Virginia Tech women’s basketball Head Coach Kenny Brooks announced the Hokies’ 2023-24 non-conference schedule Wednesday afternoon, including a match-up with Radford University.
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The Hokies will play host to High Point in the season opener on Nov. 6 followed by a trip to Charlotte to play Caitlin Clark and Iowa on Nov. 9 in the Ally Tipoff. Tech is back home at Cassell Coliseum on Nov. 16 for the first matchup in school history with Houston Christian and again on Nov. 20 to face UNC Greensboro for the first time since 2008.
Thanksgiving week, the Hokies will travel to the tropics to take on Kansas and Tulane in the Cayman Islands Classic.
In the first edition of the ACC-SEC Challenge on Nov. 30, Brooks and the Hokies will travel to Baton Rouge, Louisiana for a meeting with the reigning national champions, LSU. The two met in the national semifinals in March with the Tigers winning a back-and-forth contest 79-72.
In early December, Tech will welcome Long Island (Dec. 6) and NRV foe Radford (Dec. 10) to Cassell.
On Dec. 17, the Hokies will travel to Rutgers in what will be just the second meeting since the schools were BIG EAST foes in the early 2000’s.
Tech’s final non-conference game will come on Dec. 21 vs. William & Mary which will be the first meeting between the two clubs since 2011.
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