WKU BASKETBALL | Full 2017-2018 Schedule Revealed

08/29/2017 06:04 PM

The 2017-2018 WKU men’s basketball regular season schedule has been revealed.

Overall, the Hilltoppers will 18 home games this season, nine non-conference games (including exhibition games) and nine Conference USA games.

“This is a very challenging schedule with a lot of good home games and great opportunities on the road against some of the better teams in the country,” said head coach Rick Stansbury.

Here is what the full WKU schedule looks like:

Nov. 1 – vs. Campbellsville (Exh.) in Diddle Arena
Nov. 7 – vs. Cumberland U. (Exh.) in Diddle Arena
Nov. 10 – vs. Missouri St. in Diddle Arena
Nov. 15 – vs. Kentucky Wesleyan in Diddle Arena
Nov. 19 – vs. Nicholls St. in Diddle Arena
Nov. 22 – vs. Villanova in Nassau, Bahamas
Nov. 23 – vs. Purdue / Tennessee in Nassau, Bahamas
Nov. 24 – vs. TBD in Nassau, Bahamas
Nov. 29 – vs. Eastern Kentucky in Diddle Arena
Dec. 2 – vs. Wright St. in Diddle Arena
Dec. 10 – at Ohio in Athens, Oh.
Dec. 13 – at Wisconsin in Madison, Wi.
Dec. 16 – vs. Indiana St. in Diddle Arena
Dec. 19 – vs. Belmont in Diddle Arena
Dec. 22 – at Austin Peay in Clarksville, Tn.
Dec. 28 – vs. Louisiana Tech in Diddle Arena
Dec. 30 – vs. Southern Miss in Diddle Arena
Jan. 6 – at Marshall in Huntington W. Va.
Jan. 11 – at Old Dominion in Norfolk, Va.
Jan. 13 – at Charlotte in Charlotte, N.C.
Jan. 18 – vs. UAB in Diddle Arena
Jan. 20 – vs. Middle Tennessee in Diddle Arena
Jan. 27 – vs. Marshall in Diddle Arena
Feb. 1 – at UTEP in El Paso, Tx.
Feb. 3 – at UTSA in San Antonio, Tx.
Feb. 8 vs. Florida Atlantic in Diddle Arena
Feb. 10 – vs. FIU in Diddle Arena
Feb. 15 – at North Texas in Denton, Tx.
Feb. 17 – at Rice in Houston, Tx.
Feb. 22 – vs. Charlotte in Diddle Arena
Feb. 24 – vs. Old Dominion in Diddle Arena
March 1 – at Middle Tennessee in Murfreesboro, Tn.
March 3 – at UAB in Birmingham, Al.
March 7-10 – C-USA Tournament in Frisco, Tx.

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