NEW ORLEANS –The University of South Alabama men’s basketball team will open the 2021-22 Sun Belt Conference schedule with two road games, followed by four straight home games at the Mitchell Center in the schedule released by the conference office Tuesday.

South starts the SBC season with road games at UTA (Dec. 30) and at Texas State on New Year’s Day. The Jaguars open up their conference home slate with a four-game homestand with Appalachian State (Jan. 6), Coastal Carolina (Jan. 8), Georgia State (Jan. 13) and Georgia Southern (Jan. 15).

USA will then spend five of its next six games on the road, with trips to Louisiana (Jan. 20) and ULM (Jan. 22), followed by hosting rival Troy Jan. 27 in Mobile. The Jags kick off a three-game road swing at Troy (Jan. 29), at Georgia Southern (Feb. 3) and at Georgia State (Feb. 5).

To end the conference slate, USA wraps up the regular season with four out of six at home. The Jags host Little Rock (Feb. 10), Arkansas State (Feb. 12), Texas State (Feb. 24) and UTA (Feb. 26), while traveling to Coastal Carolina (Feb. 17) and to Appalachian State (Feb. 19) during that stretch.

The Sun Belt Conference Tournament will be held March 3-7 in Pensacola, Fla.

Season tickets for the 2021-2022 season are on sale now, with pricing starting at just $75.00 for upper level general admission seats or $150.00 for lower level seating for the entire season. To purchase, go online to or call (251) 461-1USA (1872).

The Jaguars advanced to the second round of the conference tournament, finishing 17-11 for the season, with a 10-7 record in league play.

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