Utah Valley women’s basketball 2022-23 schedule announced

Reading Time: < 1 minutes The 2022-23 UVU Women’s Basketball schedule consists of high-profile nonconference games as well as a loaded Western Athletic Conference schedule.

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Utah Valley University’s Women’s basketball team has announced its schedule for the 2022-23 season in which the end goal is to be hoisting the Western Athletic Conference championship trophy come March, granting an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. 

The Wolverines will start the season with a home exhibition game against Fort Lewis on Oct. 29 and will then host Park University in the season opener on Nov. 7. After the home opener, the Wolverines will hit the road for a four-game road trip. The first two stops of the road trip include games against the University of Utah on Nov. 11 and University of Nevada, Las Vegas on Nov. 16. Both of these teams made the NCAA tournament last year and will help boost the Wolverine’s nonconference resume. 

Two more in-state rivalry games encompass the Wolverine nonconference schedule with a game at Weber State University on Nov. 19 and a game in Logan vs. Utah State University on Dec. 3. The Wolverines finish out their non-conference schedule with a home game against Idaho State University on Dec. 21.

WAC play begins on Dec. 29 as the Wolverines host Grand Canyon University in the UCCU Center. The Wolverines will also host and visit new WAC members, University of Texas-Arlington, and Southern Utah University. A home matchup vs The UT-Arlington Mavericks will take place on Feb. 9, 2023, with the Thunderbirds making their trip to Orem the same week, on Feb. 11. 

To conclude the season the Wolverines will travel to Las Vegas for the WAC championships. The tournament will take place from Mar. 6-11 in the Michelob ULTRA Arena and The Orleans Arena. 

For a full schedule and more information visit gouvu.com

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