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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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27 Jan 22 UMBC  -  NJIT
29 Jan 22 Binghamton  -  UMBC
03 Feb 22 Albany  -  UMBC
05 Feb 22 UMBC  -  New Hampshire
10 Feb 22 UMBC  -  Hartford

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22 Jan 22 Maine  46 - 88  UMBC
20 Jan 22 UMBC  54 - 66  Albany
17 Jan 22 Stony Brook  P - P  UMBC
15 Jan 22 UMBC  69 - 86  Vermont
13 Jan 22 NJIT  56 - 76  UMBC

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The UMBC Retrievers men's basketball team represents the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I competition as a member of the America East Conference. UMBC made its first Division I postseason appearance in the NCAA tournament in 2008, in which it qualified by winning the America East Conference Tournament. The UMBC Retrievers qualified for their second Division I postseason appearance in the NCAA tournament in 2018 by beating the University of Vermont in the America East Conference Tournament final. During the 2018 NCAA Tournament, UMBC became the first No. 16 seed to defeat a No. 1 seed in the NCAA men's tournament, beating the Virginia Cavaliers 74–54.

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The UMBC Event Center is a basketball arena, concert and multi-purpose event venue on the campus of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) in Catonsville, Maryland. It is the home of the UMBC Retrievers men's and women's basketball teams as well as the volleyball team and serves as a replacement to the Retriever Activities Center (RAC). It has a capacity of 5,000 seats, approximately 1,000 more than the RAC, and is the campus venue for all commencements and concerts. Construction began in March 2016, with an estimated cost of $67 million.



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