Georgetown Hoyas announce 2010-11 men's basketball schedule

By Tarik El Bashir
Washington Post Staff Writer
Friday, September 17, 2010; 5:24 PM

The Georgetown men's basketball team will open the upcoming season Nov. 12 at Old Dominion and begin its home schedule three days later when Tulane visits Verizon Center, the school announced Friday.

Georgetown's nonconference schedule is highlighted by road games against Missouri (Nov. 30), Temple (Dec. 9) and Memphis (Dec. 23). The Hoyas are also set to participate in the Charleston (S.C.) Classic, where they'll open against Coastal Carolina, before kicking off Big East play on Dec. 29 at Notre Dame.

The most notable games on the Hoyas' home slate are the New Year's Day meeting with DePaul and Saturday matinee contests against conference rivals West Virginia on Jan. 8 and Syracuse on Feb. 26.

In all, the Hoyas will face 21 opponents who played in postseason tournaments last season.

Full Hoyas schedule

Nov. 12 at Old Dominion

Nov. 15 vs. Tulane

Charleston (S.C.) Classic:

Nov. 18 at Coastal Carolina

Nov. 19 TBD

Nov. 20 TBD

Nov. 27 vs. UNC Asheville

Nov. 30 vs. Missouri

Dec. 4 vs. Utah State

Dec. 9 at Temple

Dec. 12 vs. Appalachian State

Dec. 18 vs. Loyola (Md.)

Dec. 23 Memphis

Dec. 29 at Notre Dame

Jan. 1 vs. DePaul

Jan. 3 at St. John's

Jan. 8 vs. West Virginia

Jan. 12 vs. Pittsburgh

Jan. 15 at Rutgers

Jan. 18 at Seton Hall

Jan. 26 vs. St. John's

Jan. 29 at Villanova

Jan. 31 vs. Louisville

Feb. 5 vs. Providence

Feb. 9 at Syracuse

Feb. 13 vs. Marquette

Feb. 16 at Connecticut

Feb. 19 at South Florida

Feb. 23 vs. Cincinnati

Feb. 26 vs Syracuse

March 5 at Cincinnati

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