Women’s Hoops Non-Conference Schedule Features Seven Home Games

July 24, 2017

Los Angeles, Calif. -

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Women’s Basketball will play seven games at Gersten Pavilion to start the 2017-18 season giving the fans plenty of chances to see the Lions. The first half of the schedule again features the LMU Thanksgiving Classic, two Pac 12 teams on home court and an NCAA tournament team. All home games will be streamed on the W.TV.

Entering her sixth season as Lion’s head coach, Charity Elliott says "I'm very excited about our non-conference schedule.  I think it is a great mix of competition to prepare us for the challenges in the WCC."

The schedule features the regular season opener at UC Riverside on Nov. 10, this game starts the first and longest road trip of the season. After Riverside, the Lions head to Saint Louis (Nov. 13) and Long Beach (Nov. 17). A five-game home stand kicks off with LMU’s home opener, Nov. 21 against Arizona. The Annual LMU Thanksgiving Tournament will feature Eastern Michigan (Nov. 25) and Miami University (OH) (Nov. 2), Denver is slated to be at the tournament as well, but will not play LMU.

November 28th LMU is playing back-to-back games with Men’s basketball. The women will play Cal State Dominguez Hills at 5pm followed by the men’s game. The home stand finishes off December 1st with Southern California rival and Pac 12 member, USC.

A quick trip up the coast takes the Lions to UCSB (Dec. 7), before returning home to face Cal State Northridge (Dec. 9). Non-conference play concludes at SMC (Dec. 20).

The WCC schedule will be released later this Fall. Make sure to check back for the release of all games, times and season tickets.


 

 

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