Chattanooga Volleyball Hits The Road To The Citadel

Friday, March 5, 2021

The Chattanooga Mocs volleyball team hits the road for the first time in three weeks, this time traveling to Charleston, S.C., for a two-match season series against The Citadel on Sunday and Monday. Both matches will be streamed LIVE on ESPN+.
 
Chattanooga (5-7, 3-7 SoCon) looks to bounce back from last weekend’s pair of losses to Mercer while The Citadel (3-10, 1-7 SoCon) aims to snap a six-match losing skid.

The two teams have been evenly matched over recent history, battling to five sets in six of the last nine overall matchups.

Streaming links (when available) can be found both on the schedule page or inside the 'Go Mocs' app presented by First Bank. The 'Go Mocs' app is available for Apple IOS and Android devices, and can be downloaded here, or by searching for "Chattanooga Mocs Athletics" in the App Store or Google Play.

Full match information is below.
 
MATCH INFORMATION
Chattanooga (5-7, 3-7 SoCon) · The Citadel (3-10, 1-7 SoCon)
TV: ESPN+ · 3 & 5:00 p.m. ET (Sunday & Monday)
Site: McAlister Field House (6,000) · Charleston, S.C.

SERIES HISTORY
UTC leads 31-3
Streak: CIT, W1
Last Meeting: at CIT 3, UTC 0 (11/19/19)*

*Southern Conference Tournament Opening Round
 
MATCH NOTES
ABOUT CHATTANOOGA

Chattanooga (5-7, 3-7 SoCon) suffered a pair of four-set losses to a red-hot Mercer (8-5, 7-1) squad last weekend at home inside Macellan Gymnasium. After starting the season 4-0, UTC has now dropped seven of the last eight with its lone win coming against Furman on February 22.

 

ABOUT THE CITADEL

The Citadel (3-10, 1-7 SoCon) enters the weekend looking to snap a six-match losing skid. The Bulldogs split the SoCon-opening, two-match series with Western Carolina on February 1-2 before dropping the next three series’ to Furman, Mercer and Wofford.

 

TIGHT SERIES HISTORY WITH THE CITADEL

Chattanooga and The Citadel have reached five sets in three out of the last four meetings and six of the last nine. UTC holds a 6-3 record over that stretch, however, The Citadel has won three of the last five matchups including a 3-0 sweep in the play-in game of the 2019 Southern Conference Tournament last season.
  
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