Scottie Bordelon is a reporter for WholeHogSports.com. A graduate of the University of Arkansas, Bordelon previously covered high school sports for the Times Record in Fort Smith and the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette in Springdale. He is a member of the U.S. Basketball Writers Association and Football Writers Association of America and voter for the Biletnikoff Award.
Arkansas women finalize 2019-20 schedule
Arkansas coach Mike Neighbors smiles during a WNIT third round game Thursday, March 28, 2019, in Fayetteville.
FAYETTEVILLE — All dates have been finalized on Arkansas’ 2019-20 women's basketball schedule.
The Razorbacks’ 29-game schedule features 17 games at Bud Walton Arena, nine road games, two games in the Bahamas Hoopfest as well as a meeting with Arkansas-Little Rock in Verizon Arena. Arkansas officially opens its season at home on Nov. 8 against New Orleans.
Nonconference dates were announced in mid-August and remaining dates were set with the Southeastern Conference's schedule release Wednesday. Game times and broadcast designations have not been announced.
The Razorbacks finished last season 22-15 overall and 6-10 in SEC play under second-year coach Mike Neighbors. Arkansas reached the SEC Tournament championship game for the first time in program history and became the first No. 10 seed to ever advance to the final game.
2019-20 Arkansas women's basketball schedule
Oct. 24 - vs. Pittsburg State (Exhibition)
Oct. 30 - vs. Oklahoma City University (Exhibition)
Nov. 8 - vs. New Orleans (Season opener)
Nov. 11 - vs. McNeese State
Nov. 14 - vs. Oral Roberts
Nov. 17 - vs. Stony Brook
Nov. 20 - vs. Belmont
Nov. 24 - at California
Nov. 29 - vs. Fordham (Bahamas Hoopfest)
Nov. 30 - vs. Wisconsin (Bahamas Hoopfest)
Dec. 7 - vs. Kansas State (Big 12/SEC Challenge)
Dec. 11 - vs. Tulsa
Dec. 15 - vs. Northwestern State
Dec. 21 - vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (Verizon Arena)
Dec. 29 - vs. UT-Martin
Jan. 2 - Texas A&M
Jan. 5 - at Auburn
Jan. 9 - at South Carolina
Jan. 12 - Missouri
Jan. 19 - at Vanderbilt
Jan. 23 - Georgia
Jan. 26 - Florida
Jan. 30 - at Alabama
Feb. 2 - at Missouri
Feb. 6 - South Carolina
Feb. 9 - Kentucky
Feb. 16 - at Ole Miss
Feb. 20 - Tennessee
Feb. 24 - at Florida
Feb. 27 - at Mississippi State
March 1 - LSU
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