2019-20 Out of Conference Schedule

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Lehigh65
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2019-20 Out of Conference Schedule

Post by Lehigh65 » Sun Apr 14, 2019 9:01 pm

Continuing the long-standing tradition of scheduling games against some of the nation’s strongest programs and, when possible, in the backyards of our players’ family and friends (known by fans as “home-coming” games), Coach Reed has out-done himself again. Take a peek at what lies ahead in 2019-20 campaign. The stats are courtesy of KenPom.

Auburn Tigers (30-10) SEC
11th ranked with 4 NCAA Tournament wins

Virginia Tech Hokies (26-9) ACC
13th ranked with 2 NCAA Tournament wins

Washington Huskies (27-9) PAC 12
48th ranked with 1 NCAA Tournament win

Sorry Mr. Karnick, Seattle was as close as we could get to Surrey, British Columbia. Family and friends I’m sure will make the 126 mile trek.


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Re: 2019-20 Out of Conference Schedule

Post by jimk72 » Mon Apr 15, 2019 6:35 am

Egad. That's a lot to bight off. Here's hoping the rest of the OC has some winnable high profile mid major games.
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Re: 2019-20 Out of Conference Schedule

Post by Lu15 » Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:16 pm

U WASH is also a true homecoming for Nic Lynch!
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Re: 2019-20 Out of Conference Schedule

Post by ngineer » Wed Apr 17, 2019 2:30 pm

I'd like to see up play University of Detroit Mercy (just U of D years ago when Dick Vitale was the HC.) Callahan Hall is a cool gym to watch a ball game. I saw Dickie V and Al McGuire go at it several times back in the mid-70's.
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