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UMass women's basketball closes out play at the Hospitality Hill Challenge with a 1 p.m. game against Florida State, which is receiving votes for the Associated Press and USA Today top-25 polls, on Sunday, Nov. 23. Look at how to follow along today below:
|University of Massachusetts Women's Basketball Game Notes|
|Game 5||Massachusetts (2-2) vs. [RV/RV] Florida State (3-0)|
|Date | Time||Sunday, November 23, 2014 | 1:00 p.m. ET|
|Location||The Super Pit (10,500) | Denton, Texas|
|Radio Broadcast||WMUA 91.1 FM|
|Series History||This is the first meeting in the series.|
|Team Records||Massachusetts | Florida State|
|Social Media||@UMassAthletics | @UMassWBB|
|Buy Tickets||Available through UMassAthletics.com or 866-862-7784|
More on the Minutewomen can be found through UMassAthletics.com.
University of Massachusetts men's lacrosse alumnus Efosa Guobadia will begin an 8+ month trip around the world to 20 different countries at the end of November. Guobadia, who earned a degree in kinesiology as he competed for the Minutemen from 2004-07, will promote health and wellness as well as build international relationships during a trip that will take him through Latin America, Africa, Europe, Asia and Oceania.
Take a look at Guobadia's plans and why he is undertaking this endeavor through UMassAthletics.com.