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PostPosted: 06/15/19 2:07 pm    ::: 2019 Non-Conference Schedules Reply Reply with quote

Stanford

(Pasted out of order for chronology purposes- story from from Palo Alto Online)
The regular season kicks off in Maples on Tuesday, November 5 against Eastern Washington. Stanford will make the short drive north to play at San Francisco on Saturday, November 9 and return to campus for three straight at home against Northern Colorado (November 14), Gonzaga (November 17) and Buffalo (November 24).

The Cardinal will be in British Columbia over the Thanksgiving holiday for the Vancouver Showcase running from Nov.28-30. Opponents for that tournament have yet to be determined.

Stanford’s nonconference slate peaks when it hosts the Buckeyes in Maples Pavilion on Sunday, December 15 and Lady Volunteers on Wednesday, December 18 before heading to Austin, Texas to play the Longhorns on Saturday, December 21. Texas (No. 15) and Tennessee (No. 24) are also ranked in espnW’s early top 25 for 2019-20.

Stanford’s pre-Pac-12 schedule wraps up at home on Saturday, Dec. 28 against UC Davis.


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PostPosted: 06/15/19 2:12 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Purdue

(Portions copied from PurdueExponent.org)

2019-20 officially begins against Milwaukee on Sunday, Nov. 10.

Purdue's first road game will be the first-ever matchup between the Boilermakers and Chattanooga. Chattanooga will host the Boilermakers on Nov. 14.

Western Illinois and Northern Illinois will come to Mackey Arena on Nov. 17 and Nov. 24, respectively.

After three games in Florida at the Gulf Coast Showcase and the annual conference showdown with the ACC, the Boilermakers return to Mackey Arena to host Kent State on Dec. 8.

In a rematch of last year's double-overtime thriller at Mackey, the Boilermakers head to Columbia, South Carolina to face the Gamecocks on Dec. 15.

The non-conference schedule concludes on Dec. 18 and Dec. 21, hosting Western Kentucky and Bowling Green, respectively.


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PostPosted: 06/15/19 11:24 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Thanks, mzone, for starting this thread. I look forward to this info.



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PostPosted: 06/16/19 9:04 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Howee wrote:
Thanks, mzone, for starting this thread. I look forward to this info.


Yes I'll add my thanks also. It seems like Marquette is usually pretty late announcing this so I love finding out any games I can early.


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PostPosted: 06/16/19 9:13 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

USF

From The Daily Stampede:
“The action starts with a four-game home stand on November 5 vs. Jacksonville before the Bulls host Texas three days later. (Shout out to one Texas squad not afraid to make the trip to Tampa.) Howard and VCU round out the opening home games, before heading to Waco to take on the #NATIONALCHAMPION Baylor Lady Bears.

The Bulls are also involved in two holiday tournaments; the Cancun Challenge over Thanksgiving and the Duel in the Desert in Las Vegas over Christmas.

The Cancun Challenge includes a game vs. #NATIONALRUNNERUP Notre Dame on November 30, so you have plenty of time to hitch a ride out of Oviedo after the Black Friday game. (But drive back to Tampa because TPA > MCO.) They will also play NCAA qualifiers South Dakota St. and FGCU.

The Duel in the Desert will take place December 19-21 (oh hey, that’s Collin’s birthday) and will feature a game vs. 2018-19 no. 1 seed Mississippi St. The Bulls are 1-1 vs. the Lady Bulldogs which included a thrilling buzzer-beating victory by TDS favorite Courtney Williams in the 2014 WNIT to send the Bulls to the semis.”

USF will finish their non-conference slate just ahead of the new year on December 30 vs. Ivy League program Brown.


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PostPosted: 06/16/19 9:15 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Howee wrote:
Thanks, mzone, for starting this thread. I look forward to this info.


You are welcome! I know I never finish “reporting” for all schools, but it’s fun to see what scheduling tidbits come through for those of us whose schools announce later.


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PostPosted: 06/17/19 11:21 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Tennessee announces theirs:
https://utsports.com/news/2019/6/5/womens-basketball-lady-vols-2019-20-non-conference-schedule-set.aspx

A little more cupcakey than I'd like, but they do have some toughies mixed in, among them: away games with Notre Dame, Stanford, and UConn, and an at-home contest with Texas. Probably a good way for Kellie to get her feet wet and find out what this group is made of.



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PostPosted: 06/18/19 1:41 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Big Ten / ACC challenge match ups per the Minnesota Gophers WBB site

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2019 Big Ten/ACC Challenge Matchups

Wednesday, December 4
Clemson at Iowa
Indiana at Miami
Duke at Nebraska
Boston College at Northwestern
Minnesota at Notre Dame

Thursday, December 5
Michigan State at Florida State
Wisconsin at Georgia Tech
Syracuse at Michigan
Illinois at North Carolina
Maryland at North Carolina State
Louisville at Ohio State
Pittsburgh at Penn State
Virginia at Rutgers
Purdue at Virginia Tech


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PostPosted: 06/18/19 5:21 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

herna220 wrote:
Big Ten / ACC challenge match ups per the Minnesota Gophers WBB site

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2019 Big Ten/ACC Challenge Matchups

Wednesday, December 4
Clemson at Iowa
Indiana at Miami
Duke at Nebraska
Boston College at Northwestern
Minnesota at Notre Dame

Thursday, December 5
Michigan State at Florida State
Wisconsin at Georgia Tech
Syracuse at Michigan
Illinois at North Carolina
Maryland at North Carolina State
Louisville at Ohio State
Pittsburgh at Penn State
Virginia at Rutgers
Purdue at Virginia Tech


Pittsburgh-Penn State is an interesting match-up for this fan Smile. Former Marquette coach Terri Mitchell is an assistant at Pittsburgh and Penn State is of course now coached by her replacement at Marquette Carolyn Kieger who also played for Mitchell at Marquette.


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PostPosted: 06/18/19 7:11 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

UCONN:

Home: Baylor, Cal, Notre Dame, Oklahoma(Mohegan Sun), Oregon, Tennessee, Virginia

Away: Dayton, DePaul, Ohio State, Seton Hall, South Carolina, Vanderbilt.


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PostPosted: 06/18/19 8:42 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Penn State:
(From the Daily Collegian)
Penn State will open the season with a road game against reigning Colonial Champions Towson on Tuesday, Nov. 5. It will then return home for five straight games, starting over the weekend with a matchup against Rider, a WNIT team last year, on Sunday, Nov. 10.

The Lady Lions will take on another conference champion in A10-winning Fordham on Wednesday, Nov. 13. The home slate continues with a Pennsylvanian faceoff against La Salle on Sunday, Nov. 17.

Two more home games await the Lions with Clemson, an NCAA Tournament team, coming to the BJC on Thursday, Nov. 21. George Mason will pay visit in the following weekend on Sunday, Nov. 24.

After the Thanksgiving period, Penn State will journey off to California and participate in a tournament hosted by Cal on Friday, Nov. 29 and Saturday, Nov. 30 with the participants to be announced.

The Lady Lions will then get ready for a marquee matchup against in-state rival Pitt on Thursday, Dec. 4 as part of the 2019 Big Ten/ACC Challenge. It will be followed by a game against Ivy League champs Princeton on the road on Saturday, Dec. 14, before rounding out the non-conference schedule on Sunday, Dec. 22 at home against Sacred Heart.


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PostPosted: 06/18/19 9:12 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I'm a bit surprised Penn State doesn't play Bucknell in their pre-season....they could practically ride bikes to each others campus!



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PostPosted: 07/02/19 5:11 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Florida

Nov. 5 Tuesday at Grambling State Grambling, La.
Nov. 10 Sunday Longwood Gainesville
Nov. 16 Saturday Samford Gainesville
Nov. 18 Monday Presbyterian Gainesville
Nov. 22 Friday Indiana Gainesville
Nov. 26 Tuesday Florida State Gainesville
Dec. 1 Sunday Florida A&M Gainesville
Dec. 5 Thursday at Prairie View A&M Prairie View, Texas
Dec. 8 Sunday at Kansas Lawrence, Kan.
Dec. 17 Tuesday Mercer Gainesville
Dec. 20 Friday Xavier West Palm Beach, Fla. West Palm Invitational
Dec. 21 Saturday Wake Forest West Palm Beach, Fla. “
Dec. 29 Sunday Davidson Gainesville


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PostPosted: 07/02/19 5:15 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

LSU
2019-20 LSU Women’s Basketball Schedule

Friday, Nov. 1 – Mississippi College (exhibition)
Tuesday, Nov. 5 – New Orleans
Saturday, Nov. 9 – Florida State
Wednesday, Nov. 13 – at Little Rock
Sunday, Nov. 17 – at Tulane
Wednesday, Nov. 20 – Southeastern Louisiana
Sunday, Nov. 24 – Rutgers
Friday, Nov. 29 – Michigan State (Junkanoo Jam, Bahamas)
Saturday, Nov. 30 – Memphis or Kansas State (Junkanoo Jam, Bahamas)
Tuesday, Dec. 3 – Nicholls State (Field Trip Game)
Saturday, Dec. 7 – at Oklahoma (Big 12/SEC Challenge)
Thursday, Dec. 19 – at Florida Gulf Coast
Saturday, Dec. 28 – Florida A&M


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Air Force (with a little early conference in between)

..The Falcons open the campaign, November 5, against Arizona State in Tempe, Arizona.

