PHILADELPHIA – University of the Sciences' annual Late Night Madness will be next Thursday, Oct. 24 at 10 p.m. in the Athletic/Recreation Center's Bobby Morgan Arena.
Late Night Madness offers fans the opportunity to meet the men's and women's basketball teams in a fun environment.
Emceed annually by Head Men's Basketball Coach David Pauley, the night includes free food, contests, prizes, giveaways, dance routines, the YMCA dance and much more.
Men's and women's basketball have both had success in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) in recent years, with the men advancing to the CACC Tournament in six of the last seven seasons and the women advancing to nine straight.
Notably, women's basketball has won three consecutive CACC South titles, as well as two of the last three CACC Championships. The Devils have won an NCAA Tournament game in each of the last three years, the only team in the East Region to do so, and last season they hosed the first NCAA Regional in the history of the University.
Men's and women's basketball's seasons both begin the weekend of Nov. 8-10, with both teams set to host two games.