Mocs Basketball Season Photo Gallery - Keegan Bell
Keegan is Chattanooga's all-time assist leader with 538 which is No. 10 in SoCon history as well.
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A seven-part photo series commemorating this season's Chattanooga Mocs basketball team continues today with a photo gallery of senior Keegan Bell. Bell transferred to UTC in 2008 from Vanderbilt.

Keegan made a name for himself distributing the basketball. In fact, he is the most prolific passer in Mocs hoops history with 538 assists, 124 clear of former record holders Tim Brooks (1992-93) and Wes Moore (1996-99).

Bell holds the third, fourth and seventh-best season totals in the school's record books with 197 (2011-12), 182 (2010-11) and 159 (2009-10). The three-time Bob Cousy Award candidate ended up No. 10 all-time in Southern Conference annals with his 538 total.

Keegan had numerous highlight moments throughout his career. He produced just the third triple-double of Chattanooga's DI era with 12 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists at College of Charleston this season.

He was named the MVP of this year's Dr Pepper Classic, leading the Mocs to their 14th title in the annual event. His career-high 16 assists tied for second-best single game performance behind Gary Robb's (1993-94) 17 against Southern exactly 19 years earlier, also in the classic. Bell added 10 points and nine boards in narrowly missing another triple-double.

He saved his best perhaps for Senior Night. Keegan keyed a second-half comeback from 11 down to beat Samford. He scored all 21 points in that pivotal stretch hitting five treys and still dishing out nine assists.

Bell ended his senior campaign 15th in the nation in assists (6.2 per game). He was 24th as a junior (5.7) and No. 55 (4.8) in his first season with the Mocs.

The series concludes later this week with Ricky Taylor.

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