Wolverines Wrap November Schedule Tuesday in North Carolina

Holton Hunsaker

Nov. 26, 2012

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The road-weary Utah Valley University basketball team will play its eighth and final game on the November schedule on Tuesday at North Carolina Central. The tip is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET/5 p.m. MT and can be heard live on 960 AM the Zone.

The Wolverines (3-4) will play seven of their eight games during the month away from the UCCU Center in Orem, including three last week at the CBE Hall of Fame Classic at Santa Clara University.

Tuesday’s contest will be the first of two games between the teams in less than a month’s time. NCCU will be in Orem to close out the pre-Christmas schedule on Dec. 22.

Like UVU, NC Central is also 3-4 on the year and is the second school from the MEAC that the Wolverines will face this season; North Carolina A&T on Nov. 12, a 64-55 UVU win, is the other.

“North Carolina Central is a scrappy, hustling team and are very-well coached,” said UVU head coach Dick Hunsaker. “We know they’re going to come and play with a lot of energy and passion.”

The Eagles lost a low-scoring 38-36 contest to Wagner on Nov. 24 but sit at 2-1 at home at McDougald-McLendon Gym.

Jeremy Ingram leads four players in double figures with 14.0 per game. UVU holds a 2-0 series lead, having won both contests between the teams during the 2007-08 season.

UVU went 1-2 during the Thanksgiving Week tournament, defeating Eastern Washington behind a 25-point night from Ben Aird. The Wolverines dropped a close contest to host Santa Clara before closing out the week with a loss against USC Upstate.

Aird, who leads the team with 13.1 points and 7.3 rebounds per game, was named to the All-Tournament Team.

The Wolverines return home on Saturday to host Pepperdine in to wrap up Homecoming at Utah Valley University. The game will tip at 7:05 p.m. MT.

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