TONIGHT: Stags to Host Iona in MAAC Opener, Friday, Dec. 11 on ESPNU

TONIGHT: Stags to Host Iona in MAAC Opener, Friday, Dec. 11 on ESPNU

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Fairfield will play two games with the Gaels at Alumni Hall this weekend.

Fairfield Men’s Basketball will play its second nationally televised game of the 2020-21 season tonight, Friday, Dec. 11, as ESPNU comes to Alumni Hall for the Stags’ Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference meeting with the Iona Gaels. Tip-off on George Bisacca Court is slated for 7 p.m.

The Stags – led by Head Coach Jay Young – will also play Iona at Alumni Hall on Saturday at 7 p.m (on ESPN+). as part of the MAAC’s adjusted scheduling format to limit travel this season. The Gaels are coached by Hall of Famer Rick Pitino, who last coached at Alumni Hall in 1978 when he was in his first campaign as the head coach of Boston University.

While fans are not currently permitted to attend Fairfield Basketball home games, Stags can check out the Virtual Red Sea and the Countdown to Tip-Off for all of the latest news and a rundown of all of the gameday enhancements available for the 2020-21 season.

Fairfield will return to ESPNU on Feb. 5 at 9 p.m. at MAAC foe Manhattan. Previously, the Stags’ Nov. 25 season opener at Providence was nationally televised on FS1.

Stags vs. Iona

Date: Friday, Dec. 11
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: George Bisacca Court at Alumni Hall

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Watch the nationally televised game live on ESPNU.

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