UTC Golfers On The Road This Week

Sunday, March 7, 2021
The Chattanooga Mocs head south for their next 54-hole foray. The ladies are going back to a frequent spot on the schedule card, the UNF Collegiate. The 17-team field tackles Jacksonville Golf & Country Club over a two-day span.

The 5-person lineup that had promising fall finishes is back together for the first time this spring. Esme Hamilton headlines the squad with four top 15 endings in six starts thus far. She entered 2020-21 with three over his first 17 events.

Dorota Zalewska is back for her second outing of the spring after missing the first at Trinity Forest.
She collected her first career win back in October at the Terrier Intercollegiate.

Newcomer trio of Beatriz Barrios, Daphne van Son and Rachel Thompson complete the quintet. Thompson missed the Reynolds Lake Oconee Invite due to a nick. All three display the potential to get the Mocs into contention by April’s postseason play.

Monday’s 36-hole marathon starts with an 8:30 a.m., shotgun start on the sixth hole for Chattanooga. Tuesday’s final 18 is also a shotgun start coming 15 minutes later with starting location determined by first day results. Teams play in a single grouping from the same tee box separating into two pairings. Links to stats/notes and live scoring are above.

Moc Golfers Fifth At Mountaineer Invitational

Covenant Tennis Wins 7-2 At Transylvania

Randy Smith: The Nightmare At Lake Point


The Chattanooga Mocs finished fifth Tuesday at the Mountaineer Invitational. The Mocs shot 299 over the final 18 to complete the two-day, 54-hole event with a total of 900. Gabe Hunter shot ... (click for more)

The Covenant men's tennis team defeated Transylvania on the road 7-2 Tuesday afternoon. The win marks the Scots' fourth consecutive victory. Covenant recorded its first victory in the No. ... (click for more)

Just off I-75 near the town of Emerson, Georgia lies a state of the art sports facility, complete with dozens of baseball/softball fields, soccer fields and even a beach volleyball venue. There ... (click for more)



Sports

Moc Golfers Fifth At Mountaineer Invitational

The Chattanooga Mocs finished fifth Tuesday at the Mountaineer Invitational. The Mocs shot 299 over the final 18 to complete the two-day, 54-hole event with a total of 900. Gabe Hunter shot 71 to lead the way. They got 75s from A.J. Lintunen and Matt Smith with the addition of 78 by Paul Conroy and Connor Nolan. Alex Cobb ended with 84. Hunter tied for third overall finishing ... (click for more)

Covenant Tennis Wins 7-2 At Transylvania

The Covenant men's tennis team defeated Transylvania on the road 7-2 Tuesday afternoon. The win marks the Scots' fourth consecutive victory. Covenant recorded its first victory in the No. 3 slot, as Ethan Gibson and Gill Dunn defeated Jon-Michael Schulte and Jared Wells, 8-4. The Pioneers won the next two doubles matches very closely, both going into tie breaks. Ben Luke ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Tim Kelly Is New Chattanooga Mayor; Jenny Hill, Isiah Hester Win City Council Races

Tim Kelly was far ahead in the Chattanooga mayor's runoff election after early vote totals and the first 20 precincts were released. He quickly declared himself the winner, and he finished ahead by over 5,000 votes. He won 15,966 to 10,661. Among early voters, it was Kelly 8,623 to 4,988 for Kim White, former president of the River City Company who was vying to be the city's ... (click for more)

Baptiste Group Says It Will Serve Migrant Children Instead Of Public Schools; Up To 100 Children To Be Housed At Former Temple Dorm

The Baptiste Group says it will serve migrant children it is bringing to a former Tennessee Temple dorm, and they will not be going to public schools. The group, in paperwork filed with the state, says up to 100 children will be at the site in Highland Park. The Baptiste Group said it entered a contract with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for refugee resettlement. ... (click for more)

Opinion

What Silverdale Baptist Academy Taught Me About Race

It was a cold winter morning when we stepped off the bus. Like any fourth grade student, taking a day off school to go on a field trip presented me with endless potential to have fun and get into mischief. I was told to line up while they gave out tickets, and I walked with my classmates into Memorial Auditorium talking with my friends about football, video games, and whatever else ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Kelly Gallops To Mayor

Tim Kelly, betting heavily on himself by spending over $1 million of his own money and divesting of a widely respected auto dealership in order to be fully focused, was hailed as a winner Tuesday night. The personable Kelly was greeted with open arms as Chattanooga’s newest Mayor when he outlasted another quite capable candidate, Kim White. In what was expected to be a nose-to-nose ... (click for more)