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Sun Belt basketball schedules released for CCU

CONWAY, SC (WMBF) – The Sun Belt has released its men’s and women’s conference basketball schedules for the upcoming season – the first in which Coastal Carolina will be a participating member.

Cliff Ellis and the men’s team will open the Sun Belt slate at UT Arlington on New Year’s Eve. The Sun Belt home opener at The HTC Center will be on January 7th when CCU hosts Arkansas State. Both CCU’s men’s and women’s 2016-17 Sun Belt schedules can be found below:

MEN’S BASKETBALL
December 31 - at UT Arlington
January 2 - at Texas State
January 7 – vs. Arkansas State
January 9 – vs. Little Rock
January 14 – at Appalachian State
January 21 -  at Georgia State
January 23 - at Georgia Southern
January 28 – vs. Texas State
January 30 – vs. UT Arlington
February 4 - at Little Rock
February 6 - at Arkansas State
February 11 – vs. Georgia Southern
February 13 – vs. Georgia State
February 18 - at Troy
February 20 - at South Alabama
February 25 – vs. UL Lafayette
February 27 – vs. UL Monroe
March 5 - at Appalachian State

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
December 29 - at Texas State
December 31 - at UT Arlington
January 5 – vs. Little Rock
January 7 – vs. Arkansas State
January 14 – vs. Appalachian State
January 19 - at Georgia Southern
January 21 - at Georgia State
January 26 – vs. UT Arlington
January 28 – vs. Texas State
February 2 - at Arkansas State
February 4 - at Little Rock
February 9 – vs. Georgia State
February 11 – vs. Georgia Southern
February 16 - at South Alabama
February 18 - at Troy
February 23 – vs. UL Monroe
February 25 – vs. UL Lafayette
March 4 - at Appalachian State

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