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Basketball

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Lantz Arena
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Charleston, Illinois

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Panthers

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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Upcoming Events
28 Jan 22 Tennessee-Martin  -  Eastern Illinois
29 Jan 22 Eastern Illinois  -  Tennessee State
04 Feb 22 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville  -  Eastern Illinois
05 Feb 22 Southeast Missouri  -  Eastern Illinois
07 Feb 22 Tennessee Tech  -  Eastern Illinois

Latest Results
24 Jan 22 Eastern Illinois  56 - 90  Belmont
22 Jan 22 Eastern Illinois  58 - 87  Southeast Missouri
21 Jan 22 Murray State  91 - 51  Eastern Illinois
17 Jan 22 Eastern Illinois  46 - 72  Murray State
14 Jan 22 Eastern Illinois  53 - 66  Southern Illinois-Edwardsville

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The Eastern Illinois Panthers men's basketball team is the basketball team that represents Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois, United States. The first basketball team started in 1908–09 season. The school's team currently competes in the Ohio Valley Conference. The Panthers competed in the NCAA Tournament in 1992 and 2001.
The Panthers have appeared in the NCAA Division II Tournament six times. Their combined record is 10–7.

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Lantz Arena is a 5,400-seat multi-purpose arena in Charleston, Illinois. It is home to the Eastern Illinois University (EIU) Panthers men's and women's basketball teams and to the women's volleyball team. Completed in 1967, the Lantz Arena Complex also houses the offices of the EIU athletic department, the Lantz Indoor Fieldhouse, and the Ray Padovan Swimming Pool. The building replaced the Health Education Building (now known as McAfee Gymnasium), which was built in 1938 and is now on the National Register of Historic Places. The arena complex is named for Charles Lantz, longtime football, basketball, and baseball coach of the Panthers.

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