BRIEF: Athletics releases some teams’ schedules, others yet to be announced

Alumna Alek Akuen scores 2 points for the Cougars in their game against Eastern Kentucky on Saturday, Feb. 8. Women's basketball is scheduled to start games at the end of November. 

SIUE Athletics has released the spring schedules for men and womens’ basketball, women’s soccer and volleyball, with every sport at SIUE playing this spring.

Men’s basketball will start the season on Nov. 27 at Youngstown State. The first home game will be against the University of Nebraska Omaha. They’ll be finishing the season at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana, for the OVC Basketball Tournament, scheduled to start March 3. 

Women’s basketball will be starting their season at Purdue Fort Wayne on Nov. 25, and their first home game will be against the University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis. The Ohio Valley Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament is also scheduled to start March 3 at Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana.

Women’s soccer will be starting the season at Eastern Kentucky University on March 2. The first home game will be held against Austin Peay State University on March 5. According to the Ohio Valley Conference website, details on the tournament will be revealed at a later date. 

Volleyball will start their season at Southeast Missouri State University on Feb. 7, and their first home game will be against Murray State on Feb. 14. Volleyball’s OVC Tournament date has also not been announced yet. 

Check out schedules for men’s basketball, women’s basketballwomen’s soccer and volleyball on SIUE Athletics website. The Alestle will continue to provide updates.

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