Grand Canyon Releases 2014-15 Non-Conference Schedule

USA TODAY Sports

The Lopes have a scheduled a home-heavy non-conference schedule for the 2014-15 season.

The Grand Canyon Antelopes released their non-conference schedule for the 2014-15 season and made one thing very, very clear: They enjoy playing at home. Of the 17 games the Lopes will play prior to their WAC schedule, 13 will be played at Grand Canyon. The exceptions are trips to Kentucky, Indiana, Central Michigan andIllinois-Chicago.

Dan Majerle clearly wants to put his product in front of his fans as much as possible and actually has a few interesting draws in the mix. New Mexico and Harvard were NCAA Tournament teams last year and each will make a trip to GCU Arena in 2014-15.

Date Opponent Notes
Nov. 14 at Kentucky
Nov. 17 vs. Montana State
Nov. 20 vs. UT-Arlington
Nov. 21 vs. Florida A&M
Nov. 25 vs. Buffalo
Nov. 29 at Central Michigan
Dec. 2 at Illinois-Chicago
Dec. 6 vs. Great Falls Non-Division I
Dec. 9 vs. Idaho State
Dec. 13 at Indiana
Dec. 15 vs. Bethune-Cookman
Dec. 17 vs. Incarnate Word
Dec. 20 vs. St. Edward's Non-Division I
Dec. 23 vs. New Mexico
Dec. 28 vs. Abilene Christian
Dec. 30 vs. Harvard
Jan. 4 vs. UC Riverside
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