Postgame Notes vs. the College of Charleston
Chattanooga Mocs Basketball Postgame Notes
College of Charleston at Chattanooga
McKenzie Arena - Chattanooga, Tenn.
Saturday - Feb. 9, 2013

- The Mocs dropped a 71-68 SoCon tilt to the College of Charleston tonight...UTC falls to 9-15 overall and 4-7 in league action...Charleston improves to 18-7 and 10-3 in the SoCon.

- Neither team led by more than eight...there were eight ties and 13 lead changes. 

- UTC had a chance to tie, but Ronrico White's desperation heave from the backcourt was just off the mark at the buzzer.

- Free throw shooting was the difference tonight...Mocs were 6-16 for a season-low 37.5% while Charleston was 16-21 (76.2%). 

- Chattanooga committed a season-low seven turnovers...third straight game with less than 10 turnovers. 

- Tonight's attendance of 4,487 was a season high. 

- The cougar's bench outscored the Mocs reserves 23-1.

Z. Mason (Jr. - F)
- Career-high and game-high 27 points.
- 17 in the first half.
- Most points by a Moc this season.
- 11-21 from the field, 4-9 from 3-pt. range and 1-3 from the FT line.
- Career-high threes made.
- Tied a career-high with 34 minutes.
- Most FGs by a Moc since Ricky Taylor had 12 vs. UNCG on Jan. 27, 2011.
- Seventh straight game in double figures.
- 5th 20+ point game of his career.

Gee McGhee (Fr. - G)
- 20 points on 7-11 shooting, 3-5 from 3-pt. range and 3-9 from the FT line.
- Team-high eight rebounds.
- Second straight game with 20+ points.
- 15th game in double figures.
- 15-23 (65.2%) from the field and 4-6 (66.7%) from behind the arc last two games.
- 34 minutes tonight...30+ minutes in each of the last four games.

Ronrico White (So. - G)
- Tied a career-high with six assists.
- Added three steals and only one turnover in 29 minutes.

Drazen Zlovaric (Sr. - F)
- 15 points on 7-11 shooting, 1-1 from the FT line.
- 23-37 (62.2%) from the floor last four games.
- Third straight game in double figures...13th this season.

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