Oklahoma State Basketball releases 2022-23 non-conference schedule

It took a while, but the Cowboys’ non-conference schedule for the 2022-23 season has finally arrived.

The time

November 3 – vs. Ouachita Baptist (Exhibition)
November 7 — vs. UT-Arlington
November 10 — vs. Southern Illinois
November 13 — in Oakland
November 18 — vs. UCF (Bahamas)
November 20 — vs. DePaul or Santa Clara (Bahamas)
November 25 — vs. tulsa
November 27 — vs. Prairie View A&M
December 1 — at UConn
December 6 — against Sam Houston
December 11 — vs. Virginia Tech (Brooklyn)
December 17 — in the state of Wichita
December 20 – Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
January 28 – vs. hello miss

After a showing against Ouachita Baptist, the Cowboys will officially open the season on November 7 against UT-Arlington, a team the Cowboys have won in the past two seasons, including an 88-45 victory last year.

The Pokes’ first away game of the season is against Oakland, a Horizon League team that defeated OSU at Gallagher-Iba Arena last season with a cool zone defense.

After enjoying the sights and sounds of Michigan, the Cowboys will head to the Bahamas for the Baha Mar Hoops Bahamas Championship. OSU kicks off the preseason tournament with an upcoming Big 12 matchup against the UCF. The Pokes could face former Cowboy Yor Anei and DePaul in their second game in the Caribbean.

Most of Oklahoma’s big showdowns this season will take place outside of Eddie Sutton Court. OSU travels to UConn for the Big 12-Big East Battle on December 1st and will play Virginia Tech in Brooklyn on December 11th. These are the only teams from the 2022 NCAA Tournament on the OSU non-conference schedule.

The Cowboys return two leading scorers with double-digit averages last season in Avery Anderson (12.1 points per game) and Bryce Thompson (10.6). The current top 12 defensive player of the year also returns in Moussa Cisse, who averaged 7.2 points, 6.5 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game.

Oklahoma state coach Mike Boynton got help from his kids to announce the schedule.

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