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PostPosted: 07/25/19 5:53 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Virginia Women's Basketball 2019-20 Non-Conference Schedule

DATE OPPONENT LOCATION
Tuesday, Nov. 5 BUCKNELL JPJ
Saturday, Nov. 9 at USC Los Angeles, Calif.
Tuesday, Nov. 12 at CSUN Northridge, Calif.
Saturday, Nov. 16 KENTUCKY JPJ
Tuesday, Nov. 19 at UConn Storrs, Conn.
Sunday, Nov. 24 OLD DOMINION JPJ

CAVALIER CLASSIC TOURNAMENT
Saturday, Nov. 30 JAMES MADISON JPJ
UCLA vs. UCF JPJ
Sunday, Dec. 1 UCLA JPJ
JMU vs UCF JPJ

BIG TEN/ACC CHALLENGE
Thursday, Dec. 5 at Rutgers New Brunswick, N.J.

DUEL IN THE DESERT
Friday, Dec. 20 vs UNLV Las Vegas, Nev.
Saturday, Dec. 21 vs Mississippi State or Las Vegas, Nev.
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Maine

Fans will get their first look at the Black Bears at the Cross Insurance Center on Oct. 27 when Maine hosts Stonehill in exhibition action. The Black Bears then take to the road where they will officially open the 2019 regular season slate at Delaware on Nov. 8. Maine remains on the road on Nov. 11 when it takes on Brown in Providence.

The back-to-back defending America East Champion Black Bears open the regular season home schedule on Sunday, Nov. 17 when they host former America East league foe Boston University. A rematch of last season's NCAA First Round match-up takes place when UMaine hits the road for a meeting at NC State on Nov. 19.

The Black Bears meet Navy on Nov. 25 at the Portland Expo in what will mark Maine's first contest at the Expo since a 2012 contest against Rhode Island. Portland has been friendly to the Black Bears of late as UMaine went 4-0 in America East postseason contests held at the Cross Insurance Arena in 2016 and 2017.

Maine will begin competition with a competitive field at the Gulf Coast Showcase when it takes on Arizona State, which advanced to the Sweet Sixteen in last year's NCAA Tournament, on Nov. 29 in Estero, Florida. Two more Gulf Coast Showcase dates are set for Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 with those opponents to be determined by the first round Showcase results. In round two, Maine will either take on Drake or Purdue.

Action returns to the Cross Insurance Center for a two-game homestand when the Black Bears host Husson University on Dec. 4 and 2019 Women's National Invitational Tournament (WNIT) participant Harvard on Dec. 7.

Maine takes on its third Ivy League opponent of the year when it travels to Dartmouth on Dec. 10.

The University of Wisconsin Green Bay visits the Cross Insurance Center on Dec. 13 to begin another two game homestand against a pair of teams who participated in the 2019 WNIT. The home series concludes with a date against longtime rival Northeastern on Dec. 21.

Maine will wrap-up its non-conference slate on Dec. 30 with a trip to former league rival Drexel which posted 24 wins a year ago before falling in the Colonial Athletic Association title game.


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PostPosted: 07/25/19 12:41 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Duke


mzonefan posted Duke's 2019-20 non-conference schedule. GoDuke.com issued a release with a few blurbs/sentences about each of Duke's non-conference opponents this year.

2019-20 NON-CONFERENCE SCHEDULE
(excerpts/analysis below from GoDuke.com link)

vs. High Points | Nov. 5 – 7 pm
Duke takes on High Point in the season and home-opener, taking on the Panthers for just the second time in the history of the two teams. The first meeting came two years prior, as the Blue Devils controlled the game for a 77-50 win in Cameron Indoor Stadium in the 2017-18 season matchup.

at Texas A&M | Nov. 10 – TBA
Three Blue Devils will return to their home state when the Blue Devils take on the Aggies in early November. Uchenna Nwoke (Grand Prairie), Kyra Lambert (Cibolo) and Jade Williams (The Colony) will all get to see family and friends in the early season matchup. Duke will look for its first win against the Texas squad in the Lone Star State, having lost their previous three games in Reed Arena. Texas A&M holds a 5-1 advantage in the series as it returns Chennedy Carter, who averaged 23.3 points per game for head coach Gary Blair’s side.

at UNLV | Nov. 14 – TBA
Matching up against the Runnin’ Rebels for the second time in as many years, Duke heads out west in an attempt to assert the same dominance shown in the game at Cameron just a year ago. The Blue Devils took care of business in the only matchup between the two to date, grabbing a 66-38 win. UNLV was 9-8 when defending their home court last season while Duke was 4-8 in road contests.

