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Women’s Basketball Announces 2022-23 Non-Conference Schedule

Women’s Basketball Announces 2022-23 Non-Conference Schedule

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Rutgers women’s basketball has released its 2022-23 non-conference schedule. Times and television designations will be announced in the coming weeks.
The Scarlet Knights begin the campaign at home against Hofstra on Monday, Nov. 7 inside Jersey Mike’s Arena, the first of nine home contests for the non-conference slate.

RU plays its first four contests at home in November against Hofstra (Mon., Nov. 7), Seton Hall (Fri., Nov. 11), NJIT (Sun., Nov. 13), and North Carolina Central (Wed., Nov. 16).
Rutgers will then hit the road for the Battle 4 Atlantis for three to-be-announced games against a field including Louisville, Tennessee, South Dakota State, UCLA, Marquette, Texas, and Gonzaga. The Scarlet Knights return stateside for another home game against Cornell on Sun., Nov. 27.

The Scarlet Knights drew Boston College on the road in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Wed., Nov. 30.


Non-conference action wraps up in December with four more home games against Delaware State on Wednesday the 7th, Hampton on Saturday the 10th, Princeton on Thursday the 15th, and New Orleans on Sunday the 18th.

Rutgers renews a pair of regional rivalries with Seton Hall and Princeton this season. The Scarlet Knights face off against the Pirates for the first time since 2017 in the 46th meeting of the New Jersey foes. RU also plays Princeton for the first time since 2017, marking the 21st meeting since first squaring off in 1974.


The Big Ten announced Rutgers’ conference opponents for the 2022-23 season in June, with official dates and times to be announced in the coming weeks. 


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