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OUA Unveils 2015-16 Basketball Schedule

The OUA unveiled the schedule for the 2015-16 basketball season today.

OUA Release

The Thunderwolves, slotted in the Central division with McMaster, Brock, and Guelph, will have some chances at their divisional foes early in the schedule, on top of playing their first six regular season games in the Thunderdome.

In their regular season debut, the Thunderwolves will begin the 2015-16 campaign where they left off last February, in a double header versus the gritty Guelph Gryphons, on November 6 and 7.

The high-octane duo of Carleton and Ottawa visit Thunder Bay the following weekend, with Nipissing and Laurentian after that.

The following divisional double-header is against the Brock Badgers in St Catharines at the end of November. McMaster visits the Thunderdome Jan 29-30.

Overall, the ‘Wolves regular season will feature eight games in November, three in January, and eight in February.

The Thunderwolves’ respective men’s and women’s non-conference schedules (pre-season and December) will be released at a later date.

Lakehead Basketball 2015-16 Regular Season Schedule

Date Opponent Time Location
Nov 6 Guelph 6/8pm Thunder Bay
Nov 7 Guelph 6/8pm Thunder Bay
Nov 13 Carleton 6/8pm Thunder Bay
Nov 14 Ottawa 6/8pm Thunder Bay
Nov 20 Nipissing 6/8pm Thunder Bay
Nov 21 Laurentian 6/8pm Thunder Bay
Nov 27 Brock 6/8pm St. Catharines
Nov 28 Brock 6/8pm St. Catharines
Jan 23 Algoma 6/8pm Sault Ste Marie
Jan 29 McMaster 6/8pm Thunder Bay
Jan 30 McMaster 6/8pm Thunder Bay
Feb 5 York 6/8pm Toronto
Feb 6 Queen’s 6/8pm Kingston
Feb 12 Waterloo 6/8pm Kitchener/Waterloo
Feb 13 Wilfrid Laurier 6/8pm Kitchener/Waterloo
Feb 19 Ryerson 6/8pm Thunder Bay
Feb 20 Toronto 6/8pm Thunder Bay
Feb 26 Western 6/8pm London
Feb 27 Windsor 6/8pm Windsor
Mar 2 & 5 OUA Playoffs TBA TBA
Mar 11 -12 Final Four TBA TBA

 

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