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Lady Lions Unveil 2023-24 Big Ten Schedule

Penn State women’s basketball is nearly upon us.

The Lady Lions announced their 2023-34 conference schedule Thursday, which features nine home contests at the Bryce Jordan Center.

Carolyn Kieger and Co. will begin their Big Ten slate on Sunday, December 10, on the road at Ohio State. The group will return to Happy Valley for two home matchups against Michigan and Northwestern before heading to Indiana and Rutgers.

Penn State will host nine home matchups and travel to nine games. The Lady Lions will play Michigan State, Nebraska, Michigan, and Illinois at the Bryce Jordan Center only, and the team will travel to Rutgers, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin. The remainder of teams will have an in-season home-and-home series with the blue and white.

The regular season will conclude with a home match on Sunday, March 3, against Minnesota.

The Lady Lions finished the 2022-23 conference slate with a 4-14 schedule, picking up wins over Rutgers, Purdue, Wisconsin, and Northwestern.

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