The UAH men's basketball team will conclude its regular season home schedule with two Gulf South Conference games at Spragins Hall. The team will face Union on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and Christian Brothers on Saturday at 4 p.m. Additionally, UAH will celebrate 4.0 Night and NCAA Division II Day, honoring student-athletes who achieved a 4.0 GPA in the last year during Thursday's game. The Senior Day will take place on Saturday, allowing the team to honor Isaac Chatman, Dalton Dodd, and Tanner Shulman. The Chargers have already secured a spot in the 2024 Gulf South Conference Men's Basketball Championships, currently holding a 15-9 overall record and a 13-7 GSC record, placing them in a three-way tie for third in the conference standings. The top four teams will host the quarterfinal round on Tuesday, March 5. UAH's offense averages 79.4 points per game, ranking fourth in the league and is led by Luke Burnett (16.0 PPG) and Tommy Murr (15.9 PPG). Jack Kostel has also been a key player, excelling in multiple categories. Union and Christian Brothers, UAH's upcoming opponents, have records of 12-12 and 15-8 respectively. The Chargers hold favorable all-time series records against both teams. Following the home games, UAH will travel to West Florida and Valdosta State next week.

By the Numbers
  • UAH overall record: 15-9
  • UAH GSC record: 13-7
State of Play
  • UAH is currently in a three-way tie for third place in the conference standings
  • The top four teams will host the quarterfinal round on Tuesday, March 5
  • UAH's offense averages 79.4 points per game, ranking fourth in the league
  • Union's record: 12-12 overall and 9-11 in GSC play
  • Christian Brothers' record: 15-8 overall and 13-7 in GSC play
Bottom Line

The UAH men's basketball team is gearing up for its final regular season home games, celebrating 4.0 Night, NCAA Division II Day, and Senior Day. With a secured spot in the upcoming championships, the team looks to maintain its strong offensive performance and secure victories in the upcoming games.