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Someone may have already posted on this setup earlier in the season, but I don't quite understand the logic of having the women play at 2 pm and the men at 7 pm. It seems to me that since both games are being played at SEFCU that it was the ideal opportunity to host a real doubleheader.


The women are playing versus Marist, a really quality opponent and Sweet-16 entrant last season. Meanwhile, the men play against high-quality Boise State. Why are the women playing much earlier? Having both UA teams playing right after each other would attract fans to the arena that normally would not attend both games. It's not like Marist has to board an early flight right after their game ends.


I just don't see the scheduling on these events. Anyone have any logical response to this setup?

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