Sarah Jordan, Towson
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Naiya Sawtelle, North Carolina A&T
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The CAA has announced the men’s basketball conference schedule for the 2023-24 season.
Izadora Stedile, Hofstra
Catch up on the CAA men’s soccer weekly news, notes and awards.
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Beatriz Alves, Hofstra
Carlos Fernandez, Delaware
Vivian Akyirem, Northeastern
Eleven CAA Volleyball teams open the 2023 season this weekend, with over 30 matches on the docket. Highlighting the slate is the defending CAA Champions, Towson, visiting South Carolina for back-to-back contests. The Tigers will face the Gamecocks at 6 p.m. on Friday and 2 p.m. on Saturday, with both games on SECN+. In addition, Campbell, North Carolina A&T and Northeastern begin the season on the road against Power Five competition. The Fighting Camels start their CAA tenure with a tournament at Colorado, facing the host Buffalos on Saturday at 8 p.m. The Aggies head to Charlottesville for the Cavalier Classic, opening against Rutgers on Friday at 4:30 p.m. The Huskies head to the Wake Forest Invitational, where they conclude the weekend with a matchup against the Demon Decans on Saturday at 5 p.m. (ACCNX). Furthermore, four teams – Charleston, Delaware, Hofstra and UNCW – begin the fall by hosting tournaments. The invitationals will combine to produce 12 matches on FloVolleyball, headlined by Charleston hosting West Virginia at 7 p.m. on Saturday.
All but one of the league’s 11 teams opens its season its season Thursday evening. The first two teams to begin play will be Northeastern (at UMass) and William & Mary (vs. Binghamton) in 5 p.m. contests, with the Tribe’s match available on FloFC. Two CAA teams will host opponents receiving votes in the preseason United Soccer Coaches Top 25 when Delaware welcomes Rutgers and Campbell hosts South Carolina; both contests will kick off at 7 p.m. on FloFC. In other Thursday action, Stony Brook (LIU), Monmouth (Temple), UNCW (American), and Hofstra (Marist) will be at home on FloFC, while Drexel heads to Saint Joseph’s and Charleston visits Stetson. Elon will be the lone team in action on Friday, facing Furman in Durham.