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Tulsa Women's Hoops to Host UConn, USF and SMU During 2014-15 Season

The American Athletic Conference announced today the women's basketball conference opponents for the 2014-15 season at the league's Annual Spring Meetings.
The American Athletic Conference announced today the women's basketball conference opponents for the 2014-15 season at the league's Annual Spring Meetings.
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May 29, 2014

Miami, Fla. - The American Athletic Conference announced today the women's basketball conference opponents for the 2014-15 season at the league's Annual Spring Meetings.

TU, which joins the American Athletic Conference on July 1, 2014, will play an 18-game league schedule, playing eight of its 10 opponents twice, while the other two teams will split with one home and one away contest.

The Golden Hurricane will take on the defending national champions and American Athletic Conference champions, UConn (40-0) twice. The Huskies dominated Notre Dame by 21 points en route to the national title in 2014.

Tulsa will play at USF (23-13), which advanced to the WNIT semifinals last year, while Temple (14-16) will make the trek to Tulsa.

Home-and-home games with WNIT teams East Carolina (22-9), SMU (18-14) and Tulane (20-11), as well as UCF (10-20), Cincinnati (13-18), Houston (6-25) and Memphis (13-18) also highlight the slate.

The Hurricane is very familiar with East Carolina, Houston, Memphis, SMU, Tulane and UCF as all six teams were also a part of Conference USA. TU, however, will take on Cincinnati, UConn, USF and Temple for the first time on the women's basketball court this upcoming season.

Home Opponent 
Temple (14-16)

Road Opponent USF (23-13)

Home-And-Home Opponents Cincinnati (13-18) East Carolina (22-9) Houston (6-25) Memphis (13-18) SMU (18-14) Tulane (20-11) UCF (10-20) UConn (40-0)