TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Alabama baseball will participate in 26 non-conference games during the 2022 season. The 26 games will be combined with Crimson Tide’s 30 competitions in the Southeastern Conference game to make up the entire 56-player schedule.
Nineteen of the 26 non-conference pairs will take place at Sewell-Thomas Stadium, highlighted by three-match weekend series with Xavier (February 18-20), Murray State (March 4-6) and Binghamton (November 11-13). March).
The fourth non-conference series sends Crimson Tide to Austin to host the Texas Longhorns (February 25-27), a participant in the College World Series in 2021. Along with the Longhorns, Alabama will face 2021 NCAA teams after the season in Southern Miss (15). March), Samford (April 5, April 26) and South Alabama (March 29).
All opponents and dates are subject to change. In addition, games and dates can be changed for television scheduling.
Baseball season ticket holders will receive ticket information in the coming weeks with details on ticket schedule options, delivery of mobile tickets and other things related to the upcoming promotion.
2022 Alabama Baseball Schedule Highlights
- Seven games against NCAA contestants after the 2021 season
- Samford (2)
- South Alabama (1)
- Southern Miss (1)
- Texas (3)
- Four weekend conferences without conference:
- Xavier (February 18-20)
- in Texas (February 25-27)
- Murray State (March 4-6)
- Binghamton (March 11-13)
- Home-and-home midweek series with:
- Jacksonville State (February 22, May 10)
- Samford (April 5, April 26)
- UAB (March 22, April 19)
- Single mid-week non-conference couple with:
- Alabama State (February 23)
- Belmont (April 12)
- Mid-Tennessee (March 8)
- North Alabama (March 9)
- at Southern Miss (March 15)
- South Alabama (March 29)
- Troy (March 2)
- UT-Martin (March 1)
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