vs. Northwestern | Nov.17 – TBA
The first of two non-conference matchups between Big Ten foes, Duke hosts Northwestern in just the second time that the two sides have faced each other. The Blue Devils look to grab revenge after the Wildcats defended their home court to a comfortable win in Evanston just last year. A 1987 graduate of Northwestern, Blue Devil head coach Joanne P. McCallie looks to get one back on her alma mater. Her son, Jack, will be a sophomore at Northwestern in the fall of 2019.

vs. Idaho State | Nov. 21 – 7 pm
Meeting for the first time, Duke welcomes Idaho State to Cameron Indoor Stadium for the second of five straight home games. The Bengals posted a 15-5 conference record in the Big Sky last season, one game off regular-season champions Idaho. Idaho State posted a 9-6 record away from Reed Gym.

vs. Troy | Nov. 24 – 2 pm
In another first meeting between teams, Troy makes the trip from Alabama to take on the Blue Devils. Playing in front of the Cameron Crazies was one of the Blue Devils’ strong suits last year, going 9-4 in the friendly confines of their home court. Troy had a 22-9 record in the 2018-19 campaign, posting a 13-5 record in Sun Belt play.

vs. Davidson | Nov. 27 – 7pm
Meeting for the first time since 2004, Duke will welcome Davidson to Durham for the fourth time in history. Duke holds a 3-1 record over Davidson, including wins in the last three matchups. The home team has won each game in the history of the series. The Wildcats have been building a winning formula over the last few years, going from a 6-23 campaign in 2016-17 to their first winning record since the 2012-13 season, with a 17-15 mark.

vs. Penn. | Nov. 29 – 1 pm
Undefeated in all three meetings, Duke finishes its five-game homestand against Penn. While the first meeting came in 1984, the two teams have met twice in the last five years. Duke holds a 2-0 record in North Carolina, winning both games by double-digits. Penn comes off a season in which it shared the Ivy League regular-season title with Princeton, losing the last game of the season to the Tigers to share the spoils with a 12-2 conference record.

at Nebraska | Dec. 4 – TBA
In this season’s Big Ten/ACC Challenge, Duke travels to Lincoln, Nebraska to take on the Cornhuskers for the third time in series history. The Blue Devils got the better of their foe in the first meeting, grabbing an eight-point win in the Regional Finals of the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Nebraska avenged its loss in the following season, upsetting the Blue Devils, 60-54, in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge in Lincoln. Duke holds a 10-2 record in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge, besting Wisconsin on the road in last season’s edition.

at South Carolina | Dec. 19 – TBA
Had the game not been cancelled in last season’s campaign due to a snowstorm, the Gamecocks and Blue Devils would have battled for the sixth straight time and the eighth in series history. The two will instead meet for the seventh time in their recent yearly matchups. South Carolina has a 4-2 advantage in the series history, with both teams splitting home wins in the last two matchups. The Gamecocks held a strong advantage in their home gym, winning 13 of the 17 games played in the Colonial Life Arena a season ago.

at Florida-Gulf Coast | Dec. 29 – TBA
After hosting Florida Gulf Coast in last season’s inaugural matchup between the two programs, Duke takes its turn in the home-and-home series to be visitors. The Blue Devils travel to sunny Florida to look to build on their opening 57-41 win against the Eagles at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Duke was one of only five blips on the season for FGCU, who cruised to a 16-0 record and swept both the ASUN regular season and tournament titles. The Eagles will look to add momentum to an ultimately disappointing first round exit against fourth-seeded Miami in Coral Gables, Fla.


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PostPosted: 07/27/19 2:29 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

South Dakota

11/5 at Northeastern
11/9 at Green Bay
11/13 Home vs Drake
11/16 at Utah
11/21 Home vs Missouri
11/25 Home vs Missouri State
11/29 Las Vegas Tourney vs Ohio State
11/30 Las Vegas Tourney vs Northern Illinois
12/4 Home vs Creighton
12/7 Home vs Coppin State
12/11 Home vs Mount Marty
12/15 Home vs Montana
12/22 at South Carolina


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PostPosted: 07/27/19 3:19 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Clemson

https://clemsontigers.com/sports/w-basketball/schedule/


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PostPosted: 07/27/19 10:13 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

This is Mississippi States schedule. Very less than impressive although the Vancouver showcase could spice it up a bit.




