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McKenzie Arena
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Chattanooga,Tennessee

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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Upcoming Events
27 Jan 22 Chattanooga  -  Wofford
29 Jan 22 The Citadel  -  Chattanooga
03 Feb 22 Samford  -  Chattanooga
05 Feb 22 Chattanooga  -  Mercer
08 Feb 22 Mercer  -  Chattanooga

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22 Jan 22 VMI  74 - 78  Chattanooga
21 Jan 22 UNC Greensboro  64 - 72  Chattanooga
15 Jan 22 Chattanooga  71 - 69  Furman
13 Jan 22 Western Carolina  70 - 59  Chattanooga
08 Jan 22 Chattanooga  85 - 67  The Citadel

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The Chattanooga Mocs men's basketball team represents the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in NCAA Division I men's competition. The Mocs won the 1977 NCAA Men's Division II Basketball Tournament, while completing their transition from Division II to Division I. They are well known for being the original Cinderella in the NCAA Tournament. During the 1997 tournament they progressed to the Sweet Sixteen by defeating both Georgia and Illinois. They eventually lost to Providence.
The Mocs have appeared in the NCAA Division I Tournament 11 times. Their combined record is 3–11.

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McKenzie Arena (also called "The Roundhouse") is the primary basketball arena for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) in Chattanooga in the U.S. state of Tennessee. It replaced Maclellan Gymnasium, a 4,177-seat gymnasium now used for women's volleyball and wrestling. Originally called UTC Arena, it was renamed McKenzie Arena on February 21, 2000 in honor of athletic supporters Toby and Brenda McKenzie of Cleveland, Tennessee. The arena opened on October 8, 1982.

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