VCU Announces 2022-2023 Non-Conference Basketball Schedule

VCU just announced their out-of-conference schedule for the 2022-2023 season. The schedule features nine home games through December, featuring a visit from Vanderbilt, and road matches against Memphis, Temple, and a trip to Brooklyn for the Legends Classic this season.

VCU head coach Mike Rhoades has expressed this offseason the challenge of scheduling for VCU over the last few years, where decent teams look at VCU’s roster and balk at the idea of a difficult non-conference challenge.

However, VCU’s trip to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, November 16-17, guarantees a winnable game against Arizona State, as well as a matchup with either Pitt (coached by former VCU head coach Jeff Capel) or Michigan.

Here is the full non-conference schedule, game times and TV information will be announced at a later date:



DATE            OPPONENT                                      TIME

Oct. 29         TBD (Exhibition)                              TBA

Nov. 7          MANHATTAN                                  TBA

Nov. 12        MORGAN STATE                              TBA

Nov. 16         !vs. Arizona State (ESPN+)               8:30 p.m.

Nov. 17         !vs. Pitt/Michigan (ESPN2)              7/9 p.m.

Nov. 20         at Memphis                                      TBA

Nov. 26        KENNESAW STATE                           TBA

Nov. 30        VANDERBILT                                    TBA

Dec. 3           at Temple                                         TBA

Dec. 7           JACKSONVILLE                                 TBA

Dec. 11         TBD                                                  TBA

Dec. 14         RADFORD                                         TBA

Dec. 17         NORTHERN ILLINOIS                       TBA

Dec. 21         NAVY                                               TBA

You can expect the Atlantic 10 conference to announce conference matchups and schedule in the next few weeks.

Matt has been reporting on VCU sports for Ram Nation since 2007 with a focus on news, photos, and feature stories.