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2010-11 YEAR IN REVIEW

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MOORE GETS 500TH CAREER WIN

• Head Coach Wes Moore • 17-14 Overall • 13-7 SoCon • 3rd • Wes Moore became the ninth fastest in NCAA history, 43rd overall to record 500 career wins...also posted his 300th win at UTC. • Despite returning just four players from the previous season, the Lady Mocs finished third in the league...UTC advanced to the semifinals of the SoCon Tournament, falling by one point in overtime to eventual champion Samford.

Sophomore Kayla Christopher was an All-SoCon pick by the league’s coaches and a member of the Academic All-SoCon team.

• Junior Whitney Hood and sophomore Kayla Christopher were named to the All-SoCon Coaches team...Hood was also named to the All-SoCon Media First Team...sophomore Kylie Lambert was named to the SoCon All-Tournament Second Team. • Whitney Hood became the fifth straight Lady Moc to lead the SoCon in scoring (18.8 ppg)...584 points is the sixth most scored in UTC history in a season...she was also second in the SoCon in field goal percentage (.525) • Kayla Christopher moved up to No. 8 all-time in made 3-pointers at UTC...she was also a member of the SoCon Winter All-Academic Team. • The Lady Mocs led the Southern Conference in home attendance, averaging 1,954 fans per game at McKenzie Arena. Georgia Southern was a distant second with a 705 home game average.

Head Coach Wes Moore won his 500th career game and his 300th at UTC during the 2010-11 season.

• Junior Bailey Dewart won the 2011 SoCon Ann Lashley Inspiration Award.

Junior Whitney Hood led the SoCon in scoring, averaging 18.8 ppg dur- After coming back from a number of knee surgeries, Bailey Dewart ing the 2010-11 campaign. won the Ann Lashley Inspiration Award from the SoCon.

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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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