Chattanooga Women Host UNC Greensboro Saturday

Friday, January 21, 2022

The Chattanooga women’s basketball team will look to keep the excitement going Saturday afternoon against UNC Greensboro at The McKenzie Arena.

Chattanooga is riding a three-game win streak and sitting third in the Southern Conference standings after claiming its 900th program win against Western Carolina on Thursday. The Mocs are 5-14 overall and 3-1 in league play. UNCG is 5-11 on the year and 1-2 against the league. The Spartans had to postpone its opening weekend of SoCon play due to COVID-19 protocols within the program.

Purchase tickets online at GoMocs.com or at The McKenzie Arena box office.

This will be the 59th meeting between the Mocs and Spartans. UTC leads the series 47-11 and are 39-7 against the Spartans in the SoCon regular season. The Mocs lead UNCG 21-4 at home and have split the last eight games 4-4. The two teams split the series last season played at the Roundhouse due to COVID-19 rescheduling.

UTC hosted the Spartans and the two teams split the series played two days apart due to COVID-19 protocols. UTC won the first and UNCG took the second.


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