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Sun Devil Baseball Announces 2022 Schedule

Dec 8, 2021

PHOENIX – Sun Devil Baseball has officially released its 2022 schedule, as announced by head coach Willie Bloomquist and the Pac-12 Conference office.

The Sun Devils will play 55 total contests, including a 30-game conference slate and 25 non-conference matchups. ASU is slated to play 32 games in the confines of Phoenix Municipal Stadium. 

The 2022 season will also feature the inaugural Pac-12 Baseball Tournament at the end of the regular season in partnership with the City of Scottsdale and The Arizona Sports & Entertainment Commission, hosted right in ASU's backyard at Scottsdale Stadium from May 25-29. The double-elimination tournament will be spread over five days at the Spring Training home of the San Francisco Giants. The top eight teams in the Conference standings at the conclusion of the regular season will earn berths in the Pac-12 Baseball Tournament. The champion will receive the Conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. 

Season tickets for the 2022 season are now available for purchase starting at $99. Mini plans will go on sale to the public on December 9. Single game, group, suite, and Devil Deck tickets will be available the week of January 10. For more information or to purchase, please contact the Ticket Sales and Service team at 480-965-5812 or

The current schedule is subject to any number of date and time changes due to the volatility of circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 crisis and in keeping with both local and national health recommendations and guidelines. The health and safety of student-athletes remain a top priority of Arizona State University and the Pac-12 Conference.

Additionally, official television selections have yet to be determined (though ASU is tentatively scheduled for 14 games to be broadcast on the Pac-12 Network), which could further affect the dates and times of this schedule.

All baseball competitions will be conducted in accordance with the Pac-12 COVID-19 Medical Advisory Committee health and safety recommendations and guidelines, available at

Fans can get their first taste of the action on Sunday, Jan. 30 as Sun Devil Baseball hosts its Alumni Day and Fan Fest at Phoenix Municipal Stadium ahead of the team's opening weekend series. Additional information on Alumni Day and Fan Fest is forthcoming and will be announced in a separate release.

The 2022 Sun Devil Baseball Schedule will get underway with a three-game series against Dixie State with Opening Night scheduled for Friday, Feb. 18 at 6:30 p.m. AZT. The series is the first of nine-straight games to be played in Phoenix with ASU hosting Nevada for a midweek tilt on Feb. 22 before welcoming BYU for a three-game series beginning Thursday, Feb. 24 through Saturday, Feb. 26. The Sun Devil will then welcome 2021 NCAA Regional participant Oklahoma State for two midweek tilts on March 1-2. The three midweek games against Nevada and OSU are slated for 3 p.m./4 p.m./1 p.m. AZT first pitches, so fans should note the earlier-than-usual start times. 

The Sun Devils will hit the road for the first time beginning Friday, March 4 with a three-game series at San Diego State at Tony Gwynn Stadium. ASU will remain in Southern California to take on UC Irvine in two midweek games on March 8-9.

ASU will return home for its final non-conference series of the year with a four-game set against San Francisco beginning Friday, March 11 with a double header on Saturday, March 12 before closing the series that Sunday. 

ASU will open Pac-12 league play on the road against 2021 Regional finalist Oregon State in Corvallis from March 17-20 before returning home for a midweek tilt as Grand Canyon comes across the Valley to take on the Devils on March 22. 

ASU will host two straight Pac-12 series at home against Washington (March 25-27) and Cal (April 1-3), sandwiched around a road midweek contest at UNLV on March 29. 

The Sun Devils will then host the 2021 Pac-12 Champion and College World Series participant Arizona in a non-conference midweek game on Tuesday, April 5 before heading to the Bay Area for three games (April 8-10) against a Stanford squad that also advanced to the College World Series last season. ASU will remain in the bay for a Monday tilt against Santa Clara on April 11.

ASU then gets four straight at home with a Thursday-Saturday three-game set against USC (April 14-16) and a midweek against CSUN (April 19). 

The team will then head down the I-10 to take on Arizona with the Territorial Cup point on the line for a three game conference series from April 22-24. The Devils will then make a pitstop back home for a Tuesday tilt against UNLV (April 26) before taking the I-10 in the opposite direction for three-games on the road at 2021 NCAA regional finalist UCLA (April 29-May1).

The Devils then get seven straight games in the Valley with home Pac-12 series against Utah (May 6-8) and 2021 NCAA Regional host Oregon (May 13-15), bookending a midweek trek up the I-17 to take on Grand Canyon (May 10).

ASU will close out the regular season on the road at Washington State with a three-game Thursday-Saturday series (May 19-21) with its sights set on the Pac-12 Championship Tournament that next week beginning on May 25.