GW Men's Basketball 2012-13 OOC Schedule - Dec. 11 at Rutgers
Scarlet Knights Mark Second Big East Foe, Third Power Conference Opponent for Colonials
July 12, 2012
Watch the video, then visit Facebook.com/GWsports and answer today's trivia question for the chance to win a great prize for the 2012-13 GW Men's Basketball season! Be sure to check back to GWsports.com each day until July 15 as a new men's basketball non-conference opponent and game date is announced.
George Washington men's basketball will face its second Big East opponent of the 2012-13 non-conference schedule when it visits Rutgers at the RAC in Piscataway, N.J., on Tuesday, Dec. 11.
The Colonials will also travel to Big East foe Notre Dame during the 2012-13 out-of-conference slate on Wednesday, Nov. 21. Along with the Dec. 8 home game against Big 12 Conference member Kansas State, three of GW's four power conference opponents have been revealed.
Mike Rice has coached Rutgers to a 29-35 overall record the past two seasons after winning 73 games in three seasons at Robert Morris from 2007-10. The Scarlet Knights went 14-18, including 6-12 in Big East play, in 2011-12, but won 11 of their games at home inside the Louis Brown Athletic Center, also known as the RAC.
Rice returns four starters from last year's team, led by rising sophomore guard and returning leading scorer Eli Carter (13.8 ppg), and adds Kansas State transfer and Washington, D.C., native Wally Judge. Judge, who sat out the 2011-12 campaign at RU, was an honorable mention Washington Post All-Met selection at Bladensburg High School in 2007 before playing his final two scholastic seasons in Florida.
After checking in and watching Coach Lonergan's daily game breakdown, fans can visit Facebook.com/GWsports and answer a trivia question for a chance to be entered in a grand prize giveaway at the conclusion of the non-conference schedule announcements. Prizes include an annual subscription to GW All-Access, two Colonials Club passes for the men's basketball team's home opener, or men's basketball endzone season tickets.
Sat., Nov. 3 - vs. Catholic University (Exhibition) - Charles E. Smith Center
Sat., Nov. 10 - vs. Youngstown State - Charles E. Smith Center
Sat., Nov. 17 - at Boston University - Boston, Mass.
Wed., Nov. 21 - at Notre Dame - Purcell Pavilion, South Bend, Ind.
Sat., Nov. 24 - vs. Hofstra - Charles E. Smith Center
Mon., Nov. 26 - vs. Mount St. Mary's - Charles E. Smith Center
Wed., Nov. 28 - at James Madison - JMU Convocation Center, Harrisonburg, Va.
Sun., Dec. 2 - BB&T Classic - Verizon Center, Washington, D.C.
Tues., Dec. 4 - at Bradley - Carver Arena, Peoria, Ill.
Sat., Dec. 8 - vs. Kansas State - Charles E. Smith Center
Tues., Dec. 11 - at Rutgers - Louis Brown Athletic Center, Piscataway, N.J.
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