Game Time Set For UTC Semifinal vs Furman

Monday, April 5, 2021
 The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women’s soccer team will travel Saturday, April 10 to Greenville, S.C., to take on Furman in the semifinal round of the Southern Conference Tournament. The match is set to kickoff at 7:00 p.m. at Stone Stadium.

The Mocs finished 6-2-1 against the league for its best finish in program history in third place. Furman went 6-0-2 against the conference for a second-place finish.

The Southern Conference Championships this season was pared down to four teams due to cost-saving measures by the league related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Samford finished first in the standings and will host Mercer Friday at 2:00 p.m. The highest remaining seed will host the final the following weekend. The team that wins the tournament will earn the automatic bid to the NCAA Women’s Soccer Championships.

City Of Chattanooga Adult Softball Signup Information Announced

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Here is information on the City of Chattanooga Adult Softball program: * Entry Fee - $450 * Registration period - April 23 through June 7 * $100 non-refundable deposit due (payable to ... (click for more)

A pair of University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's tennis student-athletes earned postseason recognition from the Southern Conference, the league office announced today. Junior Emma Van ... (click for more)

Following yesterday's 1-0 upset win over SEC-member Auburn, the Chattanooga Mocs softball program is offering $10 season ticket deposits for the upcoming 2022 season. In addition, all deposits ... (click for more)



Sports

City Of Chattanooga Adult Softball Signup Information Announced

Here is information on the City of Chattanooga Adult Softball program: * Entry Fee - $450 * Registration period - April 23 through June 7 * $100 non-refundable deposit due (payable to the City of Chattanooga) by June 7 * Coaches meeting and $350 balance is due June 15 * Season start week of June 21 Games will be played at the Summit of Softball complex. (click for more)

UTC's Van Hee, Young Named To Women's All-SoCon Tennis Teams

A pair of University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's tennis student-athletes earned postseason recognition from the Southern Conference, the league office announced today. Junior Emma Van Hee was a second team All-SoCon pick in singles, while Jessie Young made the SoCon All-Freshman Team. "Jessie and Emma led the program this season," stated head coach Chad Camper . "Playing ... (click for more)

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Hamilton County Schools Announce New Principals

As the district looks to the 2021-2022 school year, Hamilton County Schools announced several personnel updates Thursday, including new principals. Crystal Sorrells has been named the principal at Brainerd High School. She previously served as principal of East Ridge High School and was named 2021 Principal of the Year for Hamilton County Schools. Ms. Sorrells, a Brainerd ... (click for more)

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Aftermath Of The "George Floyd" Trial - And Response

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