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West Long Branch, New Jersey

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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03 Feb 23 Monmouth  -  Delaware
04 Feb 23 Monmouth  -  Drexel
08 Feb 23 Stony Brook  -  Monmouth
11 Feb 23 Monmouth  -  Hofstra
13 Feb 23 Monmouth  -  North Carolina

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28 Jan 23 North Carolina   -  Monmouth
27 Jan 23 UNC Wilmington   -  Monmouth
21 Jan 23 Monmouth  66 - 83  Hampton
20 Jan 23 Monmouth  55 - 69  College of
14 Jan 23 Towson  68 - 48  Monmouth

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The Monmouth Hawks men's basketball team represents Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey, United States. The school's team currently competes in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. They are currently led by head coach King Rice and play their home games at the OceanFirst Bank Center. The Hawks had wins over five power conference opponents (UCLA, Notre Dame, USC, Georgetown, and Rutgers) and received votes in the AP poll for the first time ever during the 2015–16 season. They last appeared in the NCAA Tournament in 2006.

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OceanFirst Bank Center (formerly Multipurpose Activity Center) is a multi-purpose student recreational facility at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey. It was opened on August 26, 2009. It currently hosts the Monmouth Hawks basketball teams. It has a seating capacity of 4,100 spectators. It adjoins the William T. Boylan Gymnasium. The venue cost $57 million to construct.

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