Miller leads her team with 19 points per game with a team-best three from distance and 17 assists and eight steals. Ilmar’I Thomas is averaging a double-double with 18.3 points and 10.3 rebounds per game. Jordan Tuff is thid on the team in scoring with 10.0 points per game while Angel Rizor is third on the team in rebounding with 8.3 boards per game and second for assists with 15 on the year.

Louisville is ranked ninth in the AP Top 25 poll with a 3-0 record. They have wins against Western Kentucky (75-56), Murray State (76-40) and Central Michigan (76-63). The Cardinals are averaging 75.7 points and 47 rebounds per game. From the floor they are shooting 42.3 percent, 31.5 percent from the arc and 40-of-54 from the free throw line.

Dana Evans leads four players in double figures with 18.3 points per game. Jazmine Jones is second on the team in scoring with 15.7 points and 7.0 rebounds per game and a team-best 15 assists and 10 steals.

Elizabeth Balogun and Kylee Shook each have 10 points per game and Shook leads her team with 9.3 rebounds an outing. Balogun has a team-high eight 3-pointers.

Larry Ward will have the call both nights on WFLI 97.7 FM and 1040 AM. All broadcasts can be accessed through the GoMocs.com website or TuneIn Radio. Cincinnati will broadcast the game on Bearcats TV and the Louisville game will be carried by the ACC Network. Live stats and all links are online on the women’s basketball schedule page at GoMocs.com.

UTC's Ford Fifth In Jerry Rice Award Voting

Willingham Leads Flames To 94-72 Win Over Campbellsville-Harrodsburg

UTC Men Drop Road Loss At Virginia Tech 63-58


University of Tennessee at Chattanooga running back Ailym Ford finished fifth in the voting for the Jerry Rice Award today. The Rice Award goes to the National Freshman of the Year at the FCS ... (click for more)

Jayce Willingham dropped 29 points and the Lee men's basketball team exploded for 54 second half points to pull away late in a 94-72 win over Campbellsville-Harrodsburg on Wednesday evening from ... (click for more)

It was a knock-down, drag-out 40-minute battle in Cassell Coliseum Wednesday night. The Chattanooga Mocs narrowly ended up on the short end of a 63-58 final at Virginia Tech. Stefan Kenic ... (click for more)


Sports

UTC's Ford Fifth In Jerry Rice Award Voting

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga running back Ailym Ford finished fifth in the voting for the Jerry Rice Award today. The Rice Award goes to the National Freshman of the Year at the FCS level. North Dakota State quarterback Trey Lance won the award with a total of 116 first place votes and 691 points overall. Ford garnered five first place nods and 132 points. The rest ... (click for more)

Willingham Leads Flames To 94-72 Win Over Campbellsville-Harrodsburg

Jayce Willingham dropped 29 points and the Lee men's basketball team exploded for 54 second half points to pull away late in a 94-72 win over Campbellsville-Harrodsburg on Wednesday evening from Walker Arena. Willingham was on fire the entire night, dazzling the home crowed with 10 of 11 shooting from the field while going a perfect 5 of 5 from beyond the arc. "Jayce was ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Suspect In Bayberry Apartments Murder Taken Into Custody In Dramatic Fashion In Courtroom; Police Give Details Of Shooting

A man who was called a suspect in murders on Sunday night at the Bayberry Apartments was taken into custody in dramatic fashion in a courtroom at the Courts Building on Thursday morning. Later in the morning, Chattanooga Police said Mark Caslin, 26, has been charged in the slayings. Police said, "During the preliminary investigation, Chattanooga Police Department officers ... (click for more)

Attorney For Janet Hinds To Seek Change Of Venue; Trial May Be In Late Summer

An attorney for the Chattanooga woman who allegedly ran over and killed law enforcement officer Nicholas Galinger said he will ask a change of venue for her. Janet Hinds, 55, will be back in court in a couple of months. She is to have her trial date decided on Feb. 3. A trial date sometime in late summer was hinted at by defense attorney Ben McGowan. Other pre-trial hearings ... (click for more)

Opinion

Don't Stem The Tide Of Refugees In Tennessee

The Trump Administration has released a new executive order that could change the way that the refugee resettlement program is run in the United States. The first - and most shocking - change that is being implemented is the huge drop in refugees being allowed in the country. For the past decade, on average, around 80,000 to 90,000 refugees have been admitted per year. According ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: So Long ‘Til Next Time

There is a famous class that I’ve heard about years at Sewanee, one that is eagerly anticipated in the theology halls of the Episcopal seminary, where those hopeful of becoming priests must come to grips with one of life’s most daunting realities. Through the years I’ve talked to several of my friends who deeply appreciated the lessons because men and women of faith are each forced ... (click for more)