Today we have some great games for you to check out including some lesser known but big playing guys out of Harvard and Arkansas as well as three very big name females from the Duquesne, Syracuse and Marquette all right here for you to check out ...
Remember that you can find the full list of players playing in Division 1 right here.
7:00pm Arkansas-Little Rock @ Kentucky - This should be a blowout win which means that Kyle Wiltjer should get extended minutes. That is always fun to watch since he has a lot of offensive freedom then.
7:00pm Harvard @ Fordham - Harvard's Laurent Rivard has had a pattern of great game, not so great game of late and after his great game of 18 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists at Boston College last Thursday, he followed up with a not so great game of 4 points and a steal against Saint Joseph's on New Year's Eve. If the pattern holds up, this is the great game.
7:00pm Bucknell @ Dartmouth
7:00pm Maryland-Eastern Shore @ Lehigh
8:00pm Oklahoma @ Missouri
8:00pm Savannah State @ Arkansas - When Arkansas has been winning this year they have been winning with hefty margins. Coupled with the high potential that this should be a runaway win for the Razorbacks should mean that Marvell Waithe should see plenty of court time. He's averaging 8.4 points, 3.8 rebounds, an assist and 1.2 blocks in 17 minutes a game.
8:05pm Drake @ Creighton
8:00pm Cornell @ Maryland
8:00pm South Dakota @ Western Illinois
9:00pm Siena vs. Iona
And here is where the ladies are playing tonight ...
3:00pm Army @ Bryant
6:30pm Alcorn State @ Texas Southern
7:00pm Marquette @ Louisville - Marquette's Katherine Plouffe is looking like a rising Big East star. She's scored in double figures in seven of the last eight games and was three assists shy of a triple-double in the Golden Eagles' in that span. Since her last single digit game, Plouffe's averaging 17 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists and 3.8 steals and will need all of that to give her team a fighting chance against Louisville.
7:00pm Harvard @ Massachusetts
7:00pm Duquesne @ James Madison - In her last game of 2011, Wumi Agunbiade closed out the year in grand style going off for 25 points, 10 rebounds and 3 blocks in 36 minutes in Duquesne's tight 66-63 win over Robert Morris. What does she have for her first game of 2012?
8:00pm Syracuse @ Rutgers - In Syracuse's last two wins over Niagara and Colgate to close out December, Kayla Alexander averaged an efficient 16 points, 8.5 rebounds and 3 blocks in only 23 minutes of action. Rutgers will likely not be a blowout like the last two games were so you can expect that she'll have her hands full tonight.
9:00pm San Jose State @ Southern Utah