Kennesaw State Men’s Basketball Releases 2016-17 Non-Conference Schedule

Season Starts at Iowa on Friday, November 11
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KENNESAW, Ga. –
The Kennesaw State men’s basketball team has released its non-conference schedule, head coach Al Skinner announced on Tuesday, October 4.
 
“With our non-conference schedule, we really tried to get a good balance,” Skinner said. “We’re playing some games that will give us a chance to test ourselves, but we’ll also have some opportunities to play some games at home. We play good teams on the road and that will help prepare us for our league schedule.”
 
With the completion of the non-conference schedule, KSU will play 13 home games this season starting with Brewton-Parker on Monday, November 14. Other highlights on the home schedule include Chattanooga on Saturday, November 26 and Mercer on Wednesday, December 28.
 
To begin the season, the Owls will travel to Iowa City, Iowa to take on the Iowa Hawkeyes on Friday, November 11 on Big Ten Network Plus.
 
Another matchup with a Big 10 school comes on December 3 when Kennesaw State travels to play the Michigan Wolverines before taking a break for final exams.
 
Season tickets are currently on sale for just $99. Fans wishing to purchase season tickets may do so by calling the KSU Ticket Office at 470-578-6957.
 
The rest of the non-conference schedule is listed below or can be seen on KSUOwls.com.
 

Date Opponent
Friday, November 4 Georgia Southwestern (Nov. 4)
Friday, November 11 at Iowa
Monday, November 14 Brewton-Parker
Wednesday, November 16 at Bethune Cookman
Saturday, November 19 at UMBC
Tuesday, November 22 Alabama State
Saturday, November 26 Chattanooga
Monday, November 28 at South Florida
Wednesday, November 30 at Florida A&M
Saturday, December 3 at Michigan
Wednesday, December 14 at Rider
Saturday, December 17 at UMass
Tuesday, December 20 at Pacific
Thursday, December 22 North Carolina A&T
Wednesday, December 28 Mercer
Saturday, December 31 North Georgia
Monday, January 2 at Tennessee State


 

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