Men’s Basketball Announces 2018-2019 Schedule

A-10 games begin Jan. 6 at Saint Joseph’s; nonconference matches include NCAA tournament teams Michigan and Virginia.

Terry Nolan Jr.
Sophomore guard Terry Nolan Jr. is one of two returning starters for the Colonials. (GW Sports)
September 10, 2018

The GW men's basketball program has announced its Atlantic 10 Conference schedule for the 2018-19 season, which includes home games with Dayton, Virginia Commonwealth, Saint Louis and St. Bonaventure as part of an 18-game league schedule.

The Colonials non-league games feature eight home contests along with several away-from-home games, including a trip to Virginia on Nov. 11 and a date with Michigan in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament on Nov. 17. The regular season opener is at 7 p.m. Nov. 6 against Stony Brook at the Charles E. Smith Center.

In A-10 matches, GW will play six nationally-televised games, including the opener at Saint Joseph's on Jan. 6, which will be carried by NBC Sports Network (NBCSN). The Colonials open the home portion of league play on Jan. 9 vs. Dayton, while also hosting Richmond (Jan. 12), Duquesne (Jan. 20 NBCSN) and Fordham (Jan. 30 Stadium Television Network).

In February league games, GW hosts VCU (Feb. 6), Saint Louis (Feb. 13 CBS Sports Network) and UMass (Feb. 20), while hitting the road for games at Richmond (Feb. 9), Duquesne (Feb. 16 NBCSN), VCU (Feb. 23) and Rhode Island (Feb. 26).
 
The Colonials will close their conference schedule with a home game against St. Bonaventure (March 2) and a road game against Fordham (March 6). Revolutionary Rival George Mason visits the Smith Center for the regular season finale on March 9 in a game that will be televised by Stadium Television Network.
 
GW previously announced its full, 13-game non-conference slate. Season tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting getGWtix.com or calling the box office at 202-99-GWTIX. To see the full schedule, click here.
 

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