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2010-11 YEAR IN REVIEW

MEN’S BASKETBALL SOCON NORTH DIVISION CHAMPS

• Head Coach John Shulman • 16-16 Overall • 12-6 SoCon • T1st/North • 2011 SoCon North Division co-Champions • The Mocs captured their 28th championship in 34 seasons in the Southern Conference tying for the North Division crown... that is by far the most by any school in the league over that time span with Davidson second with 17...it was their eighth divisional title. • Chattanooga has won four North Division championships in John Shulman’s seven seasons as head coach, including three of the last four. UTC’s three in the last four years is the most in the league ahead of Appalachian State (2), Western Carolina (2), Davidson (2), Wofford (2) and College of Charleston (1). The four in seven years is also the most in the SoCon during his tenure (tied by Davidson), while two tournament crowns is second only to Davidson’s (2006-08) three.

Junior Ricky Taylor ended 2010-11 just 164 points shy of becoming the 18th Moc student-athlete to eclipse 1,000 in a career.

• The Mocs were 13-0 when leading with five minutes to play in 2010-11 and is an astonishing 109-5 (.956) during Shulman’s seven years on the bench. • Point guard Keegan Bell was named to the Bob Cousy Award watch list given to the nation’s top point guard. His 182 assists in 2010-11 is the third most in school history for a season and he is just 73 assists behind Tim Brooks (1992-93) and Wes Moore (1996-99) for the career record at 414. Bell and Omar Wattad were named to All-SoCon teams. • Ricky Taylor scored a McKenzie Arena record for a SoCon game with 41 points in the double overtime win over UNC Greensboro. He is 164 points shy of becoming the 18th Moc student-athlete to score 1,000 points in the DI era.

Junior Keegan Bell was named to the Bob Cousy Award watch list for the nation’s top point guard.

Junior Chris Early enjoyed his first full season as a starter for the Mocs. Junior Omar Wattad led the Mocs in scoring earning All-SoCon honors He is the top returning rebounder for 2011-12. along with Keegan Bell.

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2010-11 Chattanooga Mocs Year in Review  

This is the most comprehensive annual recap of all aspects of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Program.

2010-11 Chattanooga Mocs Year in Review  

This is the most comprehensive annual recap of all aspects of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Program.

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