Syracuse, Kansas Highlight Big Red's '09-'10 Hoops Schedule

By Justin Horowitz

Syracuse, Kansas Highlight Big Red's '09-'10 Hoops Schedule

July 22, 2010 Updated Aug 28, 2009 at 8:10 PM EST

ITHACA - Trips to the Carrier Dome and Allan Fieldhouse highlight the 2009-2010 Cornell basketball schedule released late this afternoon.

The two-time defending Ivy League champs play their most challenging non-conference schedule in the 10-year run under Steve Donahue.

Big names are all over the Big Red schedule including preseason number one Kansas, plus other road games at Syracuse, Alabama, Umass and neutral site games against St. John's, Davidson, Vermont, Toledo and Hofstra.

And for the first time since 2003, Cornell will host a BCS conference school when Seton Hall comes to Newman Arena.

Here's the entire Big Red schedule:
11/14/2009 at University of Alabama

Legends Classic
11/18/2009 at University of Massachusetts

11/20/2009 Seton Hall University
11/24/2009 at Syracuse University

Legends Classic
11/27/2009 at Drexel University
11/28/2009 vs University of Vermont
11/29/2009 vs University of Toledo

12/2/2009 at Bucknell University
12/6/2009 Saint Josephs University

Holiday Festival
12/20/2009 vs Davidson College (at Madison Square Garden)
12/21/2009 vs at St. John's/vs. Hofstra (at Madison Square Garden)

12/29/2009 at La Salle University
12/31/2009 Penn State Erie- The Behrend College
1/2/2010 Bryant University

1/6/2010 at University of Kansas
1/8/2010 at University of South Dakota

1/11/2010 Clarkson University

1/16/2010 Columbia University
1/23/2010 at Columbia University
1/29/2010 Dartmouth College
1/30/2010 Harvard University
2/5/2010 Yale University
2/6/2010 Brown University
2/12/2010 at University of Pennsylvania
2/13/2010 at Princeton University
2/19/2010 at Harvard University
2/20/2010 at Dartmouth College
2/26/2010 Princeton University
2/27/2010 University of Pennsylvania
3/5/2010 at Brown University
3/6/2010 at Yale University

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