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Womens Basketball Schedule Released

The womens basketball schedule has been released.  While apparently not yet up on the official site, the team was at a Sparks game this week passing out copies of their schedule to the fans, in an on-going attempt to increase fan support between the UCLA womens basketball and LA Sparks crowd.  Schedule and thoughts after the jump.

11/8: Vanguard (exhib.)
11/12: @ SDSU
11/14: UCSB
11/18: @ Notre Dame
11/21: UC Davis
11/28: Temple
12/3: Montana St.
12/12: @ St. Mary's
12/19-21: @ Hawaii Tournament
12/19: vs. Hawaii
12/20: vs. East Carolina
12/28: LSU
12/31: @ Washington
1/2: @ WSU
1/8: u$c 
1/13: OSU
1/15: UofO
1/20: @ Stanford
1/22: @ Cal
1/27: ASU
1/29: UofA
2/6: @ u$c
2/10: @ Oregon
2/12: @ OSU
2/18: Cal
2/20: Stanford
2/24: @ UofA
2/26: @ ASU
3/3: WSU
3/5: UW
3/9-12: Pac-10 Tourney
3/19-22: NCAA First & Second Rounds
3/26-29: NCAA Regionals
4/3-5: Final Four

The biggest non-conference game is @Notre Dame, a 2 seed last year in the NCAA tournament.  SDSU, Temple, and LSU finished last season ranked in the top 50 RPI.  This really is a favorable non-conference schedule.  UCLA only leaves California to play Notre Dame and a tournament in Hawaii.  It shouldn't be unreasonable to expect UCLA to get past the non-conference phase with only 1 loss at most, but as we saw last season UCLA had some growing pains early on before really catching fire during the pac-10 season.  I'm not too sure how these teams will be this season, but based off of last season's performances, LSU and Temple may be the two top non-conference home games to try and catch this year.

Interestingly, I see there is no Big XII team on the schedule, which means that the Pac-10/Big XII challenge has maybe come to an end.  UCLA had played Kansas and Texas Tech the last two seasons and I thought it was a great part of the schedule for UCLA to have, it's a shame not to see it anymore.

As we get closer to the season, i will post a season preview.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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