Men’s Basketball Loses Against Wofford, 64-74

Makale Foreman

Chattanooga Men’s basketball lost a hard-fought game last Saturday against Wofford, 64-74. The Mocs were without starting point guard, Rodney Chatman, due to injury, leaving the Mocs with only seven players eligible.

Sophomore guard, Makale Foreman, got his first start as a point guard and shot a team high 18 points on the night.

Juniors Nat Dixon and Makinde London added 28 points for the Mocs, but the team effort was put into defense.

Covering Wofford’s Fletcher Magee was a challenge the Mocs the whole game. Magee posted a career high 45 points, scoring over half of Wofford’s final score. Chattanooga is now nine and twenty overall.

Nat Dixon
Makinde London

With just two games left in regular season play, the Mocs look for wins against UNCG tonight and VMI Saturday before they move into the Southern Conference Tournament. Count on us to keep you updated with all Chattanooga Basketball action.

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