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Cougar basketball releases 2023-24 non-conference schedule

The cougs will play 11 con-conference opponents this year

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With the Washington State basketball season just a few months away, the university released the 2023-24 non-conference schedule on Monday. While the conference schedule still has not been released, we do know the Cougs will play seven home games against non-conference opponents and four neutral site games.

The Cougs will open up their 2023-24 season with a home game against Idaho on Monday, November 6th and will follow that up with another home game later that week against Prairie View A&M on November 10th.

They will then head to the Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off on November 18th where they will play Mississippi State and then will matchup against either Northwestern or Rhode Island depending on how the bracket turns out on Sunday. Those games will be played at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.

Their next stretch begins the following week with four home games starting with Eastern Washington on November 27th, Portland State on December 2nd, UC Riverside on December 6th and Grambling State on December 10th.

A week later, the Cougs will participate in the Jerry Colangelo Classic in Phoenix, Arizona against Santa Clara on December 16th. Boise State makes the trip to Spokane as the Cougs will play in the Numerica Holiday Hoops games on December 21st.

Last season, the Cougs finished with a 5-6 record against non-conference opponents.



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