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Iowa women's basketball announces non-conference schedule

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IOWA CITY (KWWL) - The Hawkeye women's basketball team has announced their non-conference schedule for the 2014-15 season, including a game against UNI.

The Hawkeye women, who return 10 letterwinners from the 27-9 squad, will play an exhibition game against St. Ambrose on Nov. 9 before opening the season against USC Upstate on Nov. 14 in Iowa City.

After a game against Robert Morris on November 16 in Carver-Hawkeye Arena, the Hawkeyes will then welcome University of Tennessee-Martin, Pepperdine and Dayton to Iowa City for the Hawkeye Challenge. The tournament will be played Nov. 21 and 22. Match-ups will announced later.

Iowa then hosts the University of Northern Iowa on Nov. 25 before hitting the road for games against Arkansas and Gonzaga in Las Vegas at the South Point Thanksgiving Shootout, and then traveling to Kentucky for a game against Louisville.

They wrap up the home portion of the non-conference schedule with games against Colorado and Iowa State before heading to Des Moines to take on Drake.

In the Big Ten schedule, Iowa will host Indiana, Michigan, Penn State, Purdue, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Ohio State and Wisconsin.
They will travel to Illinois, Maryland, Michigan State, Rutgers, Minnesota, Nebraska, Northwestern, Ohio State and Wisconsin.

2014 Nonconference Schedule:

Nov. 9: St. Ambrose - Iowa City (Exhibition)

Nov. 14: USC Upstate - Iowa City

Nov. 16: Robert Morris - Iowa City

Nov. 21: UT-Martin/Dayton/Pepperdine (Hawkeye Challenge)

Nov. 22: UT-Martin/Dayton/Pepperdine (Hawkeye Challenge)

Nov. 25: Northern Iowa - Iowa City

Nov. 28: Arkansas - Las Vegas, Nev. (South Point Thanksgiving Shootout)

Nov. 29: Gonzaga - Las Vegas, Nev. (South Point Thanksgiving Shootout)

Dec. 4: Louisville - Louisville, Ky. (ACC/Big Ten Challenge)

Dec. 7: Colorado - Iowa City

Dec. 11: Iowa State - Iowa City

Dec. 21: Drake - Des Moines, Iowa

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