NOV 4 LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN (EXH.)

NOV 9 SOUTHERN Mississippi

NOV 11 Tennessee Martin

NOV 15 MURRAY STATE

NOV 18 (MON) TROY


NOV 21 AT JACKSON STATE

NOV 25 AT MARQUETTE


VANCOUVER SHOWCASE
NOV 28 - 30THU) TBA


BIG 12/SEC CHALLENGE
DEC 8 (SUN) WEST VIRGINIA

DEC 16 AT LOUISIANA
LAFAYETTE, LA


DUEL IN THE DESERT
DEC 19 (THU) SOUTH FLORIDA
LAS VEGAS, NV (COX PAVILION)

DEC 21 (SAT) UNLV/VIRGINIA
LAS VEGAS, NV (COX PAVILION)

DEC 29 LITTLE ROCK



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PostPosted: 07/29/19 5:31 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Northern Iowa

The Panthers face five Power-5 conference opponents, including Iowa at the McLeod Center on Nov. 17, Missouri (Nov. 13) and Iowa State (Dec. 22) on the road and Alabama (Nov. 29) and Ohio State (Nov. 30) at the South Point Shootout in Las Vegas.

UNI hosts Upper Iowa in an exhibition game on Oct. 27, before opening the regular season at home against North Dakota State (Nov. 6). The Panthers also host Northwest Missouri State (Nov. 24) and IUPUI (Dec. 15) before opening Missouri Valley Conference play.

The Panthers will travel to Wichita State (Nov. 9), Creighton (Dec. Cool and Omaha (Dec. 10).


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UTSA

The Roadrunners open the non-conference slate hosting Concordia Texas for the second-consecutive year on Nov. 6. They will then play host to cross-town foes, UIW, on Nov. 11.

UTSA travels north to Austin to play at Texas on Nov. 14 before coming back home to play University of the Southwest.

The week before Thanksgiving, the Roadrunners fly south to play in the Bank of Hawaii Classic Nov. 22-24, where they will face Hawaii and Utah. UTSA travels to UTRGV and Texas State before returning home to host Sam Houston State (Dec. Cool and Texas Wesleyan (Dec. 20).

A trip to Lubbock to play Texas Tech on Dec. 29 closes the non-conference portion of the schedule.


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PostPosted: 07/31/19 12:23 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I love my Bruins, and I'mm'a support them no matter what. But this year (in contrast to their standard practice) they've really lined up the cupcakes.



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PostPosted: 07/31/19 2:49 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

JMU has yet to release its schedule, but I just got my season ticket order placed today. How crazy is that?



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PostPosted: 08/05/19 1:14 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

The McNeese State Cowgirls have released their 2019-20 schedule. Nothing to write home about.

https://mcneesesports.com/news/2019/8/5/womens-basketball-wbb-cryer-announces-2019-20-schedule.aspx?fbclid=IwAR2aQhHAfCOuvvp3dTG_JYY7Wvix5lMF1_cVmGTM4CnQ9E8TpIpQzgL_ztc

This will be head coach Kacie Cryer's 3rd year as head coach. Major struggles last year with only one senior and a majority-freshman squad. The Cowgirls failed to qualify for the Southland Conference tournament.

2019-20 McNEESE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Nov. 5 at SMU
NOV. 8 CENTENARY
Nov. 11 at Arkansas
Nov. 14 at UL-Lafayette
Nov. 24 at UAB
NOV. 27 RICE
DEC. 1 UL-MONROE
Dec. 5 at Louisiana Tech
DEC. 18 LSU-SHREVEPORT
*Dec. 21 at Stephen F. Austin
*Jan. 2 at Sam Houston St.
*JAN. 4 CENTRAL ARKANSAS
*JAN. 8 ABILENE CHRISTIAN
*JAN. 11 NORTHWESTERN ST.
*Jan. 15 at Incarnate Word
*Jan. 18 at New Orleans
*JAN. 22 SOUTHEASTERN LA.
*JAN. 25 HOUSTON BAPTIST
*Jan. 29 at Nicholls
*FEB. 1 LAMAR
*FEB. 5 TEXAS A&M-CC
*Feb. 8 at Central Arkansas
*Feb. 15 at Northwestern State
*FEB. 19 INCARNATE WORD
*FEB. 22 NEW ORLEANS
*Feb. 26 at Southeastern La.
*Feb. 29 at Houston Baptist
*MAR. 4 NICHOLLS
*Mar. 7 at Lamar
Mar 11-15 SLC Tournament (Katy, TX.)

