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The NC-Double-Eh Schedule - Jan. 22

As the weekend winds down, we have a few games for you to peruse through today as you do laundry, get over that hangover or enjoy brunch with whatever that person's name is ...

Here is when the men are playing today ...

12:00pm North Carolina State @ Miami (FL) - Alex Johnson has been steady off the bench for NC State. In his last five games, he's averaging 2.8 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.4 steals in just over 21 minutes per contest.

2:00pm Wisconsin @ Illinois

2:00pm Lehigh @ Lafayette

2:00pm Milwaukee @ Cleveland State

2:00pm New Hampshire @ Binghamton

2:00pm Longwood @ Eastern Kentucky

3:00pm Canisius @ Rider

4:00pm Northwestern @ Minnesota

4:00pm Niagara @ Manhattan

8:00pm Drake @ Northern Iowa - In his last five games, Kurt Alexander is averaging 10.2 points on .516 shooting (16-for-31) for Drake. This could be a game that has him scoring the ball more as well.

And here's where the ladies are playing today ...

12:00pm Rhode Island @ Saint Louis

1:00pm Binghamton @ New Hampshire

1:00pm UMBC @ Vermont - With leading scorer and rebounder Lauren Buschmann likely out for Vermont in today's game, I wonder which one of the two other Canadians will be able to break out.

1:00pm Akron @ Ball State

1:00pm Niagara @ Fairfield

1:00pm Siena @ Rider

2:00pm Indiana @ Michigan

2:00pm Canisius @ Iona - The duo of Jamie Ruttle and Ashley Wilkes combined for 22 points, 11 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 blocks in Canisius' last game out, a 66-60 loss to Niagara Thursday. The Griffs are currently on a three game losing streak and these two today could pull them out of that with a win.

2:00pm Northeastern @ Hofstra

2:00pm Central Michigan @ Kent State

2:00pm Loyola (MD) @ Manhattan

2:00pm Syracuse @ Seton Hall - Syracuse has been on an up and down type season and against Georgetown earlier this week, they were down losing 69-42. Kayla Alexander was brilliant in defeat going for 13 points and 10 rebounds for her sixth double-double of the year. This game against Seton Hall is winnable and we can expect a great game from Alexander.

3:00pm Northwestern @ Wisconsin

3:05pm Houston @ UTEP

3:30pm Drexel @ Delaware

4:00pm Buffalo @ Northern Illinois - In Buffalo's tough 85-73 loss to Kent State last game, Teresa Semalulu and Brittany Hedderson combined for 40 of the team's total points adding 12 rebounds, 7 assists and 6 steals. I wonder what this tag team has for Northern Illinois.

4:30pm Colorado @ Arizona

5:00pm Seattle @ UC Irvine

6:00pm Minnesota @ Nebraska