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Basketball

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G. B. Hodge Center
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Spartanburg, South Carolina

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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Upcoming Events
26 Jan 22 USC Upstate  -  Winthrop
29 Jan 22 North Carolina  -  USC Upstate
03 Feb 22 Hampton  -  USC Upstate
05 Feb 22 USC Upstate  -  Campbell
10 Feb 22 Longwood  -  USC Upstate

Latest Results
22 Jan 22 USC Upstate  70 - 57  Charleston Southern
20 Jan 22 Gardner-Webb  61 - 74  USC Upstate
15 Jan 22 UNC Asheville  73 - 76  USC Upstate
13 Jan 22 USC Upstate  66 - 65  High Point
08 Jan 22 Presbyterian  72 - 82  USC Upstate

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The USC Upstate Spartans men's basketball team represents the University of South Carolina Upstate in Spartanburg, South Carolina, United States. The school's team formerly competed in the Atlantic Sun Conference, but moved to the Big South Conference in 2018-19. They are currently led by Head Coach Dave Dickerson and play their home games at the G. B. Hodge Center. During their time as a member of the NAIA, they were national champions in 1982. Since their move to Division I, they have yet to qualify for the NCAA Tournament. On November 21st 2015, the team was upset by NCCAA DII member Bob Jones University Bruins by a score of 83-79.

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G. B. Hodge Center is an 878-seat multi-purpose arena in Spartanburg, South Carolina. It is home to the University of South Carolina Upstate Spartans basketball and volleyball teams. It was opened in 1973 and is named for one of the University's founders.
The Hodge Center is the smallest arena in Division I men's basketball in terms of seating capacity.

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