University of Southern Indiana Releases Men's Basketball Schedule For Upcoming Season

Screaming Eagles will play exhibition game against former USI Coach Bruce Pearl and Auburn on November 5th.

Posted: Aug 11, 2021 11:40 AM
Updated: Aug 11, 2021 11:52 AM

Screaming Eagles will kick off their season against a very familiar face.

The University of Southern Indiana released their Men's Basketball schedule for the upcoming season. USI will play its only exhibition game on November 5th against former USI Coach Bruce Pearl and the Auburn Tigers.

Pearl led the Screaming Eagles from 1992 to 2001, leading the school to the Division-II National Championship in 1995 with then-National Player of the Year and current USI Head Coach Stan Gouard. Under Pearl's leadership, he led the team to four Great Lake Valley Conference titles, nine straight NCAA D-II appearances and two D-II championship games in 1994 and 1995.

Along with the Auburn game, USI will host its first regular season home game at Screaming Eagles Arena against Oakland City on November 18th. USI and Kentucky Wesleyan will continue their rivalry on November 24th at the Owensboro Sportscenter.

The first GLVC game of the season will be at home against the University of Indianapolis on November 29th.

Link to schedule:

The last game for the regular season will take place at Screaming Eagles Arena against Lindenwood University on February 26th.

The GLVC Tournament will take place on March 3-6.

NCAA II Elite Eight will happen at the Ford Center from March 22nd to March 26th.

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