Cal men’s basketball releases nonconference scheduleThe Maui Invitational announced its bracket Tuesday morning, including a first-round matchup between Cal and Wichita State on Nov. 21 that will act as one of the top features on the Bears’ nonconference schedule.Cal will play either Marquette or VCU in the second round of the marquee tournament, and the other side of the bracket includes perennially strong programs Chaminade, LSU, Michigan and Notre Dame.With the Thanksgiving week plans set, Bears first-year head coach Wyking Jones completed his team’s nonconference schedule — a slate highlighted by a Dec. 2 showdown with St. Mary’s.Cal has played the Gaels only once since a 61-52 loss in 2004.After an exhibition game against Great Falls on Nov. 6, Cal will host three straight games (UC Riverside, Cal Poly and Wofford) before heading to Maui.The Bears will have one more home game (Cal State Northridge on Nov. 28) before the St. Mary’s tilt.Cal will alternate home and road games for the rest of its December nonconference schedule.The Bears host Central Arkansas, Cal State Fullerton and Portland State, sandwiched around trips to San Diego State and Seattle.
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