Alabama baseball releases 2022 Southeastern Conference schedule

The following is a press release from Alabama Athletics.

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Alabama baseball announced its Southeastern Conference schedule for the upcoming 2022 season on Wednesday afternoon.

The 2022 slate begins on Friday, March 18 in Tuscaloosa as Alabama welcomes the Florida Gators to town. One week later, the Crimson Tide will travel to Starkville to square off with the reigning national champions in the Mississippi State Bulldogs. In addition to the Gators, Sewell-Thomas Stadium will play host to Texas A&M, Georgia, LSU and Arkansas. The Tide will travel to Ole Miss, Tennessee, South Carolina and Auburn following the trip to State.

Alabama will not meet with Kentucky, Missouri and Vanderbilt during the 2022 regular season.

The 2022 SEC Tournament will once again be held in Hoover, Ala., with the event running from Tuesday, May 24 through Sunday, May 29. The current schedule is subject to change for television purposes with televised games yet to be determined. All game times will be released at a later date.

2022 Alabama Baseball SEC Home Series

  • Florida (March 18-20)
  • Texas A&M (April 1-3)
  • Georgia (April 22-24)
  • LSU (May 6-8)
  • Arkansas (May 19-21)

2022 Alabama Baseball SEC Away Series

  • Mississippi State (March 25-27)
  • Ole Miss (April 8-10)
  • Tennessee (April 15-17)
  • South Carolina (April 29-May 1)
  • Auburn (May 13-15)

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