Storrs, Conn. (WTNH) - The UConn women's basketball team will face Stanford, Texas A&M, Oklahoma and Fairfield University in their non-conference schedule this season.
The Huskies Tuesday released details of their 14-game non-conference schedule. Ten of those games will be home games.
According to the university, seven of the teams qualified for the 2011 NCAA Tournament and two were in the finals.
The Huskies will play Assumption and Pace in their two exhibition games. They open the regular season on November 13th against Holy Cross.
Here is the non-conference schedule, as released by the university (home game opponents in CAPS):
Thur. Nov. 3 -- ASSUMPTION (exhib.)
Wed. Nov. 9 -- PACE (exhib.)
Sun. Nov. 13 -- HOLY CROSS
Tue. Nov. 15 -- PACIFIC
Mon. Nov. 21 -- STANFORD
World Vision Classic
Gampel Pavilion, Storrs, Conn.
Fri. Nov. 25 -- Buffalo vs. Dayton
-- CONNECTICUT vs. Fairleigh Dickinson
Sat. Nov. 26 -- Fairleigh Dickinson vs. Dayton
-- CONNECTICUT vs. Buffalo
Sun. Nov. 27 -- Buffalo vs. Fairleigh Dickinson
-- CONNECTICUT vs. Dayton
Wed. Nov. 30 -- TOWSON
Jimmy V Classic
Hosted by the University of Connecticut
Tue. Dec. 6 -- TEXAS A&M
Sun. Dec. 18 -- at Baylor
Wed. Dec. 21 -- at College of Charleston
Wed. or Thurs. 28-29 -- FAIRFIELD
Mon. Jan. 16 -- NORTH CAROLINA
Mon. Jan. 30 -- at Duke
Mon. Feb. 13 -- at Oklahoma
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