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Basketball Teams on the Road

—By Laura Nelson on 11/13/2012 Goodwell, Okla.—Following two wins each at home last week, the women's and men's basketball teams hit the road this week to play in tournaments to the north—the women in Alamosa, Colo. while the men travel to Fairbanks, Alaska.

Before heading to the Alamosa Tourism and Bankers Classic, the women play Southwestern Oklahoma State in Weatherford this evening at 5:30. Live stats will be available at SWOSU's athletics site, www.swosusports.com. On Friday, the women start tournament play against the Univ. of Colo.-Colorado Springs at Adams State in Alamosa at 3 p.m. MST and on Saturday, they take on the host team at 6 p.m. MST. Live statistics will be available for the games at www.asugrizzlies.com by using the link on the women's basketball schedule.

The men will fly from Denver to Fairbanks to play three games at the 2012 Alaska Invitational, a four-team tournament that includes the host team, the Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks Nanooks, the Colorado Christian Cougars, and the Cal State-Monterey Bay Otters. On Thursday, the Aggies take on the Cougars at 5:15 Alaska Standard Time (8:15 CST), Friday they play the Nanooks at 5:15 AKST (8:15 CST), and Saturday they play the Otters at 3 p.m. (6 p.m. CST). All tournament information including the availability of live stats, video, and radio may be found online at www.alaskananooks.com under the men's basketball link and then through the Alaska Invitational heading.


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