Air Force opens a three-game home stint against the New Jersey Institute of Technology on Friday, November 8th, followed up by a service academy rivalry game against Army, Wednesday, November 13th. The home stint is brought to a close against San Diego University, Saturday, November 16th.

Following a road game against in-state rival Northern Colorado (Nov. 19), the Falcons return home to host Portland, November 23.

Air Force will play Navy in the second service academy rival game of the season, November 27, in Annapolis, Maryland. Following the Navy contest, the Falcons will head south to take on the perennial powerhouse Tennessee Volunteers, December 1st, in Knoxville, Tennessee.

The Mountain West slate is opened with an early-season contests against the Wyoming Cowgirls (Dec. 4), and Nevada Wolfpack (Dec. 7). The game against Wyoming will mark the first-of-nine Mountain West games hosted at the Academy. Air Force visits the non-conference slate for the last time in a three-game stint, starting with a game at Long Beach State (Dec. 1Cool, followed by a visit to Cal State Fullerton (Dec. 21) and concluding with Nebraska-Wesleyan (Dec. 30) in Clune Arena.


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Tulsa

Tulsa will begin the season with a five-game home stand, including Stephen F. Austin (Nov. 5), Arkansas State (Nov. 9), Oklahoma State (Nov. 13), Oral Roberts (Nov. 21) and Loyola Marymount (Nov. 25).

A trip to California for the St. Mary's Thanksgiving Classic closes out the month of November for the Golden Hurricane with a pair of neutral site games against Western Kentucky (Nov. 29) and Marquette (Nov. 30).

The Hurricane will travel to Abilene Christian (Dec. 5), before making the trip to face Little Rock (Dec. 7).

Trips to Arkansas (Dec. 11) and Stetson (Dec. 15) are up next on the schedule for TU.

Tulsa returns home to host Colorado State (Dec. 21), before closing out the non-conference slate at UTEP (Dec. 29).


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Kansas State

The Wildcats will open the 2019-20 season with a pair of exhibition games beginning on Tuesday, October 29, against Washburn. The Wildcats conclude their 2019-20 season tune-up against Fort Hays State on Friday, November 1.

The home stretch starts on Friday, Nov. 8, against Omaha. The home stand continues on Monday, November 11, against UIC. K-State returns to action against its second Summit League foe on Monday, November 18, against Oral Roberts. Kansas State will complete its four-game home stand on Sunday, November 24, against UT Arlington.

K-State will leave the friendly confines of Bramlage Coliseum for the first time on November 29 and 30 for the 17th annual Junkanoo Jam in Bimini, Bahamas. Kansas State, Memphis, LSU and Michigan State make up the Bimini Division of the event. The Wildcats will face Memphis on Friday, November 29, at 2 p.m. (CT), and will face either LSU or Michigan State on Saturday, November 30, at either 3:30 p.m. (CT), or 5:45 p.m. (CT).

Following the Junkanoo Jam, Kansas State will return to Bramlage Coliseum to face Incarnate Word on Tuesday, December 3.

The road stretch begins on Saturday, December 7, at Arkansas in the 2019 Big 12/SEC Challenge. The Wildcats' continue its three-game road trip on Saturday, December 14, at UMKC. K-State ends its three-game road trip before the holidays with a matchup at Oregon on Saturday, December 21.

Prior to beginning the 23rd season of Big 12 action, K-State will face its second opponent from the WAC as Kansas State hosts UTRGV on Saturday, December 28, in Bramlage Coliseum.


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Kansas.....Is this the easiest ever P5 non-con? Shocked

KU will begin exhibition play on Sunday, Oct. 27 against Pittsburg State. The Jayhawks will conclude their two-game exhibition schedule with Emporia State on Sunday, Nov. 3.

Following its exhibition contests, Kansas will welcome Indiana State on Dec. 6. KU will continue its five-game homestand to start the season with Illinois-Chicago, Omaha, UMass Lowell and Texas State. During the second week of the season, Kansas faces UIC on Nov. 10 and Omaha on Nov. 13. The following week, the Jayhawks host UMass-Lowell on Nov. 17 and Texas State on Nov. 24.

