What You Need to Know:
* Georgia State will play an 11-game non-conference schedule beginning Nov. 6, including home games with Charlotte and Dartmouth.
* Among the highlights to the schedule is participation in the 2K Empire Classic benefiting Wounded Warrior Project that includes games at Duke and Georgetown.
* As a part of the event, the Panthers will also make a trip to California for a pair of games in late November.

ATLANTA – Coming off a second-straight Sun Belt Conference title and NCAA Tournament appearance, first-year Georgia State head coach Rob Lanier announced an exciting and challenging 11-game non-conference schedule on Thursday. Among the highlights is an appearance in the 2K Empire Classic benefiting Wounded Warrior Project and home games with Charlotte and Dartmouth.

Coming off a sixth-straight winning season - the most in program history, the Panthers will open the season on Nov. 6, hosting Brewton-Parker.

Following a Nov. 9, trip to College of Charleston, the Panthers will open the 2K Empire Classic benefiting Wounded Warrior Project at Duke on Nov. 15. It will mark the second time in program history traveling to face the Blue Devils at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

Just two days later, Georgia State will face Georgetown on Nov. 17, in Washington D.C. It will mark the third time the Panthers and Hoyas have faced each other following a home-and-home series in 1997 and 1998.

The four-game event will conclude as the Panthers travel to Riverside, Calif., to face Prairie View A&M on Nov. 22, and either Central Arkansas or host Cal Baptist on Nov. 23.

Georgia State will return to the GSU Sports Arena for contests against Charlotte on Nov. 27, and Dartmouth on Dec. 3. After a road game at Mercer on Dec. 7, the Panthers will play a pair of previously announced Sun Belt Conference games against UT Arlington and Texas State on Dec. 19 and 21.

Following a trip to Dallas, Texas to face SMU on Dec. 23, the Panthers will close out non-conference play hosting Middle Georgia State on Dec. 30.

“After a very good eight weeks of summer practice, we are excited for the season to get underway,” Lanier said. “We have a very solid group of returners and some impressive newcomers who are ready to prove themselves when the season gets underway in about seven weeks.”

Georgia State will play one exhibition game this year facing Point University on Nov. 1.

Season tickets for the 2019-20 season are now available by visiting GeorgiaStateSports.com/Tix or by calling 404-413-4020 during normal business hours.