Gene Henley (Reporter)
Gene has been with the Times Free Press since July 2008. Prior to that, he spent three years covering sports for the Cleveland Daily Banner. He now covers UTC athletics, focusing on football and basketball. Gene spent three years playing college basketball, then played a year of semi-professional before starting with the Cleveland Daily Banner in 2005. His passion is basketball, but he loves all sports of all kinds. He does consider himself a fan of the Bulls (NBA), 49ers (NFL) and Cubs (MLB) at the professional level. Gene lives in Cleveland and has a 12-year old son, Judah.
Entering the fourth quarter of Saturday's 30-10 loss to Mercer, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga senior receiver Alphonso Stewart walked...
When asked who was the pattern for his basketball game, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga freshman forward James Lewis Jr....
It's always something.
The walk back to the locker room was another long, quiet one for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football...
After Saturday's third consecutive loss by 20 points or more, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football coach Tom Arth raised...
The first six games of this season, Dale Warren was a spectator for University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football games.
It was supposed to be a year of learning for freshman Cole Copeland at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Plenty of changes at quarterback. Plenty of new faces on the offensive line.
Rochelle Lee won't be able to escape the comparisons.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga volleyball team picked the wrong set to have a slow start.
When asked about the next month's set of games Tuesday, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga defensive tackle Derek Mahaffey had...
Mercer has been in this position before — coming off a big performance against a good football team.
Ally Ford has spent much of her University of Tennessee at Chattanooga volleyball career watching others perform.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football defense was carved up last Saturday by Furman.
Jonathan Bryant looks the part.
The woes of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga rushing attack have been on full display all season.
Furman decided it was going to run on the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team.
Cole Copeland was good Saturday.
True freshman Cole Copeland had 317 yards and two touchdowns in his first start in the 24-point loss.
During the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's first evening football practice of the preseason, Tom Arth was throwing passes to...