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Arizona Softball Releases 2022 Schedule

Dec 9, 2021

TUCSON, Ariz. – Arizona Softball released its complete 2022 schedule, head coach Caitlin Lowe announced on Thursday.
Pac-12 Network television selections for conference series, along with first pitch times for all games, will be announced at a later date.
Arizona's schedule features games against three teams that competed in the 2021 Women's College World Series, including the defending national champion Oklahoma.
The Wildcats will open the season with back-to-back home tournaments. Arizona will host the inaugural Candrea Classic on February 11-13 featuring Alabama, New Mexico, and Southern Utah. The following weekend, Arizona will host the 26th annual Hillenbrand Invitational. The Wildcats will face Kentucky, Long Beach State, Loyola Marymount, and UC Santa Barbara. All-time, Arizona is 124-6 in the Hillenbrand Invitational. 
Arizona will then head to the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic from February 24-26. The Cats will have games against Bethune Cookman, Cal Baptist, CSU Fullerton, Oklahoma, and UC Davis. All games during the tournament will be streamed on FloSoftball for subscribers.
Arizona will then return home for two straight weekends. The Cats will host the 25th annual Wildcat Invitational, which welcomes Boise State, Iowa State, Loyola Chicago, North Dakota, and Texas State from March 3-6. Arizona will then face UTEP in a doubleheader on Tuesday, March 8 before hosting the Bear Down Fiesta from March 11-13 against Marist, UNLV, and Yale.
To kick off Pac-12 play, Arizona will head to UCLA from March 19-21 before returning home for two straight series against Arizona State (March 25-27) and Washington (April 1 -3).
The Wildcats will then head to Oregon State (April 8-10) and return home to host Oregon (April 14-16).
Arizona will hit the road to face Utah (April 22-24) and New Mexico State for a midweek double-header on Wednesday, April 27.
Following the midweek trip to NMSU, Arizona will host Fresno State on Saturday, April 30 for a double-header.
Arizona will round out its away conference slate with a trip to California on May 6-8.
The Cats will close out the regular season with a home series against Stanford on May 12-14.
Selection Sunday (May 15) kicks off the start of the postseason, which officially begins May 20-22 for Regionals. Super Regionals will be held May 27-29 and the Women's College World Series will take place June 2-9 in Oklahoma City.