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November 21, 2011

2011-12 UNO Basketball – Morning Round Up – 11/21/11

Articles About UNO:

Well it’s not really an article ABOUT UNO since it’s BY UNO’s own John Ring. Check out his blog post here on the first four games. Ring does a great job recapping what’s happened and giving a tiny window into the team. Great stuff.

UNO Opponents In Action:

Teams UNO is playing are in ALL CAPS. The winners are in bold.

11/20
Women – LOYOLA CHICAGO vs. Eastern Michigan – LOSS 63-55 (3-1)
Men – MICHIGAN STATE vs. Arkansas-Little Rock – WIN 69-47 (2-2)
Men – NORTHERN ILLINOIS vs. Eastern Illinois – LOSS 67-55 (0-4)
Men – WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE vs. Texas Southern – WIN 73-38 (4-0)
Men – COPPIN STATE @ Connecticut – LOSS 87-70 (1-3)
Men – NEVADA vs. Prairie View A&M – WIN 60-47 (2-2)

UNO Opponent Records:

These records do not include games against UNO.

Women:
Overall (46-47)

D1 (13-19)
Kentucky (4-0)
South Dakota (1-0)
Loyola Chicago (3-1)
UMKC (2-1)
Marshall (1-2)
Cornell (1-2)
Saint Louis (1-3)
Louisiana-Lafayette (0-2)
Western Illinois (0-2)
Tulsa (0-3)
Texas-Arlington (0-3)

D2 (7-12)
Sioux Falls (2-1)
Metro State (1-0)
West Virginia State (1-1)
Western State (1-1)
Missouri Western (1-2)
Northwest Missouri State (1-3)
Upper Iowa (0-1)
New Orleans (0-3)

NCCAA (1-8)
Dallas Christian (1-8)

NAIA (25-8)
Concordia (6-0)
College of St. Mary (7-1)
Briar Cliff (6-1)
Dakota Wesleyan (3-2)
York (3-5)

Men:
Overall (51-60)

D1 (17-24)
North Dakota State (4-0)
Wisconsin-Milwaukee (4-0)
Cal State Bakersfield (2-1)
Colorado State (2-2)
Nevada (2-2)
Michigan State (2-2)
Coppin State (1-3)
IPFW (0-1)
Seattle (0-2)
Western Illinois (0-2)
South Dakota (0-2)
UMKC (0-3)
Northern Illinois (0-4)

D2 (3-5)
Nebraska Kearney (1-1)
Washburn (2-2)
Chardon State (0-2)

NAIA (31-31)
Briar Cliff (7-0)
St. Mary’s (Kan.) (5-2)
Concordia (Neb.) (3-2)
Doane College (4-3)
Benedictine College (3-3)
Avila (3-4)
Hastings College (3-4)
Johnson & Wales (2-6)
Peru State (1-7)

Upcoming Opponents:

UNO’s Women’s opponent next Sunday is Marshall. Marshall lost on Saturday the 19th to Ohio. Here’s the recap from the WV Metro News.

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