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2021 UW Baseball Schedule Revealed

Jan 29, 2021

2021 Schedule

SEATTLE -- Washington baseball's 2021 Pac-12 Conference and non-conference schedule was announced Friday.

Washington will open up head coach Lindsay Meggs' 12th season season on Montlake on Friday, Feb. 19 against Houston Baptist in Houston, Texas. They then face Rice on Feb. 20 and Little Rock (Ark.) on Feb. 21. Rice is the host school with all games taking place at Reckling Park.

The Huskies' will return home after their trip to the Lone Star State for five-consecutive weekends of action at Husky Ballpark. UW will open at home against UTRGV (University of Texas Rio Grande Valley) for four game from Friday, Feb. 26 through Monday, March 1. The Huskies will host Loyola Marymount for four games from Friday, March 5-Sunday, March 7, followed by a single game against Portland on Tuesday, March 9.

Washington, Washington State and Seattle U will partake in a weekend of non-conference competition from Thursday, March 11-Saturday, March 13. UW will play Seattle U on Thursday, Washington State on Friday and then both teams on Saturday. All games will be hosted at Husky Ballpark.

Washington will open Pac-12 play against USC (March 19-21). They also host Oregon State (March 26-28), Arizona State (April 9-11), California (April 30-May 2) and Utah (May 21-23) throughout the season. 

The Huskies will also host Texas State in non-conference action for three games (April 16-18) and have a midweek game against Gonzaga (April 20).

The first Pac-12 road trip of 2021 is April 1-3 at UCLA. The Huskies also will travel to Stanford (April 23-25), Oregon (May 7-9), Arizona (Mary 14-16) and Washington State (May 27-29). They also have individual midweek games at Gonzaga (March 23) and Portland (April 13).  

The Pac-12 Network will release its broadcast schedule at a later date.
The Pac-12 recently determined it would continue its prohibition on fan attendance at Pac-12 sport competitions taking place on Pac-12 campuses past January 1 and until further notice.