The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Lady Mocs Seniors (left to right): Miranda Warfield, Natalie Stephens, Katie Galloway, and Heather McDivitt

UTC Band plays at on-campus celebration in honor of the Lady Mocs

Congratulations Lady Mocs!

The Lady Mocs basketball team ended a drought of NCAA Tournament frustration and continued the nation's longest winning streak when Chattanooga beat Rutgers 74-69 at McKenzie Arena. In the next matchup, a crowd of 7,541 fans at McKenzie Arena cheered for the Lady Mocs against Vanderbilt. The Mocs defeat at the hands of the 13th ranked team does not diminish an amazing season.

UTC set school and Southern Conference records this season for overall wins (29), winning percentage (90.6), league wins (20) and home wins. Chattanooga's home-court winning streak ended at 17, which was also a school record.

Miranda Warfield finished her career with 170 3-pointers, which is a school record. Her 1,375 career points are seventh on Chattanooga's career chart. She also holds the school record for games played with 125.

Heather McDivitt finished her career with 335 assists, which is sixth on UTC's career chart.

Lady Mocs guard Katasha Brown was named the 2004 Southern Conference Player of the Year and Chattanooga coach Wes Moore was named the league's Coach of the Year in a vote of SoCon coaches. Brown is the first sophomore to receive the award since UTC's Damita Bullock in 2000. Brown and teammates Tiffani Roberson and Miranda Warfield were named to the 2004 All-Southern Conference Team.

Members of the Southern Conference Sports Media Association honored the league’s top players a day after the coaches made their picks. They named Katasha Brown the 2004 Southern Conference Player of the Year and Wes Moore the league’s Coach of the Year. The writers also picked three Lady Mocs on the All-Conference Teams: Katie Galloway, Tiffani Roberson and Brown. Galloway and Brown were named to the All-SoCon First Team, while Roberson was on the Second Team.