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August 7, 2013 at 6:24 PM

UW opens season against Seattle University

Washington will begin the 2013-14 season against crosstown rival Seattle University on Nov. 10.

The Huskies marquee non-conference games will be at the 19th annual 2K Sports Classic benefiting Wounded Warrior Project at Madison Square Garden. Washington will play Indiana on Nov. 21 and could face either Connecticut or Boston College on Nov. 22.

The Huskies will also host UConn at Alaska Airlines Arena on Dec. 22.

Other intriguing games on the non-conference schedule:

— Washington plays at Tulane on Dec. 17. Coach Lorenzo Romar said the team wanted to play at the Green Wave’s Delvin Fieldhouse to give incoming junior Jernard Jarreau, a New Orleans native, a chance to play in front of family and friends.

— Washington plays at San Diego State on Dec. 8. Romar said the game is just as tough as the Nov. 20, 2011 game at Saint Louis.

— Washington hosts Montana on Nov. 26.

Here’s the full schedule:

Wed. Nov. 6, CENTRAL WASHINGTON (Exh.) at Alaska Airlines Arena
Sun. Nov. 10, SEATTLE UNIVERSITY at Alaska Airlines Arena

2K Sports Classic Benefitting Wounded Warriors – Regional Rounds
Thurs. Nov. 14, UC IRVINE at Alaska Airlines Arena
Sun. Nov. 17, EASTERN WASHINGTON at Alaska Airlines Arena

2K Sports Classic Madison Square Garden; New York, N.Y. – Championship Rounds
Thur. Nov. 21, vs. Indiana New York, N.Y.
Fri. Nov. 22, vs. Boston College or Connecticut New York, N.Y.

Tue. Nov. 26, MONTANA at Alaska Airlines Arena
Sat. Nov. 30, LONG BEACH STATE at Alaska Airlines Arena
Sun. Dec. 8, at San Diego State San Diego, Calif. (Viejas Arena)
Sat. Dec. 14, IDAHO STATE at Alaska Airlines Arena
Tue. Dec. 17, at Tulane New Orleans, La. (Devlin Fieldhouse)
Sun. Dec. 22, CONNECTICUT at Alaska Airlines Arena
Fri. Dec. 27, MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE at Alaska Airlines Arena
Sun. Dec. 29, HARTFORD at Alaska Airlines Arena

PAC-12 SEASON:

Jan. 1-5 at Arizona, at Arizona State
Jan. 8-12 against Colorado, Utah
Jan. 15-20 at California, at Stanford
Jan. 22-26 against Oregon, Oregon State
Jan. 29-Feb. 2 at Washington State
Feb. 5-9 at Utah, at Colorado
Feb. 12-17 against Stanford, California
Feb. 19-23 at Oregon State, at Oregon
Feb. 26-Mar. 2 against Washington State
Mar. 4-8 against USC, UCLA
March 12-15 Pac-12 Tournament

(Note: Due to the unbalanced schedule Washington doesn’t make a trip to Los Angeles to play UCLA and USC. The Huskies also do not host Arizona and Arizona State.)
Home games in bold.

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