After finishing 3rd in the MEAC last season with an 11-5 conference record, Morgan State is looking forward to another powerful season at Hill Field House. This week, the Bears released their Non-Conference schedule for the season.
|Nov. 10||at Binghamton||1st Meeting|
|Nov. 13||at South Florida||0-1|
|Nov. 18||at West Virginia||0-2|
|Nov. 27||at Mount St. Mary’s||1-6|
|Nov. 29||at George Washington||0-3|
|Dec. 3||at Naval Academy||0-2|
|Dec. 6||at Towson||13-15|
|Dec. 9||at Manhattan||2-3|
|Dec. 22||at George Mason||1-2|
|Dec. 27||vs. Grand Canyon||1st Meeting|
|Dec. 30||at California State, Northridge||0-4|
Key Games to Look Out For
West Virginia: The Hardest opponent on the schedule for MSU. Although a win is not expected. MSU should use this game to compare their talents to the best of the best. If MSU can handle the press of WVU, then the Bears will be set for great things.
George Washington: MSU’s new Atheltic Director, Edward Scott will be returning to his old stomping grounds. Before coming to MSU, Ed Scott was an assistant athletic director at George Washington. Surely using his knowledge learned at GW, Scott’s program will be expecting to return to his former job with a Win.
Towson: This series is rather close. Both schools will keep their eyes close on this matchup that will surely heat up Baltimore!
Manhattan: This game will be a rematch of MSU’s best games from last year. MSU defeated Manhattan 85-83 in Double Overtime last year on December 6th. Let’s see if both schools can create an instant classic this time around!
One of the best scorers in College Basketball next season? Morgan State's G Tiwian Kendley. Former JUCO player. 21 PPG last yr. Keep eye on. pic.twitter.com/CED1gDZ9Ry
— Live Basketball BR 🏀🇧🇷 (@livebsktbr) July 19, 2017
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