Penn State men’s basketball 2022-23 schedule

Penn State men’s basketball enters its second season under the leadership of head coach Micah Shrewsberry, and the hope of getting back to the NCAA Tournament is rising with a roster of veterans, transfers, and fresh faces in the Class of 2022. The ingredients could be in place for Penn State to take the next step towards being a participant in the big dance at the end of the season, but the journey there will be a challenging one with another Big Ten schedule full of hurdles and some good non-conference opportunities to grow from her team.

Here is the full 2022-23 men’s basketball schedule for the Nittany Lions. All times are eastern. Home games in the Bryce Jordan Center are listed in all caps.

Penn State Men’s Basketball 2022-23 Schedule

  • November 7 – WINTHROP

  • November 10 – LOYOLA (MD)

  • November 14 – BUTLER (Gavitt Tipoff Games)

  • November 17 – Furman (Charleston Classic; Charleston, SC)

  • November 18 – Old Dominion or Virginia Tech (Charleston Classic second round

  • November 19 – TBA (Charleston Classic final round)

  • November 25 – LAFAYETTE

  • November 29 – at Clemson (ACC/Big Ten Challenge)

  • Dec. 7 – MICHIGAN STATE*

  • Dec. 10 – at Illinois*

  • Dec. 18 – CANISIUS

  • Dec. 22 – QUINNIPIAC

  • Dec. 29 – DELAWARE STATE

  • Jan. 1 – IOWA*

  • Jan. 4 – at Michigan*

  • Jan. 8 – PURDUE*

  • Jan. 11 – INDIANA*

  • Jan. 17 – at Wisconsin*

  • Jan. 21 – NEBRASKA*

  • Jan. 24 – at Rutgers*

  • Jan. 29 – MICHIGAN*

  • Feb. 1 – at Purdue*

  • Feb. 5 – at Nebraska*

  • Feb. 11 – at Maryland*

  • Feb. 14 – ILLINOIS*

  • Feb. 18 – at Minnesota*

  • Feb. 23 – at Ohio State*

  • Feb. 26 – RUTGERS*

  • Mar 1 – at Northwestern*

  • Mar 5 – MARYLAND*

  • Mar. 8-12 – Big Ten Tournament (Chicago, IL)

“*” denotes a Big Ten Conference game.

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