*-Southland Conference Game


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PostPosted: 08/06/19 11:47 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Cal Schedule

11/8 - @Harvard
11/10 - @ Connecticut
11/17 - UC Riverside
11/21 - @San Diego St
11/24 - Arkansas
11/29 - North Carolina Central
11/30 - Penn St or Long Beach St
12/7 - Boston U
12/14 - Santa Clara
12/21 - Kentucky
12/29 - Grand Canyon

Cal should find some wins in their non-conference schedule, but games against Arkansas, Kentucky and (likely) Penn St should give an indication of just how far the Bears have fallen


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UW-Madison's non-conference schedule. Go Badgers!

Tuesday, Nov. 5: vs. North Florida
Sunday, Nov. 10: vs. Wofford
Thursday Nov. 14: at Colorado
Sunday, Nov. 17: vs. UW-Milwaukee
Tuesday, Nov. 26: vs. Eastern Illinois

Thursday-Friday, Nov. 29-30: vs. Arkansas and Ball State at Bahamas Hoopfest, New Providence, Bahamas

Thursday Dec. 5: at Georgia Tech
Sunday, Dec. 8: vs. North Dakota State
Thursday, Dec. 12: vs. Alabama State
Friday, Dec. 20: vs. Prairie View A&M

Not too terribly tough, but then, neither is Wisconsin.



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PostPosted: 08/07/19 8:52 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

summertime blues wrote:
UW-Madison's non-conference schedule. Go Badgers!

Tuesday, Nov. 5: vs. North Florida
Sunday, Nov. 10: vs. Wofford
Thursday Nov. 14: at Colorado
Sunday, Nov. 17: vs. UW-Milwaukee
Tuesday, Nov. 26: vs. Eastern Illinois

Thursday-Friday, Nov. 29-30: vs. Arkansas and Ball State at Bahamas Hoopfest, New Providence, Bahamas

Thursday Dec. 5: at Georgia Tech
Sunday, Dec. 8: vs. North Dakota State
Thursday, Dec. 12: vs. Alabama State
Friday, Dec. 20: vs. Prairie View A&M

Not too terribly tough, but then, neither is Wisconsin.


There are 4 Div 1 schools in the state and UW is only playing UW-Milwaukee. I'm surprised they are not playing Marquette or UW-Green Bay. This is the 2nd season in a row UW and Marquette haven't played Sad - I like that rivalry and I'm not happy about this.


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PostPosted: 08/13/19 11:23 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

DePaul non conference schedule just got posted. Games against UCONN, Notre Dame, Greenbay, and potential games against Oregon State and Miami (FL). Pretty solid schedule.

https://depaulbluedemons.com/news/2019/8/13/womens-basketball-unveils-2019-20-nonconference-schedule.aspx?path=wbball


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PostPosted: 08/23/19 5:03 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

JMU *finally* releases its non-conference schedule:

Nov. 5 v.. Longwood
Nov. 9 @ Villanova
Nov. 13 v. Maryland
Nov. 17 v. St. John's
Nov. 21 @ Georgetown
Nov. 24 v. Liberty

UVA Tournament @ Charlottesville
Nov. 29. v. UVA
Dec. 1 v. UCF

Dec. 17. v. Delaware State
Dec. 20 @ George Washington
Dec. 29 v. Robert Morris

Not too many cupcakes in there for a mid-major, and I get to jeer at a couple of my more disliked coaches in person this year. Yay! Pus, barring any injury to key players, the Dukes should be loaded this season.



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PostPosted: 08/28/19 10:29 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Time to post the leading contenders for the 2020 Final Four: Oregon!

Here'tis!

NOV 11 (MON) TBD NORTHEASTERN (@OR)
NOV 13 (WED) TBD UTAH STATE (@OR)
NOV 16 (SAT) TBD TEXAS SOUTHERN (@OR)
NOV 24 (SUN) TBD SYRACUSE (@SYR)
NOV 28 (THU) 1:15 PM PT OKLAHOMA STATE (ST. THOMAS, VI)
NOV 29 (FRI) 1:15 PM PT UT ARLINGTON (ST. THOMAS, VI)
NOV 30 (SAT) 1:15 PM PT LOUISVILLE (ST. THOMAS, VI)
DEC 8 (SUN) TBD SOUTH DAKOTA STATE (@OR)
DEC 14 (SAT) TBD LONG BEACH STATE (@LBS)
DEC 16 (MON) TBD UC RIVERSIDE (@OR)
DEC 21 (SAT) TBD KANSAS STATE (@OR)
DEC 28 (SAT) TBD CORBAN (EXHIBITION @ OR)
FEB 3 (MON) TBD CONNECTICUT (somewhere out east)

