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Nebraska women's basketball releases nonconference schedule

Nebraska women's basketball releases nonconference schedule

The Nebraska women released their nonconference schedule Wednesday, which features eight regular-season home games — including a matchup with Creighton on Nov. 17 — that fans will be allowed to attend.

The Huskers play an exhibition game against NAIA Midland on Nov. 1 before opening 2020-21 at Pinnacle Bank Arena against Maine on Nov. 9.

The schedule also includes matchups against Drake, Indiana State, Wyoming, Alabama A&M, North Carolina Central and Prairie View A&M. The Huskers face Wake Forest as part of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge and will play in a Thanksgiving tournament in San Diego.

"We are so excited to have our great Husker fans back with us at Pinnacle Bank Arena this season," coach Amy Williams said in a press release. "We are also excited about playing a full non-conference schedule after getting just two non-conference games at home last year. Our players worked hard this summer and will be ready for a challenging season."

The Huskers nonconference schedule is below:

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Nov. 1: vs. Midland (exhibition)

Nov. 9: vs. Maine

Nov. 11: vs. Prairie View A&M

Nov. 14: vs. Alabama A&M

Nov. 17: vs. Creighton

Nov. 20: vs. North Carolina Central

Nov. 26: vs. Drexel at San Diego

Nov. 27: vs. Fresno State or San Diego at San Diego

Dec. 1: at Wake Forest (Big Ten/ACC Challenge)

Dec. 11: vs. Indiana State 

Dec. 19: vs. Drake 

Dec. 22: vs. Wyoming 

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