Comprehensive List of Every 2019 College Basketball Foreign Tour

Every four years, college basketball programs are allowed to take a foreign tour, which allows them to hold 10 additional practices and play exhibition games abroad against international competition.

Dozens of Division I men’s basketball teams will travel abroad this summer, including several teams that are in Stadium College Basketball Insider Jeff Goodman’s preseason top 25 rankings.

Here’s the up-to-date list of teams going on college basketball foreign tours this summer, listed alphabetically with the high-major schools listed first.

 

  • Baylor: August 14 – August 24, Italy
  • Clemson: June 29 – July 13, Italy (World University Games)
  • Creighton: August 1 – August 13, Australia
  • DePaul: August 3 – August 14, France/Italy
  • Georgetown: August 10 – August 16, Bahamas
  • Georgia Tech: August 9 – August 16, Spain
  • Houston: August 8 – August 17, Italy
  • Illinois: August 4 – August 14, Italy
  • Iowa State: August 10 – August 20, Italy
  • LSU: August 12 – August 20, Spain
  • Marquette: August 9 – August 18, Spain/France
  • Memphis: August 12 – August 19, Bahamas
  • Miami (FL): August 9 – August 18, Italy
  • Minnesota: August 3 – August 13, Italy
  • Nebraska: August 3 – August 13, Italy
  • Northwestern: August 19 – August 31, France/Italy
  • Pittsburgh: August 5 – August 14, Italy
  • Rutgers: August 5 – August 16, Spain
  • Seton Hall: August 7 – August 16, Italy
  • South Florida: August 3 – August 9, Montreal
  • Stanford: August 18 – August 27, Italy/Spain
  • Syracuse: August 10 – August 20, Italy
  • Temple: August 2 – August 8, Bahamas
  • Texas A&M: August 4 – August 10, Costa Rica
  • Texas Tech: August 10 – August 19, Bahamas
  • UCF: August 6 – August 15, Spain
  • USC: August 6 – August 16, Spain/France
  • Washington: August 12 – August 22, Italy
  • West Virginia: August 3 – August 13, Spain
  • Xavier: August 7 – August 15, Spain
  • Abilene Christian: August 6 – August 12, U.S. Virgin Islands
  • Ball State: July 30 – August 5, Costa Rica
  • Belmont: August 12 – August 19, Portugal
  • Boston University: August 9 – August 19, Spain
  • Brown: August 21 – August 31, Spain
  • BYU: August 16 – August 26, Italy
  • Cal Baptist: July 29 – August 10, Australia
  • Cal Poly: September 1 – September 9, London
  • Cal State Bakersfield: August 18 – August 23, Vancouver
  • Campbell: August 8 – August 19, Argentina
  • Central Arkansas: July 22 – August 2, Italy
  • Chattanooga: August 4 – August 9, Bahamas
  • Colgate: August 8 – August 17, Italy
  • Delaware: August 5 – August 11, Bahamas
  • Drake: August 3 – August 10, Costa Rica
  • Duquesne: August 5 – August 12, Bahamas
  • East Tennessee State: August 9 – August 21, Czech Republic/Austria/Germany/Hungary
  • Evansville: July 30 – August 9, London/Belgium/Paris
  • Furman: August 2 – August 8, Bahamas
  • Georgia Southern: July 29 – August 5, Spain
  • Grambling: August 10 – August 16, Puerto Rico
  • Illinois State: August 7 – August 17, Italy
  • Long Beach State: August 12 – August 19, Costa Rica
  • Massachusetts: August 19 – August 26, U.S. Virgin Islands
  • McNeese State: August 3 – August 10, Bahamas
  • Middle Tennessee State: August 10 – August 17, Dominican Republic
  • Murray State: August 7 – August 12, Bahamas
  • North Dakota State: August 3 – August 10, Puerto Rico
  • North Florida: August 2 – August 8, Vancouver
  • Northern Iowa: August 1- August 11, Italy
  • Northern Kentucky: August 6- August 11, Virgin Islands
  • Oakland: August 22 – September 2, Greece
  • Quinnipiac: August 7 – August 13, Canada
  • Stephen F. Austin: August 8 – August 17, Spain
  • Stony Brook: August 10 – August 20, Spain/France
  • UNC Wilmington: August 6 – August 14, Italy
  • Valparaiso: August 10 – August 16, Canada
  • Wright State: August 2 – August 12, Italy
  • Youngstown State: August 13 – August 18, U.S. Virgin Islands

 

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