Senior forward Justin Ahrens (10) comes up to the net for a shot during the Ohio State-Duke game on Nov. 30, 2021. Ohio State won 71-66. Credit: Mackenzie Shanklin | Lantern Stock photo

The Ohio State men’s basketball team has seen its schedule for the 2022-23 season become clearer since the schedule turnaround in July.

The program unveiled in a press release on June 29 its non-conference schedule for the 2022-23 season. The Buckeyes will again participate in the Maui Invitational against Arkansas, Cincinnati, Creighton and Louisville in the eight-team tournament November 21-23.

Ohio State has announced it will travel to Durham, North Carolina to take on Duke in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge November 30and the Buckeyes will face North Carolina in the CBS Sports Classic at Madison Square Garden in New York City on December 17.

The Buckeyes will begin the 2022-23 season with three straight home games against Robert Morris, Charleston Southern and Eastern Illinois beginning Nov. 7, according to the release.

Chaminade will venture into Value City Arena for a preseason exhibition against Ohio State on Nov. 1. The non-conference program will wrap up against St. Francis, Maine and Alabama A&M in December, according to the release.

June 16, the Big Ten Conference announced home and home and single-game opponents for next season. Ohio State will only host Minnesota, Pennsylvania State and Wisconsin, according to the statement.

The Buckeyes will only travel to Indiana, Michigan and Nebraska. They will face this trio of conference competition, marking the first season since 2018-19 in which the Wolverines have not played in Columbus. Ohio State will travel to and host the remaining seven Big Ten programs, and tipping times and dates will be announced in early fall, according to the release.