Miami University Athletics announced schedules for men’s and women’s basketball Nov. 9.

Miami Men's Basketball:

With the most veteran team in head coach Jack Owens’ tenure, the Miami men's basketball program is currently scheduled for three non-conference games before embarking on a 20-game conference schedule.

In non-conference action, the RedHawks will play at Wright State on Dec. 5, host Bellarmine on Dec. 15 and travel to Bradley on Dec. 19. Additional non-conference games will be announced at a later time.
In addition to home and away contests against all MAC East Division teams, Miami also play home/away series against Northern Illinois, Western Michigan, Eastern Michigan and Toledo.
Miami opens Mid-American Conference play, hosting long-time rival Ohio on Tuesday, Dec. 29. Other home conference games for the RedHawks include: Bowling Green (Jan. 5), Northern Illinois (Jan. 9), Ball State (Jan. 19), Toledo (Jan. 26), Western Michigan (Jan. 30), Eastern Michigan (Feb. 9), Akron (Feb. 13), Buffalo (Feb. 23) and Kent State (Feb. 27).

To read the men’s schedule, go to:
Miami Women's Basketball:

Guided by second-year head coach DeUnna Hendrix, the RedHawk women's basketball team will play five non-conference games before playing a 20-game conference slate.

The Red and White will host Valparaiso on Dec. 8 amidst a power-packed non-conference schedule, while playing road contests at Wisconsin (November 25), at Notre Dame (November 29), at Purdue (Dec. 3) and at Evansville (Dec. 19).
In addition to home and away contests against all MAC East Division foes, Miami also play home/away series against Central Michigan, Northern Illinois, Western Michigan and Ball State.
The RedHawks open Mid-American Conference play at Central Michigan on Wednesday, Dec. 30 before hosting Buffalo in their MAC home-opener on Saturday, Jan. 2. Other home conference games for Miami include: Ohio (Jan. 6), Eastern Michigan (Jan. 13), Northern Illinois (Jan. 16), Bowling Green (Jan. 23), Western Michigan (Feb. 3), Central Michigan (Feb. 10), Ball State (Feb. 13), Akron (Feb. 24) and Kent State (Feb. 27).

The women’s schedule can be viewed at:

(Editor’s note: The Miami women’s basketball team includes former Lynchburg-Clay standout Peyton Scott.)