The Blue Devils’ non-conference schedule is swiftly filling up.

The Duke basketball team has added a new opponent to its non-conference schedule, as Seattle University is set to visit Cameron Indoor Stadium this winter.

College basketball schedule insider Rocco Miller first reported the game, although the exact date has not yet been determined.

The Redhawks ended the season with a 23-14 record (11-9 WAC) and won the CBI Championship.

Their leading scorer, Cameron Tyson, has exhausted his eligibility after averaging 17.9 points per game with a 39.4 percent three-point shooting rate. Tyson finished his career ranked seventh in Division I history with 460 made three-pointers.

This will be the first-ever meeting between the two programs.


Redhawks Receiving Votes in Latest Coaches Poll - Seattle University


The game against Seattle University becomes the seventh confirmed match in Duke’s non-conference schedule. Duke will kick off the season at home against Maine, followed by a game against Kentucky in the Champions Classic in Atlanta.

Duke is also set to travel to Tucson for a game against Arizona on November 21. George Mason has announced a game against Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium on December 17.

In addition to the newly scheduled game with Seattle, Duke has neutral site games against Kansas in Las Vegas and Illinois in New York City, both with dates yet to be confirmed. Illinois head coach Brad Underwood mentioned the likely matchup with Duke at Madison Square Garden in February, while indications suggest Duke will play Kansas at T-Mobile Arena around Thanksgiving.

Assuming all reported games are confirmed, Duke would need to schedule three more games to complete their non-conference lineup. These remaining games are expected to be against mid-major opponents and will be held in Durham.

Duke will feature the top-ranked recruit, Cooper Flagg, along with returning players Tyrese Proctor and Caleb Foster.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *