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Otahkians will see new opponents in Wisconsin
The Southeast Missouri State University women's basketball team will see a new lineup of opponents this weekend in the Oneida Bingo & Casino Women's Basketball Holiday Tournament at University of Wisconsin at Green Bay.
The Otahkians (1-1) will play at 6 p.m. today against UW-Green Bay, which is 2-1 after wins over Wisconsin and Oregon and a loss to Illinois.
The Phoenix feature Kristy Loiselle, who averages 14 points and six rebounds a game.
The other teams in the four-team event are Miami, which is 2-0 with wins over South Florida and Morris Brown, and Quinnipiac, which is 1-0 with a win over Lafayette.
Southeast has not played any of the three teams involved this week.
Miami will face Quinnipiac in the opener at 4 p.m.today followed by UW-Green Bay against Southeast. Saturday's action features the winners from Friday meeting for the title and the losing teams matching up in the consolation game.
The UW-Green Bay women will play at 3 p.m. Saturday regardless of Friday night's result, and the final tournament game will follow directly afterward around 5 p.m.