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2012-13 CHATTANOOGA BASKETBALL THE “ROUNDHOUSE” The Mocs have compiled an overall record of 338-85 in home games at the Arena, a winning percentage of .799. Throughout its history, McKenzie Arena has seen crowds averDATE ATTENDANCE OPPONENT RESULT age around the 5,000-range for its 423 Mocs games. Chattanooga has topped the 10,0001) 2/15/92 10,915 East Tennessee State L, 67-83 mark 11 times, including a sellout of 11,221 against Tennessee on Dec. 4, 2007. 2) 2/16/87 10,727 Marshall W, 82-78 Defending National 3) 2/4/84 10,491 Marshall L, 67-75 TOP 5 CROWDS TO SEE THE MOCS PLAY 4) 2/5/94 10,205 East Tennessee State W, 86-84 Champion North Carolina DATE ATTENDANCE OPPONENT RESULT 5) 1/21/91 10,121 East Tennessee State W, 76-74 also visited the UTC Arena 6) 3/5/83 9,783 Western Carolina W, 76-63 1) 12/15/90 23,960 at Kentucky L, 70-86 during the 1982-83 season. 7) 1/14/89 9,514 Marshall W, 99-75 2) 12/3/88 20,635 at Tennessee L, 76-91 The Tar Heels, who boasted 3) 2/24/85 8) 2/5/83 9,284 Marshall W, 88-71 19,172 at Louisville L, 66-71 such players as Brad 9) 2/21/85 9,253 Marshall W, 80-73 4) 3/17/94 18,700 Kansas (1) L, 73-102 10) 1/28/09 9,234 Davidson L, 70-92 Daugherty, Sam Perkins 5) 3/19/09 18,322 Connecticut (2) L, 47-103 11) 2/22/97 9,211 Marshall W, 92-72 and a sophomore named Largest Crowd to see a Mocs Win: 12) 1/8/94 9,108 Marshall W, 92-81 Michael Jordan, managed a 14,864 in NCAA 2nd Round; Charlotte, N.C. (3/16/97) def. Illinois 75-63 13) 2/27/90 8,927 The Citadel W, 79-70 seven-point victory, 73-66. (1) NCAA First Round; Lexington, Ky. 14) 2/26/91 8,926 Furman W, 79-74 (2) NCAA West Regional; Philadelphia, Pa. UTC’s Willie White, who 15) 2/13/99 8,833 College of Charleston L, 53-58 16) 1/24/83 8,559 East Tennessee State W, 78-66 would also go on to play 17) 1/30/88 8,330 Marshall W, 94-55 professionally, netted 26 points. Jordan finished with 27 points. 18) 2/20/93 8,220 Western Carolina W, 85-66 The Arena has had many other future NBA stars on its court, including current NBA 19) 2/10/97 8,005 The Citadel W, 71-59 players Stephen Curry (Davidson), Kevin Martin (Western Carolina), Derrick Favors and Gani 20) 1/15/83 7,967 Davidson W, 71-63 Lawal (Georgia Tech) and Jason 21) 1/27/93 7,927 East Tennessee State W, 87-77 YEAR-BY-YEAR IN MCKENZIE ARENA 22) 1/22/94 7,922 Georgia Southern W, 83-78 Smith (Colorado State). The YEAR GAMES ATT. AVG. HOME RECORD 23) 1/15/94 7,715 Western Carolina W, 78-68 NBA’s Atlanta Hawks held their 1982-83 16 119,753 7,485 14-2 24) 2/4/89 7,504 East Tennessee State W, 74-73 mini-camp in the Arena for 1983-84 16 91,682 5,730 15-1 25) 2/22/86 7,451 Furman L, 65-68 two summers. 1984-85 16 90,191 5,636 15-1 1985-86 17 89,723 5,277 12-5 The Arena has also supplied some major entertainment entertainmen acts for the city of Chatta16 105,983 6,623 15-1 nooga. In addition to ice shows, rodeos and circuses, the Arena has also set a stage for such 1986-87 14 85,783 6,127 12-2 performers as Rod Stewart, Barry Manilow, Cher, Billy Joel and Alabama. Kenny Rogers was 1987-88 1988-89 14 79,944 6,149 11-3 the building’s first event, performing for a crowd of 12,000 on Oct. 8, 1982. 1989-90 16 66,085 4,130 9-7 The Arena’s most recent events have been concerts by Elton John, Aerosmith, the Red 1990-91 16 86,302 5,393 13-3 1991-92 14 72,966 5,211 13-1 Hot Chili Peppers, Shania Twain, Maroon 5, Carrie Underwood and many other national 1992-93 16 87,882 5,493 15-1 acts. 1993-94 14 87,526 6,252 14-0 McKenzie Arena 1994-95 14 85,351 6,097 12-2 served as the host loca- 1995-96 15 92,138 6,143 11-4 tion for the Southern 1996-97 16 90,434 5,652 14-2 14 67,770 4,841 10-4 Conference Men’s and 1997-98 1998-99 14 58,444 4,175 10-4 Women’s Basketball 1999-2000 14 52,601 3,757 7-7 Tournaments in 2005, 2000-01 14 49,263 3,519 12-2 2009 and 2011. 2001-02 14 44,597 3,186 12-2

LARGEST ARENA SOCON CROWDS

2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

14 14 16 15 16 16 16 16 16 17 456

61,594 60,487 68,539 54,735 51,185 67,725 64,634 55,866 54,142 50,205 2,193,530

4,400 4,321 4,284 3,650 3,199 4,233 4,040 3,492 3,384 2,953 4,810

11-3 10-4 13-3 12-3 9-7 13-3 13-3 11-5 10-6 11-6 359-97 (.787)

25-year Anniversary Team Announced Feb. 23, 2008 Brandon Born (1992-95), Tim Brooks, (1992-93), Lance Fulse (1985-88), Willie White (1981-84) and Gerald Wilkins (1983-85). Left: DI era all-time leading scorer Willie White. @GoMocsMBB

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2012-13 Chattanooga Mocs Basketball Guide  
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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