Ohio State women's basketball releases 2019-20 schedule

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The 2019-20 Oio State women's basketball schedule was finalized Friday with the announcement of the Big Ten schedule.

The non-conference schedule features a huge match-up against powerhouse UConn on November 24 in Columbus.

Additionally, the non-conference schedule features games at Cincinnati and Stanford along with a home game against Louisville.

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The Buckeyes will play nine conference home games and nine road games.

Complete 2019-20 Schedule

Nov. 10 vs. Valparaiso – the game will be played at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio as part of the Ohio Hall of Fame Challenge.

Nov. 13 at Cincinnati – The Buckeyes are 20-4 all-time vs. their in-state rival

Nov. 17 vs. Ohio – home opener vs. the Bobcats. Ohio State is 21-0 vs. Ohio but this will be the first meeting since 2004

Nov. 21 at Kent State – first game between the two Ohio schools since 1981

Nov. 24 vs. UConn – the Buckeyes will be looking for their first win against the Huskies

Nov. 29-30 vs. South Dakota and Northern Iowa – both games are part of the South Point Shootout in Las Vegas, Nev., where the Buckeyes won both games back in 2015.

Dec. 5 vs. Louisville – part of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. Both of the previous two meetings between the teams have come down to the wire.

Dec. 8 vs. Radford – first meeting between the two teams

Dec. 15 at Stanford – the Buckeyes are 3-1 all-time vs. the Cardinal but this will be the first meeting in Palo Alto.

Dec. 17 at Sacramento State – last year’s trip out west was cancelled due to the wildfires in Northern California and reschedule for this December

Dec. 28 vs. Purdue – OSU has won 11 consecutive meetings with the Boilermakers in Columbus

Dec. 31 at Minnesota – Ohio State has won five in a row in the series including the last two in Minneapolis

Jan. 6 at Maryland – the series has been back-and-forth between the Buckeyes and Terrapins as Maryland holds just a slim 8-6 lead

Jan. 9 vs. Michigan – each of the last eight games in the series have been decided by nine points or less including a pair of overtime games

Jan. 12 vs. Penn State – the Buckeyes have won nine consecutive vs. the Lady Lions

Jan. 16 at Michigan State – OSU swept the season series with the Spartans a year ago

Jan. 19 at Illinois – the Buckeyes have won the last five games in the series by an average of more than 20 points

Jan. 23 at Iowa – OSU holds just a 35-33 edge in the all-time series

Jan. 30 vs. Maryland – the Buckeyes have lost just once in Columbus vs. the Terrapins

Feb. 2 at Nebraska – the Buckeyes have enjoyed their last three trips to Lincoln as they have headed home with a win each time

Feb. 6 at Illinois – OSU leads the all-time series 51-20

Feb. 9 vs. Wisconsin – the Buckeyes swept the regular season meetings with the Badgers last year but Wisconsin got its revenge with a 73-63 win in the Big Ten Tournament

Feb. 13 vs. Minnesota – the Buckeyes have won 27 of the 30 meetings with Minnesota in Columbus

Feb. 16 at Indiana – OSU has won the last 13 meetings with IU

Feb. 19 vs. Nebraska – the Buckeyes will be looking to avenge a home loss last year to the Huskers

Feb. 22 at Rutgers – the Buckeyes held Rutgers to just 39 points in a 59-39 win last year in Piscataway

Feb. 25 at Northwestern – since 2000, the Buckeyes are 28-4 vs. the Wildcats

Feb. 29 at Purdue – OSU leads the all-time series with the Boilermakers in West Lafayette 18-16