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UMKC releases basketball schedule

Updated: 2013-08-22T04:58:47Z


The Kansas City Star

UMKC will open its Western Athletic Conference schedule in the league’s Northwest corner. The Kangaroos will visit Idaho on Jan. 2 and two days later play Seattle.

Also, UMKC will play two conference games at the Independence Events Center, which school officials have mentioned as a possible site for a future WAC Tournament.

The Kangaroos will play Bakersfield on Feb. 20 and Seattle on March 6 in Independence.

The WAC Tournament is March 11-14 in Las Vegas.

Most other home games will be played at Municipal Auditorium. The Kangaroos have three home games where the site hasn’t been announced.

UMKC basketball schedule

Nov. 1 Rockhurst (exhibition) 7:05 p.m.

Nov. 8 Emporia State

Nov. 11 at Creighton

Nov. 13 at Omaha

Nov. 20 at Tennessee-Martin

Nov. 25 at Iowa State

Nov. 30 Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Dec. 7 Youngstown State,** 12:05 p.m.

Dec. 14 Indiana State

Dec. 18 Miami, Ohio

Dec. 21 at Wright State

Dec. 28 South Dakota State

Jan. 2 at Idaho

Jan. 4 at Seattle

Jan. 11 Chicago State

Jan. 16 Texas-Pan American

Jan. 18 New Mexico State

Jan. 23 at Utah Valley

Jan. 25 at Bakersfield

Jan. 29 at Southeast Missouri State

Feb. 1 Grand Canyon

Feb. 8 at Chicago State

Feb. 13 at New Mexico State

Feb. 15 at Texas-Pan American

Feb. 20 Bakersfield*

Feb. 22 Utah Valley**

Feb. 27 at Grand Canyon

Mar. 6 Seattle*

Mar. 8 Idaho**

Mar. 11-14 WAC Tournament (Las Vegas)

Tipoff times to be announced unless otherwise noted.

*Independence Events Center

** home site to be announced

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