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Baseball Announces 30-Game SEC Schedule
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Baseball Announces 30-Game SEC Schedule

by Kent Reichert

The Gamecocks will open conference play on March 18 at Tennessee.

BIRMINGHAM – The Southeastern Conference announced its 30-game baseball schedule for the 2022 season this afternoon (Wednesday, Sept. 15).
The Gamecocks will start the conference slate on the road, heading to Knoxville, Tenn., for a three-game series against 2021 College World Series participant Tennessee on March 18-20. Carolina opens the home conference schedule with CWS runner-up Vanderbilt on March 25-27. The Gamecocks then open the month of April with a three-game series at Missouri (April 1-3).
Carolina has back-to-back home SEC series, facing Georgia (April 8-10) and Ole Miss (April 14-16). A trip to Auburn on April 22-24 is followed by a home series against Alabama on April 29-May 1.
The Gamecocks travel to College Station, Texas, for a series at Texas A&M on May 6-8. The home conference slate will finish on May 13-15 with three games against Kentucky. The conference regular season ends on May 19-21 with a three-game set at Florida.
The SEC Tournament will take place at the Hoover Met on May 24-29.
The non-conference portion of the schedule as well as game times and television designations will be announced at a later date.
Fans can currently renew their season tickets for the 2022 season online here. (LINK) The deadline to renew season tickets is Dec. 3, 2021.
Carolina is coming off a 2021 season which saw the Gamecocks go 34-23 overall and 16-14 in the SEC. Carolina hosted a regional at Founders Park this past June for the first time since the 2016 season.
2022 Carolina SEC Baseball Schedule
March 18-20               at Tennessee
March 25-27               VANDERBILT
April 1-3                      at Missouri
April 8-10                    GEORGIA
April 14-16                  OLE MISS
April 22-24                  at Auburn
April 29-May 1            ALABAMA
May 6-8                       at Texas A&M
May 13-15                  KENTUCKY
May 19-21                   at Florida