Chattanooga welcomes Tennessee Wesleyan on Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. (E.D.T.). The match is scheduled for the UTC Tennis Courts, but will move to the indoor courts at the UTC Tennis Center in the event of inclement weather. The Bulldogs, a member of the NAIA from Athens, Tenn., are 1-7 on the year.
GoMocs.com, the official website of Chattanooga Athletics, will have live scoring available for all of the Lady Mocs' home matches this spring. A link to the live scoring for the TWC match is available on the women's tennis schedule page on GoMocs.com.
UTC is currently 7-7 overall and 3-2 in Southern Conference action. The Lady Mocs need one more SoCon win to secure their best league record since going 6-4 in 2004. Wednesday's contest with Tennessee Wesleyan will be the 150th women's match for head coach Jeff Clark. Clark is 75-74 in his seven seasons as head coach of Lady Mocs tennis.
Sophomore Jenna Nurik (Roswell, Ga.), the 2010 SoCon Freshman of the Year, has won seven of her last 10 singles matches at No. 1 and is 8-6 in spring action at the top spot. She is also one of three Lady Mocs in double-figures with a 13-11 record on the year. Freshman Alexa Flynn (Memphis, Tenn.) leads the team with a 14-8 singles record.
Junior Shaina Singh (Vancouver, B.C.) is the third Lady Moc with 10 wins. She has won three in a row and is now 13-11 on the season. Junior Emily Hangstefer (Signal Mountain, Tenn.) is 3-6 at No. 3 while fellow junior Charlotte Bossy (Koekelare, Belgium) is 5-3 at No. 5. Freshman Diana Zora (Barrancabermeja, Colombia) has been in the lineup the last two weeks and is 2-3 in dual matches.
Nurik and Singh make up UTC's top doubles team. They have won five of their last six matches and are 10-4 in the spring, 15-6 overall.
UTC faces the Eagles on Saturday, April 2, at 1:00 p.m. Georgia Southern is 8-6 overall and 2-3 in SoCon action. The Eagles are currently tied for seventh place in the league race. Ali Beavers leads the team with a 10-2 mark at No. 2 singles.
Chattanooga visits the Cougars at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 3. The College of Charleston is 11-7 overall and in second place in the SoCon at 3-0. Christin Newman leads the team with a 10-6 mark at No. 1. The Cougars have won the last two SoCon titles and are yet to surrender a point in their current three-match winning streak. Live scoring will be available on GoMocs.com for the College of Charleston match.