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2012-13 CHATTANOOGA BASKETBALL 2011-12 SPORT-BY-SPORT RECAP The 2010-11 athletics season at Chattanooga included three SoCon titles and seven postseason appearances. The Mocs had seven individuals claim league championships, and two SoCon Player of the Years. Chattanooga had one SoCon Coach of the Year recipient, three athletic All-Americans and one CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-American along with six All-District selections. Men’s Basketball (John Shulman, head coach) - 11-21, 5-13 SoCon North/6th • Ricky Taylor scored his 1,000th career point on a three-pointer in the Mocs’ first round Dr Pepper Classic win over Longwood (12/29/11). His 1,225 points ranks sixth in the DI era. • Keegan Bell set the Chattanooga record for assists in a career with 538. His total of 197 was the third-best season in school history. • Omar Wattad ended his two-year career fourth in three-pointers made at UTC with 168. He tallied 820 points over those two seasons which is No. 30 on the DI era scoring list. • Junior forward Drazen Zlovaric made SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays with his slam dunk to open the Mocs’ home win over Elon (Feb. 9). • Chattanooga led the SoCon in assists (14.3/game) and field goal percentage defense (40.7%). Bell led the league in assists (6.2/game) and assist-to-turnover ratio (2.2).

• Chattanooga had seven members earn All-SoCon honors according to the league coaches. The Mocs put three on the first team and four on the second squad. Joel Bradford was the only offensive player chosen (2nd team). Linebackers Wes Dothard and Ryan Consiglio were joined on the first team defense by end Josh Williams. Three defensive backs made the second team (Chris Lewis-Harris, D.J. Key and Kadeem Wise). • Quaterback B.J. Coleman was taken by the Green Bay Packers in the seventh round of the NFL Draft. The Chattanooga native is the Mocs’ all-time leader with 52 TD passes.

