Pac-12/SWAC Legacy Series Set For Debut During 2022-23 Basketball Seasons


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The Southwestern Athletic Conference and the Pac-12 and will debut the Pac-12/SWAC Legacy Series, an educational and basketball scheduling partnership between the two collegiate athletics conferences, to tip off the 2022-23 season.

The first-of-its-kind pact between Autonomy 5 and HBCU leagues was announced last September with its aim to create both a forum for competition, as well as promotion and education around issues of anti-racism and social justice.

With the inaugural cycle of contests approaching in early November, the leagues have recently collaborated on the event name and announced the six women’s matchups that are a part of this impactful partnership.

The Pac-12/SWAC Legacy Series name was born out of this summer's Pac-12 ImPACt experience in Selma and Montgomery, Ala., in which conference student-athletes journeyed to the center of the civil rights movement. That trip featured a visit to the Equal Justice Initiative's Legacy Museum, a Montgomery-based museum which provides a comprehensive history of the United States with a focus on the legacy of slavery.

The dates for the initial 12 men’s and women’s basketball contests are below. Television broadcast details will be announced in the coming weeks.


Monday, Nov. 7 - Florida A&M at Oregon
Thursday, Nov. 10 - Alabama State at USC
Friday, Nov. 11 - Southern at Arizona
Friday, Nov. 11 - Colorado at Grambling State
Sunday, Nov. 13 - Arizona State at Texas Southern
Tuesday, Nov. 15 - Washington State at Prairie View A&M

Friday, Nov. 11 - Grambling State at Arizona State
Sunday, Nov. 13 - Prairie View A&M at Washington State
Monday, Nov. 14 - Oregon at Southern
Thursday, Dec. 1 - Utah at Mississippi Valley State
Wednesday, Dec. 14 - Texas Southern at Arizona
Sunday, Dec. 18 - Florida A&M at California


THE Logical ONE
These people sending FAMU women to Cal....
This gone be so bad. Aside from that game and the Valley game, we might get a few moral victories.