Coach Adair Releases 2012-13 Women's Basketball Schedule

From the College of Charleston Media Relations

CHARLESTON, S.C. - The College of Charleston women's basketball team will play opponents from the Big East, SEC and Conference USA as head coach Natasha Adair announced the schedule for the 2012-13 season today.

The Cougars will open the season with the first game in a doubleheader with the men's basketball team on Nov. 9 at 4:00PM at TD Arena.

The next day the team will head north to take on 2012 final four participants, the University of Connecticut Huskies Nov. 11 at 2:00PM

"Our 2012-13 schedule will offer exciting opportunities to check out the new era of women's hoops at the College of Charleston," Adair said. "Our non-conference opponents will be a test of toughness, character and a great way to build our resume against top 20 teams and BCS opponents. I am also excited that we open our season at home in TD Arena in a double header with our men's team."

During the week of Thanksgiving the Cougars will travel to Ohio, the home state of senior Cathryn Hardy as they will battle Miami-Ohio in Oxford on Nov. 23 and then play at Cincinnati Nov. 25.

The Cougars open play in the Southern Conference with a road trip to Elon (Dec. 1) and UNCG (Dec. 3). The team will then have a two and a half week break before traveling to Nashville, Tenn., to take on Vanderbilt on Dec. 22.

The Cougars SoCon home opener will be Jan. 5 as they host Georgia Southern at 2:00PM. CofC will host kids from across the Charleston area Feb. 4 for Education Day in an 11:30AM game against UNCG.

The Cougars will close out the regular season on the road at Furman on Mar. 4. This year's SoCon tournament will be held Mar. 8-11 in Asheville, N.C.

Women's basketball season tickets are available and are $50 for adults, $40 for College of Charleston faculty and staff and $25 for kids 18 and under. To purchase tickets, please call 1-843-953-COFC (2632) or click on the ticket link online at

I'm looking forward to an exciting season for the fans and the community," Adair said. "Please come out and show your support."

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