The Jayhawks will hit the road for the first time during the 2019-20 campaign to participate in the FAU Thanksgiving Tournament, which runs Nov. 29-30. While in Boca Raton, Florida, the Jayhawks will face Florida Atlantic and Loyola (Maryland).

KU will also play host to Florida in the annual Big 12/SEC Challenge on Saturday, Dec. 8. KU will then welcome St. Mary's on Dec. 15 before traveling to St. Louis on Dec. 21. For its nonconference finale, Kansas will play Wofford inside Allen Fieldhouse on Monday, Dec. 30.


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Louisville - home schedule names without dates

Louisville will host Western Kentucky, Murray State, Central Michigan, UT Chattanooga and Boise State in non-conference play.

In Atlantic Coast Conference play, the Cardinals will host Boston College, Duke, Florida State, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest. It marks the second consecutive season that they will host Boston College, Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Virginia.


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Boise State

The Broncos will begin Preseason WNIT action with the Nov. 8 home contest against Portland State, with at least two more games in the event to take place between Nov. 10-17.

Washington State will come to town for a matchup Nov. 20 before the Broncos head out to the Bluegrass State to face Louisville for the third-straight season on Nov. 24. Boise State wraps up a three-games-in-seven-days stretch back at home Nov. 26, hosting Utah Valley.

Boise State will head to Texas at the end of November to face TCU at the 2019 Maggie Dixon Classic on either Nov. 30 or Dec. 1. The official game date will be set at a later time.

After two Mountain West contests against New Mexico (Dec. 4) and at Colorado State (Dec. 7), the Broncos will resume non-conference action with BYU coming to town Dec. 11. While that contest is the first between the schools in 17 years, it will also be the Cougars' first visit to Boise since Nov. 16, 2001.

The Broncos will close the non-conference slate with a road trip to Eastern Washington (Dec. 15) and a home contest against Western Oregon (Dec. 22) before picking back up with Mountain West play Jan. 1 at Wyoming.


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PostPosted: 07/02/19 2:04 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

mzonefan wrote:
Kansas.....Is this the easiest ever P5 non-con? Shocked

Last seasons RPIs

Indiana State 248
UIC 339
Omaha 326
UMASS-Lowell 328
Texas State 162
Florida Atlantic 307
Loyola (Maryland) 266
Florida 213
St. Mary's 48
St. Louis 184
Wofford 257



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PostPosted: 07/02/19 2:22 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

herna220 wrote:
2019 Big Ten/ACC Challenge Matchups

Wednesday, December 4
Duke at Nebraska


In addition to playing Nebraska, Duke will head to College Station, Texas on November 10, 2019, as the Blue Devils will open the season against Texas A&M.


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PostPosted: 07/03/19 11:36 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Baylor

Oct 30 Lubbock Christian (Exhibition)
Nov 19 S. Florida
Paradise Jam: Reef Division in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
Nov 28 v Washington State
Nov 29 v Indiana
Nov 30 v South Carolina
Dec 4 Georgia
Jan 9 @ UConn

That's what I've seen so far. BU usually plays a PAC team, but none are showing up yet. And there will be 3-4 small schools in Texas that come to Waco. Disappointing that Oregon is on the other side of the Jam.


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TechDawgMc wrote:
Baylor

Oct 30 Lubbock Christian (Exhibition)
Nov 19 S. Florida
Paradise Jam: Reef Division in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
Nov 28 v Washington State
Nov 29 v Indiana
Nov 30 v South Carolina
Dec 4 Georgia
Jan 9 @ UConn

That's what I've seen so far. BU usually plays a PAC team, but none are showing up yet. And there will be 3-4 small schools in Texas that come to Waco. Disappointing that Oregon is on the other side of the Jam.


I think Wazzu might resemble that remark! Razz



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Howee wrote:
TechDawgMc wrote:
Baylor

Oct 30 Lubbock Christian (Exhibition)
Nov 19 S. Florida
Paradise Jam: Reef Division in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
Nov 28 v Washington State
Nov 29 v Indiana
Nov 30 v South Carolina
Dec 4 Georgia
Jan 9 @ UConn

That's what I've seen so far. BU usually plays a PAC team, but none are showing up yet. And there will be 3-4 small schools in Texas that come to Waco. Disappointing that Oregon is on the other side of the Jam.


I think Wazzu might resemble that remark! Razz


Heh. I was thinking in terms of non-tourney games that Mulkey has more control over, but that is a pretty big oversight. Shocked


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