A-State Women’s Baskteball SEASON OUTLOOK HANNA QEDAN
the most interesting conference schedules since I’ve been here in that we will play a true double round robin totaling 20 conference games.” The regular season will tip off Nov. 9 in Toledo when ASU takes on the Rockets, who reached the WNIT quarterfinals a year ago, followed by a Nov. 12 trip to UT Martin. The home opener is set for Nov. 15 against WNIT participant Wichita State followed by a Nov. 19 home matchup against Southeast Missouri State. A Nov. 21 trip to Southern California will close out a home-and-home series with the Trojans, who visited The Convo last season. The Red Wolves open Sun Belt Conference play Nov. 29 at Florida International followed by a Dec. 1 contest with Florida Atlantic before returning to Jonesboro for a matchup with in-state opponent Central Arkansas on Dec. 8. ASU will travel to Springfield, Mo., for a regional matchup with Missouri State Dec. 15 before returning to Jonesboro for three straight games. The
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Red Wolves will take on Austin Peay Dec. 17, followed by a Dec. 19 matchup against Nichols State and a Dec. 22 game against Louisiana-Lafayette. ASU will travel to Mobile, Ala., Dec. 29 to take on South Alabama followed by three straight games in The Convo against Middle Tennessee (Jan. 2), Western Kentucky (Jan. 6) and Florida International (Jan. 9). The Red Wolves will play at LouisianaLafayette on Jan. 12, followed by a Jan. 20 home game against ULM. A-State will play in Troy, Ala. Jan. 24 for a matchup with the Trojans, before taking Florida Atlantic (Jan. 24), South Alabama (Jan. 26) and North Texas (Jan. 30) at home to close out the month. The month of February opens with a Feb. 3 contest at Middle Tennessee and a Feb. 9 game at Western Kentucky. In-state opponent Arkansas-Little Rock will play at The Convo Feb. 13, followed by a road game at Louisiana-Monroe Feb. 16. ASU’s final home game will be against Troy Feb. 23, while the the team will close out the regular season with road games at North Texas (Feb. 27) and at UALR (March 2).
Published on Oct 25, 2017