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UD hoops releases non-conference schedule


Dayton released its men’s non-league basketball schedule today, and it features home games with Southern Cal and Murray State, road games with Georgia Tech, Mississippi and Illinois State and neutral site games in the Maui Invitational starting with Gonzaga.

After two exhibitions, the Flyers open at home Nov. 9 against Indiana-Purdue at Fort Wayne. And in a scheduling oddity, they also will play St. Francis in back-to-back games. One St. Francis is based in Pennsylvania, the other in New York.

UD’S NONLEAGUE SCHEDULE

Oct. 26 RYERSON (exh.)

Nov. 2 FINDLAY (exh.)

Nov. 9 IPFW

Nov. 13 ST. FRANCIS-PA

Nov. 16 ST. FRANCIS-BROOKLYN

Nov. 20 Georgia Tech

Nov . 25 Gonzaga-Maui Invitational

Nov. 26 Maui Inv.

Nov. 27 Maui Inv.

Dec. 4 DELAWARE STATE

Dec. 7 Illinois State

Dec. 14 CENTRAL MICHIGAN

Dec. 19 IONA

Dec. 22 SOUTHERN CAL

Dec. 29 MURRAY STATE

Jan. 1 WINTHROP

Jan. 4 Mississippi

HOME GAMES IN CAPS


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