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Kingston, Rhode Island


NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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22 Jan 22 Rhode Island  -  George Washington
25 Jan 22 Rhode Island  -  Richmond
29 Jan 22 Dayton  -  Rhode Island
03 Feb 22 Fordham  -  Rhode Island
05 Feb 22 Rhode Island  -  UMass

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20 Jan 22 Rhode Island  P - P  La Salle
15 Jan 22 UMass  68 - 81  Rhode Island
13 Jan 22 Rhode Island  75 - 64  Saint Josephs
08 Jan 22 Davidson  72 - 68  Rhode Island
06 Jan 22 George Mason  P - P  Rhode Island

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The Rhode Island Rams men's basketball team is a college basketball program that competes in NCAA Division I and the Atlantic 10 Conference representing the University of Rhode Island. The team is under the direction of head coach David Cox who was formerly Assistant Coach to Dan Hurley for four years at Rhode Island until March 22, 2018 when Hurley departed for another college head coaching position. The Rams play their home games at the Ryan Center (capacity 7,657) which opened in 2002.
The Rams have appeared in ten NCAA Tournaments. They have a combined 8–10 record. Tom Garrick holds the Rhode Island single-tournament game scoring record with 29 points in 1988 during a march to the Sweet Sixteen.

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Ryan Center is a 7,657-seat multi-purpose arena in Kingston, Rhode Island. The arena opened as a replacement for Keaney Gymnasium, which was built in 1953 for the needs of a much smaller student population at URI. It is home to the University of Rhode Island Rams basketball. The building is named for Thomas M. Ryan, Class of 1975, former CEO of Rhode Island-based CVS Pharmacy and lead benefactor of the arena.
The $54 million center opened in June 2002. The first game in the arena was a women's basketball game against Kent State University on Nov. 22, 2002, and the first men's game was an upset win against USC on Nov. 26, 2002.
The building is recognizable for its three corner towers, which were modeled after lighthouses.



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