I'd think Louisville, 'Cuse, SD State and even OK State might give 'em a good warmup before PAC 12 commences. Definitely not a carb 'n sugar free diet there, tho....lotsa cupcakes. Shocked



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PostPosted: 09/01/19 12:02 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Arkansas:

OCT 24 - Pittsburg St (Ex)
OCT 30 - OK City U (Ex)
NOV 08 - U New Orleans
NOV 11 - McNeese St
NOV 14 - Oral Roberts
NOV 17 - Stony Brook
NOV 20 - Belmont
NOV 24 - @ California
NOV 29 - Fordham @ Bahamas Hoopfest
NOV 30 - Wisconsin @ Bahamas Hoopfest
DEC 07 - Kansas State (Big 12/SEC Challenge)
DEC 11 - Tulsa
DEC 15 - Northwestern St
DEC 21 - UALR @ Verizon Arena in Little Rock
DEC 29 - UT Martin



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The Vancouver showcase has been canceled due to lack of Sponsor support. In Its Place, Victoria University will be sponsoring the Victoria invitational over thanksgiving weekend


The eight NCAA teams making up the women's bracket will be Syracuse University, Bowling Green, university of Wisconsin Green Bay, University of San Francisco, Stanford, University of Houston,cal Baptist, and Mississippi State.


http://victoriainvitational.com/2019/08/ncaa-basketball-tournament-moving-to-uvic/



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PostPosted: 09/04/19 3:28 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Conway Gamecock wrote:
USC's non-conference, still being finalized:


@ Maryland, Nov. 10
@ Dayton, Nov. 13

Paradise Jam Virgin Islands Tournament, Nov. 28-30 (participants include Oregon, Louisville, Oklahoma State, and UT Arlington in the Island Division, while Baylor, Indiana, South Carolina and Washington State will be in the Reef Division)

Purdue, Dec. 15
Duke, Dec. 19
South Dakota, Dec. 22
UConn, TBA
@ Clemson, TBA


Also apparently Alabama State and Appalachian State: USC will not participate in the SEC/Big12 Challenge for 2019-20, so one or both of those games will be around the first week of December, most likely.....


Now finalized:

Nov. 1 - North Georgia (Exh.)
Nov. 5 - Alabama State
Nov. 10 - @ Maryland
Nov. 13 - @ Dayton
Nov. 17 - Appalachian State
Nov. 21 - USC Upstate
Nov. 24 - @ Clemson
Nov. 28 - vs Indiana (Paradise Jam)
Nov. 29 - vs Washington State (Paradise Jan)
Nov. 30 - vs Baylor (Paradise Jam)
Dec. 7 - @ Temple
Dec. 15 - Purdue
Dec. 19 - Duke
Dec. 22 - South Dakota

Jan. 2 - Kentucky*
Jan. 5 - @ Alabama*
Jan. 9 - Arkansas*
Jan. 12 - @ Vanderbilt*
Jan. 16 - @ Missouri*
Jan. 20 - Mississippi State*
Jan. 26 - @ Georgia*
Jan. 30 - @ Mississippi*
Feb. 2 - Tennessee*
Feb. 6 - @ Arkansas*

Feb. 10 - Connecticut

Feb. 13 - Auburn*
Feb. 17 - Vanderbilt*
Feb. 20 - Louisiana State*
Feb. 23 - @ Kentucky*
Feb. 27 - @ Florida*
Mar. 1 - Texas A&M*


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Ohio University. The Bobcats did not get an at-large bid last year due to a weak SOS. This schedule should correct that problem - if they win some of the P5 games.

NOVEMBER
Sat. 2 Walsh (Exhibition)
Tue. 5 at Syracuse
Sun. 10 American
Wed. 13 Marshall
Sun. 17 at Ohio St.
Sat. 23 Incarnate Word
Fri. 29 vs. TBD Daytona Beach Invite
Sat. 30 vs. TBD Daytona Beach Invite
DECEMBER
Sat. 7 IUPUI
Sun. 15 at TCU
Wed. 18 at Texas
Sun. 29 at Chattanooga



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