The Lancers start the season with an extensive traveling schedule before opening their 18-game conference slate in early December.
"We are really looking forward to the upcoming season," said Olson. "I think our early season trips will be a good bonding opportunity for the team and coaches, as well as a chance for our team to compete against some quality teams on the road. We have a really good bunch of returners and I know they are looking forward to building on the success of last year."
Following early season exhibitions, the Lancers travel to Monmouth, Oregon to play Western Oregon and St. Martin's and then head to Pueblo, Colo. for contests against Western State and Colorado State-Pueblo.
CBU opens the conference season at home against Fresno Pacific on Dec. 8. CBU renews old GSAC rivalries with FPU, Azusa Pacific and Point Loma as the three schools join the PacWest this season.
After having the conference title come down to a final road game at Grand Canyon last season, the Lancers and Antelopes play earlier in the season this year, with GCU coming to Riverside Jan. 2 and CBU heading to Phoenix Jan. 26. CBU closes the regular season at FPU March 2.
The Lancers have a total of 11 home games this season, just two of which are non-conference contests. CBU has eight non-conference games scheduled to go along with its 18 conference matchups.
In its third and final year of the NCAA Division II membership process, CBU is still ineligible for postseason competition, but will look to compete in the National Christian College Athletic Association National Tournament this season. The NCCAA tournament is held in Winona Lake, Ind., March 13-16.
CBU finished last season 22-7, taking seventh place at the NCCAA tournament. The Lancers finished second in the PacWest with a 14-4 conference record.