Oct. 9, 2007
The Boston University women's basketball team and head coach Kelly Greenberg have released the 2007-08 schedule, which opens at Siena on Nov. 10. It will be the first of 13 non-conference games, which is highlighted by a home contest against Ohio State on Nov. 17 at Agganis Arena and a Dec. 30 match-up with Big 12 opponent Kansas. BU will open its America East action with Hartford on Jan. 5.
The Terriers will also be featured in two televised games during the 2007-08 campaign, as their Feb. 6 game at Albany and their Feb. 23 contest at Vermont will be featured on TW3 - a Time Warner affiliate in Albany - and CN8, respectively.
Following the season-opening contest at Siena, the Terriers will return to Case Gym for the first of three home games. The home opener will feature BU taking on Atlantic 10 opponent Rhode Island on Nov. 13 followed by Big Ten member Ohio State on Nov. 17 and three days later cross-town rival Northeastern will make an appearance at The Roof.
On Nov. 23 the Terriers will travel south to face UNC-Greensboro of the Southern Conference, in a tournament hosted by UNCG, and the next day face either UNC-Asheville or North Carolina A&T. BU will host one more non-conference game, UMass on Nov. 28, before hitting the road for a six-game stretch. The first of the six road games will take place on Dec. 1 at St. John's, followed by Brown on Dec. 5 and Harvard on Dec. 11.
The Terriers will take part in the Virginia Commonwealth University tournament from Dec. 27-Dec. 28. In the holiday tourney, BU will open with Georgia Southern, and face either Morgan State or host VCU the next day. The Terriers will conclude the non-conference portion of the schedule at Kansas on Dec. 30.
In January, BU will open its conference slate with Hartford on Jan. 5 and will host Stony Brook (Jan. 19), UMBC (Jan. 30), Vermont (Feb. 2), Binghamton (Feb. 13), Maine (Feb. 19) UNH (Feb. 27) and Albany (March 8).
The 2007-08 America East Championship will return to Hartford's Chase Arena at the Reich Family Pavilion. It will mark the sixth time in the last seven years that the Hawks have hosted the event. Championship action will tip off on March 13 and conclude on March 16.