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rbg 
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03-28-19 01:06 PM - Post#282978    

The Vermont coach announced his non-conference games at a press conference yesterday.

https://www.mynbc5.com/article/uvm-hoops-to- visit-...

Vermont will travel to Yale, Harvard and Dartmouth.

Vermont may also play Columbia as part of a four-team bracket in the Hall of Fame Tip Off Classic at Mohegan Sun.

Looking at the Busting the Bracket and last year's Tip Off Classic sites, the Tournament has two four team divisions. The four teams in the mid-major bracket will play two games on the road against the other division before playing the 2 games in their bracket at Mohegan Sun during Thanksgiving weekend (Friday Nov 22 - Sunday Nov 24).

Columbia is in the Springfield Bracket with Vermont, Central Connecticut State and Rider. The Naismith Bracket has Arizona State, UMass-Amherst, Virginia and St. John's.

https://www.bloggingthebracket.com/2018/10/24/1802...

Looking farther down the Busting the Brackets page, Harvard will be playing in the Orlando Invitational on 11/28/19, 11/29/19 and 12/1/19. The other teams are Davidson, Fairfield, Marquette, Maryland, Temple, Texas A&M and USC.

Penn will be in the Wooden Legacy on 11/28/19, 11/29/19 and 12/1/19. The field also includes Arizona (and Stone Gettings), College of Charleston, Long Beach State, Pepperdine, Providence, UCF and Wake Forest.

Edited by rbg on 03-28-19 01:07 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
rbg 
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03-29-19 09:54 AM - Post#283036    
    In response to rbg

On the 3/26 installment of The Court Report, Coach Banghart said that the schedule for next year is set. She said that Princeton will get a number of return home games, but did not give specifics.

She did say that her team will visit Iowa (2nd in Big 10 Regular Season and Big 10 Tournament Champs), Iowa State (2nd in Big 12), Missouri (5th in SEC) and St. Louis (6th in A-10).

She mentioned that the Iowa games will be for Carlie Littlefield, who is from Iowa. The games against Missouri and the Billikens are most likely for soon-to-be senior Taylor Baur, who is from St. Louis.

 
mobrien 
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04-11-19 11:09 PM - Post#283591    
    In response to rbg

Jon Rothstein reporting that Penn will be playing at Providence next year. That could be quite a test — they're 26th in Torvik's projections for next year — but still should be a winnable game.

Hopefully we get a lot more of this from all the Ivies.

 
rbg 
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04-19-19 08:27 AM - Post#283792    
    In response to mobrien

Earlier, it was noted that Brown will play at Duke next season.

Harvard will travel to Cal early next season.

https://www.californiagoldenblogs.com/2019/4/18/18...

 
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