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Calihan Hall
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Detroit, Michigan

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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28 Jan 22 Detroit  -  UIC
29 Jan 22 Detroit  -  IUPUI
04 Feb 22 Wright State  -  Detroit
06 Feb 22 Northern Kentucky  -  Detroit
10 Feb 22 Robert Morris  -  Detroit

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22 Jan 22 Wisconsin-Milwaukee  58 - 71  Detroit
21 Jan 22 Wisconsin-Green Bay  70 - 63  Detroit
15 Jan 22 Cleveland State  72 - 70  Detroit
09 Jan 22 Detroit  P - P  Wisconsin-Green Bay
08 Jan 22 Detroit  85 - 60  Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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The Detroit Mercy Titans men's basketball team is the college basketball team that represents the University of Detroit Mercy in Detroit, Michigan, and competes in NCAA Division I men's basketball as a member of the Horizon League. Traditionally, the Titans have been a fairly strong "mid-major" program, advancing to the Sweet Sixteen in 1977 and to the Round of 32 twice during the 1990s. The Titans are currently coached by Mike Davis, who was hired on June 5, 2018. The Titans play their home games at Calihan Hall on the school's Detroit campus.

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Calihan Hall is a 7,917-seat multi-purpose arena in Detroit, Michigan. It is home to the University of Detroit Mercy Titans basketball team. The arena opened in 1952. The building was dedicated on May 25, 1952 as the Memorial Building. The first basketball game was played on December 2 of that year when the Titans defeated Kalamazoo College, 75–61. In 1977, the name was changed to Calihan Hall in honor of Bob Calihan, the Titans' first basketball All-American who went on to become the school's winningest coach.

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