Men’s Golf (Mark Guhne, head coach) 1st SoCon • 1st NCAA Regional • 18th at the NCAA Championships • Chattanooga and Stephan Jaeger swept titles at the SoCon and NCAA Bowling Green Regional for the strongest postseason showing in school history. • Jaeger ran away with both medalist honors tying Brad Faxon’s (Furman) league record (11-shot win) at the SoCon Championship before a four-stroke triumph at regionals. • Jaeger is the first three-time SoCon Golfer of the Year in league history. He also became the Mocs’ first 1st Team PING All-American. • Jaeger ended the season ranked No. 12 in the nation in the Golfweek/Sagarin Poll. Steven Fox was No. 89 on Golfstat. Women’s Basketball (Wes Moore, head coach) - 22-10, 16-4/3rd SoCon • UTC shot its third-best stroke average of all-time (292.81). Jaeger bested his own record • The Lady Mocs advanced to postseason play for the 12th time in 13 years with an posting a 71.14. He holds virtually every school record with career marks of 72.10 strokes invitation to the WNIT. per 18, four wins, 69 par or better rounds, 29 cards in the 60s, finish pct. (78.5%) and • Senior Whitney Hood, junior Kayla Christopher and sophomore Taylor Hall were named to counting pct. (94.1%). His 13-under par total of 203 winning the NCAA Bowling Green the All-SoCon Coaches Team. Hall was named to the SoCon All-Tournament Second Team. Regional set the 54-hole standard. • Seven Chattanooga women’s basketball players were named to the SoCon Academic Women’s Golf (Colette Murray, head coach) - 1st SoCon • 19th NCAA Regional Honor Roll. Six players were named to the Fall Dean’s List and 10 earned a spot on the • It was a third SoCon Championship in a row for the Mocs with a second straight sweep Athletics Director’s Honor Roll. In the Spring, four were named to the Dean’s List with of team and individual honors. nine on the Honor Roll. • Sophomore Jordan Britt captured her first collegiate win at the SoCon. It marked back• The Lady Mocs led the SoCon in home attendance, averaging 1,883 fans per game. Georgia to-back medalist honors as former UTC student-athlete Emma de Groot won in 2011 by Southern was a distant second with a 649 home game average. three over Britt. Britt’s total of 222 matched her 2011 effort claiming a three-shot win over Cross Country (Bill Gautier, head coach) Fanny Cnops (UNCG) who was ranked No. 32 in the country at the time. Britt was named Men (5th SoCon/9th NCAA Reg.) • Women (11th SoCon/26th NCAA Reg.) to the All-SoCon team, while Mette Kryger nabbed All-Freshman honors. • Senior Chris Berry and sophomore Lucas Cotter were named All-SoCon First Team while • The Mocs made their fifth NCAA postseason appearance in as many seasons at the NCAA junior Mark Cole was named Second Team All-SoCon. East Regional in State College, Pa. Chattanooga finished 19th, while individually, Maria • Chris Berry earned NCAA All-Region First Team honors with an eighth place finish at the Juliana Loza tied for 19th at plus five (221). South Region Meet. He is the 11th Moc to earn an automatic bid and the 13th to compete • UTC ranked among the smartest teams in the nation according to the National Golf at the NCAA Championships. Coaches Association. The Mocs recorded a 3.621 grade-point-average which was 21st • Lucas Cotter earned All-Region Second Team honors placing 26th overall at the NCAA overall, 10th among NCAA Division I programs. NGCA All-American Scholars Loza and Regionals. Kryger led the effort. Every member of the 2011-12 squad made the Dean’s List. Loza • The men’s earned the USTFCCCA All-Academic Team honor after posting a 3.81 g.p.a., was the 2012 Dayle May Award winner. the highest mark in the nation. Chris Berry was named to the men’s All-Academic Soccer (J.D. Kyzer, head coach) - 6-10-2, 1-9-1 SoCon/11th Individual Team. • Junior Becca Smith was named to the All-SoCon second team, finishing with a league• The women’s team had the fifth highest g.p.a. in the nation and was named All-Academic high and school-record-tying 16 goals. She also lead the league in scoring, breaking the by the USTFCCCA. The Lady Mocs posted a team g.p.a. of 3.73. single-season school record with 37 points overall. Football (Russ Huesman, head coach) - 5-6, 3-5/T6th SoCon • Senior Donna-Kay Henry was named to the All-SoCon first team, finishing with six goals • Chattanooga was just four plays away from being 9-2 overall and tied for the SoCon and eight assists. She is the school’s first four-time all-conference selection. regular season title. However, the Mocs finished the season 3-5 in the conference thanks • Eleven team members made the Academic All-SoCon team, including Andria Aurand, to four losses by a total of five points and five losses by a combined 12 points. Danielle Barr, Kelly Crew, Samantha Eitner, Shelby Farmer, Donna-Kay Henry, Crystal • UTC was No. 1 in the SoCon and No. 2 in the nation in opponent 1st downs - 15.1/game; Mackezyk, Marlee Maynard, Becca Smith, Kelsey Swann and Becky VanHorn. No. 1 in the SoCon and No. 2 in the nation in pass defense - 140.8 yards/game and No. 1 • Lady Mocs had four student athletes with a perfect 4.0 GPA in the fall and spring in the SoCon and No. 5 in the nation in pass efficiency defense - 100.15. semesters. Eleven team members were named to the Dean’s List in the fall and 10 made • Linebacker Wes Dothard was named First Team All-American while quarterback Terrell it in the spring. Robinson was the SoCon Freshman of the Year. • Junior Becca Smith was named CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District.

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2012-13 Chattanooga Mocs Basketball Guide  

An in-depth publication on the Chattanooga Mocs basketball program. Complete information on this year's team as well as the rich tradition o...

2012-13 Chattanooga Mocs Basketball Guide  

An in-depth publication on the Chattanooga Mocs basketball program. Complete information on this year's team as well as the rich tradition o...

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