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E. A. Diddle Arena
(7,326 Capacity)

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Bowling Green, Kentucky


NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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23 Jan 22 Florida International  -  Western Kentucky
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06 Feb 22 Old Dominion  -  Western Kentucky
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21 Jan 22 Florida Atlantic  78 - 69  Western Kentucky
15 Jan 22 Western Kentucky  60 - 65  North Texas
14 Jan 22 Western Kentucky  80 - 66  Rice
08 Jan 22 Western Kentucky  84 - 71  Florida International
01 Jan 22 Louisiana Tech  74 - 73  Western Kentucky

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The Western Kentucky Hilltoppers men's basketball team is the men's basketball team that represents Western Kentucky University (WKU) in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The Hilltoppers currently compete in Conference USA. The team's most recent appearance in the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament was in 2013. Rick Stansbury was announced as the team's current head coach on March 28, 2016.
The men's basketball program has the 16th most victories in the history of the NCAA and has attained the eighth best winning percentage in NCAA history.

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E. A. Diddle Arena is a 7,326-seat multi-purpose arena in , United States. The arena, built in 1963, is home to the Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers men's basketball team and Lady Toppers basketball and volleyball teams. It is also known as Academic-Athletic Building #1. It also holds Military Science and Physical Education & Recreation classes and offices.
Diddle Arena was built in 1963 and is named after legendary WKU men's coach and Basketball Hall of Famer Edgar "E.A." Diddle. It hosted the Ohio Valley Conference men's basketball tournament in 1976, 1978 and 1980–82 and has hosted the Sun Belt Conference men's basketball tournament four times.



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