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Basketball

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Edmunds Center
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DeLand, Florida

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Hatters

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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28 Jan 22 Stetson  -  Bellarmine
29 Jan 22 Stetson  -  Eastern Kentucky
04 Feb 22 Lipscomb  -  Stetson
05 Feb 22 Central Arkansas  -  Stetson
10 Feb 22 Stetson  -  Jacksonville State

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22 Jan 22 North Alabama  65 - 67  Stetson
19 Jan 22 Stetson  91 - 93  Florida Gulf
15 Jan 22 Stetson  49 - 77  Kennesaw State
12 Jan 22 Jacksonville  57 - 50  Stetson
08 Jan 22 North Florida  66 - 68  Stetson

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The Stetson Hatters men's basketball team represents Stetson University in DeLand, Florida, United States. The school's team currently competes in the Atlantic Sun Conference. They play their home games at the Edmunds Center.
The Hatters have appeared in three NCAA Division II Tournaments. Their combined record is 3–4.

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Edmunds Center is a 5,000-seat multi-purpose arena at Stetson University in , that opened on December 5, 1974. It is home to the Stetson Hatters basketball team. The arena is named after J. Ollie Edmunds, fourth president of Stetson University (1948-1967).
It hosted the 1991 and 1996 Atlantic Sun Conference men's basketball tournaments. Many different celebrities and musicians have performed at the Edmunds Center over the years. Notable performers include comedians Bill Cosby, Jay Leno, Steve Martin, and Steven Wright; country music legends Hank Williams, Jr., and Mel Tillis; The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band; Spyro Gyra; and folk singers Harry Chapin, and Don McLean.

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