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Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 12-13 - Conference: 6-10
11/15 at Swarthmore Final W, 91-57 BX
11/17 vs. Albertus Magnus Final W, 70-63 BX
@ Madison, N.J. - Baldwin Gymnasium
11/18 at Drew Final L, 81-58 BX
11/21 vs. Neumann Final W, 71-44 BX
11/29 vs. Lebanon Valley * • Final L, 56-54
12/2 at Stevenson * • Final L, 73-60 BX PH
12/6 vs. Albright * • Final W, 77-70 BX
12/9 at Lycoming * • Final L, 79-61 BX
12/16 at Rowan Final L, 86-68 BX RC
12/19 at Marywood Final W, 76-64 BX
12/30 at Cabrini Postponed
12/31 vs. Eastern Final W, 72-70
@ Cabrini
1/3 vs. Penn State Brandywine Final W, 74-38
1/6 vs. Messiah * • Final L, 59-45 BX
1/10 at Alvernia * • Final W, 75-45
1/13 vs. Hood * • Final W, 85-32 BX
1/15 at Cabrini Final - OT L, 89-83 BX
1/17 at Arcadia * • Final L, 71-68
1/20 at Albright * • Final L, 67-52 BX
1/27 vs. Lycoming * • Final L, 64-49 BX
1/31 at Lebanon Valley * • Final L, 74-65
2/3 vs. Stevenson * • Final - 2OT W, 77-73 BX
2/8 at Messiah * • Final L, 67-51 BX
2/10 at Hood * • Final W, 55-43 BX PH
2/13 vs. Arcadia * • Final L, 60-44 BX
2/17 vs. Alvernia * • Final W, 58-53

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 12-13 - Conference: 6-10
11/29 vs. Lebanon Valley * • L, 56-54
12/2 at Stevenson * • L, 73-60 BX PH
12/6 vs. Albright * • W, 77-70 BX
12/9 at Lycoming * • L, 79-61 BX
1/6 vs. Messiah * • L, 59-45 BX
1/10 at Alvernia * • W, 75-45
1/13 vs. Hood * • W, 85-32 BX
1/17 at Arcadia * • L, 71-68
1/20 at Albright * • L, 67-52 BX
1/27 vs. Lycoming * • L, 64-49 BX
1/31 at Lebanon Valley * • L, 74-65
2/3 vs. Stevenson * • W, 77-73 BX
2/8 at Messiah * • L, 67-51 BX
2/10 at Hood * • W, 55-43 BX PH
2/13 vs. Arcadia * • L, 60-44 BX
2/17 vs. Alvernia * • W, 58-53

(* Conference; • Region)
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2017-18

Messiah 15-1 27-3
Albright 14-2 20-8
Lycoming 11-5 17-8
Stevenson 9-7 17-12
Lebanon Valley 9-7 15-13
Widener 6-10 12-13
Arcadia 6-10 11-14
Hood 2-14 6-19
Alvernia 0-16 4-21

Past Records

2017-18 (12-13, 6-10 MACC)
2016-17 (9-16, 6-10 MACC)
2015-16 (13-12, 6-10 MACC)
2014-15 (11-14, 5-11 MACC)
2013-14 (14-11, 9-9 MACC)
2012-13 (24-6, 16-2 MACC)
2011-12 (13-7, 6-3 MACC)
2010-11 (19-7, 10-4 MACC)
2009-10 (16-12, 11-3 MACC)
2008-09 (18-10, 7-5 MACC)
2007-08 (11-15, 3-7 MACC)
2006-07 (9-16, 3-11 MACC)

Team Info

Coach: Alisa Kintner
Conference: MACC

Widener

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 2632
Location: Chester, PA
Colors: Widener Blue, Gold
Region: Mid-Atlantic
Arena: Schwartz Athletic Center (1500)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

February 17, 2020 Team of the Week D3hoops.com's weekly honor roll returns for its 23rd season honoring the best players at each position for the past week. It's the D3hoops.com Team of the Week, presented by Scoutware.
February 12, 2020 Wednesday women: Re-order on the court A few hours after the NCAA released the first set of regional rankings, Baldwin Wallace, Widener and Rhode Island College won games that will reshape the rankings next week. Plus someone well off the radar continued her remarkable run with a quadruple-double.
December 16, 2019 Women's Top 25: Adding undefeateds Two undefeated teams enter our Top 25 ranking, one of which has only been ranked once in our poll's history. Plus the MIAC has four ranked teams and the highest one is no longer St. Thomas. Get the full list here.
December 9, 2018 Hoopsville: Staying Focused Staying focused maybe cliche in sports, but this time of the season is one of the more difficult. Final exams, holiday celebrations, travel plans back home. It can make any given practice or game a challenge. You can watch Sunday's episode of Hoopsville On Demand or listen to the audio-only podcast.
November 14, 2013 Dickinson duo turned Devils around When seniors Adam Honig and Tucker Landy became Red Devils, the Dickinson men's basketball program was coming off a dismal year, with a 16-game losing streak. They vowed that would never happen again.
March 8, 2013 Women's wrap: Give me a W Whitman, Widener, Williams and UW-Whitewater advanced to the Elite 8 with regional semifinal victories. Plus DePauw dominates Washington and Hope outlasts St. Thomas in Friday's NCAA tournament action.