OXFORD, Ohio — The Miami University women’s basketball schedule for 2023-24 is a beacon of excitement. It showcases four captivating home non-conference games, a dynamic duo of matchups in the MAC versus Sun Belt Challenge, and a robust roster of Mid-American Conference clashes.
Claim your season tickets now! Starting at just $66*, ardent fans have the chance to secure their seats for all 13 exhilarating home games. Those looking to renew their tickets can simply call the Miami Athletic Ticket Office at (513) 529-4295. Aspiring new season ticket holders can conveniently click HERE to make their purchase.
Head coach Glenn Box has shared his enthusiasm for the upcoming schedule, noting, “The schedule presents a multitude of challenges and strategically spaced intervals throughout the season, offering valuable practice opportunities. We’re eagerly anticipating the journey ahead as we witness the growth of this program. A new era is upon us!”
In the domain of non-conference play, the RedHawks are poised to host Western Kentucky (Saturday, Nov. 18), Xavier (Monday, Nov. 27), and Dayton (Saturday, Dec. 9). Moreover, a pivotal showdown is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 10 as part of the MAC/Sun Belt Challenge.
When facing formidable non-conference rivals on the road, the RedHawks are set to engage in gripping contests against Vermont (Monday, Nov. 6), Louisiana Monroe (Saturday, Nov. 11), Michigan State (Sunday, Dec. 3), Eastern Kentucky (Wednesday, Dec. 6), Michigan (Saturday, Dec. 16), Oakland (Thursday, Dec. 21), and Austin Peay (Saturday, Dec. 30). It’s noteworthy that the clash with Louisiana Monroe on Nov. 11 contributes to the MAC/Sun Belt Challenge.
In the realm of conference action, the RedHawks are prepared to captivate their home audience as they square off against Toledo (Wednesday, Jan. 3), Kent State (Wednesday, Jan. 10), Bowling Green (Saturday, Jan. 20), Central Michigan (Wednesday, Jan. 31), Buffalo (Wednesday, Feb. 7), Western Michigan (Saturday, Feb. 17), Eastern Michigan (Saturday, Feb. 24), Northern Illinois (Wednesday, March 6), and Ohio (Saturday, March 9).
Venturing on the road for pivotal MAC matchups, Miami will journey to Northern Illinois (Saturday, Jan. 6), Western Michigan (Saturday, Jan. 13), Eastern Michigan (Wednesday, Jan. 17), Ball State (Wednesday, Jan. 24), Ohio (Saturday, Jan. 27), Akron (Saturday, Feb. 3), Toledo (Wednesday, Feb. 21), Central Michigan (Wednesday, Feb. 28), and Bowling Green (Saturday, March 2).
Entering his inaugural year as head coach, Glenn Box brings back four accomplished letter-winners from the 2022-23 season and introduces a noteworthy ensemble of eight new talents to fortify the RedHawks for the upcoming season.
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