The schedule is highlighted by a Gavitt Games matchup at Ohio State, the Emerald Coast Classic against Memphis and one of Iowa or Virginia, and games against local foes Brown, Rhode Island, Boston College, and Massachusetts.
The Friars have excelled in nonconference play under Ed Cooley. In his five seasons at the helm, Providence is 51-12 in the nonconference portion of their schedule, including 37-1 at the Dunkin' Donuts Center.
Providence will open the season at home against Vermont on November 14. The full schedule can be found below.
|November 14||Vermont Catamounts|
|November 17||@ Ohio State Buckeyes|
|November 19||Grambling Tigers|
|November 21||St. Francis Brooklyn|
|November 25||Memphis Tigers (Emerald Coast Classic, Niceville, FL)|
|November 26||Iowa Hawkeyes/Virginia Cavaliers (Emerald Coast Classic, Niceville, FL)|
|November 30||New Hampshire Wildcats|
|December 3||Rhode Island Rams|
|December 6||Brown Bears|
|December 10||Massachusetts Minutemen|
|December 17||Wagner Seahawks|
|December 20||Maine Black Bears|
|December 23||@ Boston College Eagles|