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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

SCSU men's basketball schedule

Southern Connecticut men’s basketball coach Michael Donnelly has announced the team’s schedule for the upcoming 2011-2012 season. The Owls are coming off a season in which they had the third-best win turnaround in all of Division II and qualified for the Northeast-10 Conference Tournament for the first time since 2002.

The season begins in November with two games at the University of Bridgeport Tournament on Nov. 12 and Nov. 13. The Owls will then have their home opener against Adelphi on Nov. 16 before traveling to Assumption on Nov. 22. The team returns home on Nov. 27 to face St. Rose and then Pace on Nov. 30.

December begins with two road games, a matchup with American International on Dec. 3 and then a trip to LeMoyne on Dec. 6. The squad will then return home to face off with rival New Haven (Dec. 10), Concordia (Dec. 18) and Bridgeport (Dec. 30).

January begins on the road at Franklin Pierce on Jan. 3. The Owls then return home for two, facing UMass-Lowell on Jan. 7 and St. Michael’s on Jan. 11. A busy January continues with road trips to Merrimack (Jan. 14) and St. Anselm (Jan. 17). The squad then comes back to campus to play Stonehill on Jan. 21 and Southern New Hampshire on Jan. 25. Then, it’s back on the road to play Bentley on Jan. 28 before closing out the month at home against Assumption on Jan. 31.

The month of February will feature only two home games. The Owls will travel to St. Rose to begin the month on Feb. 4 and then to Pace on Feb. 8. Feb. 11 and 14 will be the two home games against American International and LeMoyne, before it’s back on the road to square off with New Haven (Feb. 18). The regular season ends on Feb. 22 with a trip to Adelphi.



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