HOUGHTON, Mich. – Michigan Tech men’s basketball announced its 2023-24 regular season schedule on Monday (June 5). The Huskies will play a full slate of 18 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference games this winter and host 15 opponents at SDC Gymnasium in Houghton.

Tech begins non-conference play in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin with Missouri S&T (Nov. 11) and Upper Iowa (Nov. 12) in the Midwest Crossover Tournament. The Huskies have a rematch with Missouri St. Louis at home on November 18. The Tritons made a run to the NCAA Division II Elite Eight last season. 

After a quick jaunt to St. Cloud State on November 21, Tech is on home court for an extended six-game homestand to close out the year. Included are GLIAC opponents Saginaw Valley State (Dec. 7) and Wayne State (Dec. 9). Conference action continues after the holidays, including a four-game road swing in the final two weeks of January.

The Huskies face rival and defending GLIAC Champion Northern Michigan in Marquette on January 27 and host the Wildcats on February 17. Tech closes the regular season with Grand Valley State at SDC Gymnasium March 2 for Senior Day.

Fans can watch all home games this season, including live statistics by subscribing to FloSports. The Huskies continue its long-standing radio broadcasting partnership with J&J Broadcasting, including Mix 93.5 FM WKMJ and AM 920 WMPL. Mitch Lake remains the Huskies’ home play-by-play voice with Josh Ylitalo providing color commentary.

With a young squad last season, the Huskies finished 10-20 overall (5-13 GLIAC) and made a memorable run to the GLIAC Tournament Championship in Big Rapids, Michigan. The Huskies began their postseason with an upset over No. 1 seed Wisconsin Parkside 73-68 in the quarterfinals.

Ticket information can be found at BuyHuskiesTickets.com or by calling the central ticket office (located inside the Student Development Center) at 906-487-2073.

2023-24 Opponents

DateOpponentDivision/Conference2022-23 Record2022-23 PostseasonLast Matchup
Nov. 11Missouri S&TNCAA II/GLVC16-12 (10-10)1/2/93 W, 79-67 (Rolla, Mo.)
Nov. 12Upper IowaNCAA II/NSIC16-13 (13-9)NSIC Quarterfinalistn/a
Nov. 18Missouri St. LouisNCAA II/GLVC24-11 (11-9)GLVC Champion/NCAA Elite Eight11/23/22 L, 75-57 (St. Louis, Mo.)
Nov. 21St. Cloud StateNCAA II/NSIC10-18 (7-15)NSIC Quarterfinalist11/27/22 L, 74-56 (St. Cloud, Minn.)
Nov. 25Minnesota DuluthNCAA II/NSIC26-10 (16-6)NSIC Runner-Up/NCAA Elite Eight11/26/22 L, 99-65 (Duluth, Minn.)
Nov. 26Minnesota State MoorheadNCAA II/NSIC25-7 (17-5)NSIC Champion/NCAA Region Quarterfinalist11/18/17 L, 89-82 OT (Moorhead, Minn.)
Dec. 7/Feb. 24Saginaw Valley StateNCAA II/GLIAC14-15 (9-9)GLIAC Quarterfinalist2/4/23 W, 75-67 (Houghton, Mich.)
Dec. 9/Feb. 22Wayne StateNCAA II/GLIAC8-17 (5-13)2/2/23 W, 78-58 (Houghton, Mich.)
Dec. 17Kentucky WesleyanNCAA II/GMAC15-14 (11-9)GMAC Quarterfinalist12/19/22 L, 85-65 (Owensboro, Ky.)
Dec. 19Winona StateNCAA II/NSIC15-12 (10-12)11/17/19 L, 62-59 (Winona, Minn.)
Dec. 30Algoma (Ontario)OUA/USports3-19 (3-19)12/21/19 W, 117-60 (Houghton, Mich.)
Jan. 4/Mar. 2Grand Valley StateNCAA II/GLIAC18-12 (11-7)GLIAC Semifinalist3/4/23 W, 73-69 (Big Rapids, Mich.)
Jan. 6/Feb. 29DavenportNCAA II/GLIAC7-21 (3-15)2/11/23 W, 77-71 (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
Jan. 11/Feb. 3Ferris StateNCAA II/GLIAC24-9 (13-5)GLIAC Semfinalist/NCAA Region Semifinalist1/26/23 L, 78-50 (Big Rapids, Mich.)
Jan. 13/Feb. 1Lake Superior StateNCAA II/GLIAC13-14 (12-6)GLIAC Quarterfinalist1/28/23 W, 76-71 (Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.)
Jan. 18/Feb. 10Wisconsin ParksideNCAA II/GLIAC21-9 (14-4)GLIAC Quarterfinalist/NCAA Region Quarterfinalist3/1/23 W, 73-68 (Kenosha, Wis.)
Jan. 20/Feb. 8Purdue NorthwestNCAA II/GLIAC12-17 (5-13)GLIAC Quarterfinalist2/16/23 W, 71-70 (Houghton, Mich.)