UA Women's Hoops non-conference set - Tucson News Now

UA Women's Hoops non-conference set

 TUCSON, Ariz. – Head coach Niya Butts and the Arizona women’s basketball program announced its 2014-15 non-conference schedule on Wednesday.

The Wildcats, who will debut their best recruiting class in history and play in a newly-renovated McKale Center, will complete a home-and-home series with five opponents they saw last year and see five new opponents.

UA will open its season on Tuesday, Nov. 11 with an exhibition matchup with Concordia-Irvine and open the regular season with Cal State Bakersfield on Monday, Nov. 17.

Arizona will then travel to Lubbock, Texas to take on Texas Tech on Friday, Nov. 21 and turn around to host UC Santa Barbara on Tuesday, Nov. 25.

On Thanksgiving weekend, the Wildcats will play in the FUI Tournament in Miami, Fla. before returning to McKale to welcome Grambling State on Wednesday, Dec. 3.

Arizona will then travel to Winston-Salem, N.C. and play Wake Forest and host Southern and UAB in Tucson before closing the non-conference season with a trip to Stephen F. Austin and a home matchup with University of Tennessee-Martin.

For complete results and continued coverage of Arizona women’s basketball, visit ArizonaWildcats.com, or follow on Twitter @ArizonaWBBall.

Date

Opponent

Site

Time

11/11/14

Concordia-Irvine

McKale Center

3 p.m.

11/17/14

Cal State Bakersfield

McKale Center

7 p.m.

11/21/14

Texas Tech

Lubbock, Texas

TBA

11/25/14

UC Santa Barbara

McKale Center

11 a.m.

11/28-30/14

FIU Tournament

Miami, Fla.

TBA

12/3/14

Grambling State

McKale Center

7 p.m.

12/7/14

Wake Forest

Winston-Salem, N.C.

1 p.m.

12/11/14

Southern

McKale Center

7 p.m.

12/14/14

UAB

McKale Center

Noon

12/20/14

Stephen F. Austin

Nacagdoches, Texas

4:30 p.m.

12/29/14

UT Martin

McKale Center

7 p.m.

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