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Males's Basketball Releases 2022-23 Schedule – The Faculty of New Jersey Athletics – The Faculty of New Jersey Athletics


EWING, N.J. – A Division I exhibition, one other residence tip-off occasion, two high-profile tournaments amongst a loaded non-conference slate, and a usually daunting NJAC gauntlet headline the 2022-23 TCNJ males’s basketball schedule.

Head coach Matt Goldsmith and firm head to Division I Rider for a crosstown showdown on November 12, which matches down as an exhibition for the Lions. The official season opener comes November 15 with a visit to Ursinus earlier than the workforce returns residence for the second version of the TCNJ Tip-Off Event, which begins November 18 with a matchup in opposition to Pratt Institute and in addition options Neumann, a 2022 NCAA Event squad, and Penn State-Altoona.

TCNJ kicks off NJAC play at Rutgers-Camden on November 22, the beginning of a stretch of 5 consecutive league video games headlined by a Packer Corridor showdown with NCAA Event participant Rowan on November 30.

The Lions then journey south for back-to-back showcase tournaments, starting with the Jay Bilas Small Faculty Basic in Charlotte. TCNJ will check its mettle in opposition to Lynchurg on December 20 earlier than matching up the subsequent day with Christoper Newport, which spent a lot of final season ranked within the top-10 and superior to the Elite Eight.

Per week later, the Lions head to Virginia for Washington and Lee’s vacation event, the place they will face Mary Washington on December 29 and a to-be-determined foe the next day.

TCNJ begins the brand new 12 months with a house date in opposition to reigning NJAC champ Stockton on January 4. The Lions go to Rowan on January 25 and to Stockton on February 8 earlier than wrapping up the house slate in opposition to Ramapo on February 11. The common season ends on February 15 at Rutgers-Newark, with the NJAC Event set to tip off on February 18.

The Lions return all 5 starters from final 12 months’s squad, together with fifth-year ahead Danny Bodine and second-team All-NJAC performer Anthony DiCaro, two of eight seniors on an skilled roster.


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