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1:00 PMN. Iowa at WisconsinWatch
1:00 PMN. Carolina Central at PurdueWatch
2:00 PMCanisius at Ohio St.Watch
2:00 PMBinghamton at Penn St.Watch
2:00 PMMinnesota at MichiganWatch
2:00 PMValparaiso at IndianaWatch
3:00 PMWright St. at IllinoisWatch
5:00 PMN. Illinois at MinnesotaWatch

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all times ET
Today
1:00 PMN. Iowa at WisconsinWatch
1:00 PMN. Carolina Central at PurdueWatch
2:00 PMCanisius at Ohio St.Watch
2:00 PMBinghamton at Penn St.Watch
2:00 PMMinnesota at MichiganWatch
2:00 PMValparaiso at IndianaWatch
3:00 PMWright St. at IllinoisWatch
5:00 PMN. Illinois at MinnesotaWatch

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