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Cape Girardeau, Missouri


NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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28 Jan 22 Southeast Missouri  -  Morehead State
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04 Feb 22 Tennessee-Martin  -  Southeast Missouri
05 Feb 22 Southeast Missouri  -  Eastern Illinois
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22 Jan 22 Eastern Illinois  58 - 87  Southeast Missouri
21 Jan 22 Southeast Missouri  85 - 63  Tennessee State
15 Jan 22 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville  P - P  Southeast Missouri
14 Jan 22 Southeast Missouri  P - P  Tennessee Tech
08 Jan 22 Tennessee State  95 - 84  Southeast Missouri

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The Southeast Missouri State Redhawks men's basketball team represents Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, United States. The school's team currently competes in the Ohio Valley Conference. They were led by head coach Dickey Nutt through the 2014-2015 season, but now play under head coach Rick Ray. The Redhawks play their home games at the Show Me Center. Prior to January 2005, the team's nickname was the Indians. Prior to joining NCAA Division I, they participated in the NAIA and NCAA Division II. They were NAIA national champions in 1943.

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The Show Me Center is a multi-purpose arena, located on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University, in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
Since its opening in 1987, this joint project between the City of Cape Girardeau and the university annually hosts approximately 250 meeting room and 160 arena events as an entertainment, meeting, and gathering center. It replaced Houck Field House as the primary home of Southeast Missouri State's athletics teams.
The arena is also the home of the NCAA Division I Southeast Missouri State University Redhawks basketball teams, and seats 7,373 for such events.
The Center hosted the 1991 NCAA Women's Division II Basketball Championship.



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