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2022 Slate Unveiled

Dec 13, 2021

STANFORD, Calif. – Fifteen of Stanford's regular season games will air on Pac-12 Networks, as announced Monday.

In addition to a midweek clash with Santa Clara on February 22, the Pac-12 televised package of games includes 14 contests against conference foes.

All three games in Stanford's road series at Arizona (March 19-21) and Oregon State (April 1-3) will be broadcast live, while the first and final games at UCLA (April 14 and 16) will be carried by the networks.

Sunken Diamond will also provide the setting for six Pac-12 televised games against rival California (May 6-8) and USC (May 19-21), with the three-game set against the Trojans serving as the final regular-season series before the Pac-12 Tournament (May 25-29).

Stanford will open the 2022 season with a three-game series against Cal State Fullerton (February 18-20). Following the midweek against Santa Clara on Pac-12 Networks, the Cardinal will travel to Round Rock, Texas to participate in the 2022 Karbach Round Rock Classic (February 25-27) against Louisiana, Arkansas and Indiana. The trip to Texas will conclude with a single game at UTSA on February 28.

A three-game home series against CSUN (March 4-6) begins the month of March, followed by a conference home series against Oregon (March 11-13), the road series at Arizona, a home set with Washington State (March 25-27) and the visit to Oregon State.

Midweek contests against Saint Mary's (April 5) and San Francisco (April 12) at home sandwich a three-game series with Arizona State (April 8-10) before the Cardinal makes the trip to UCLA.

Five consecutive non-conference games away from home are on the schedule immediately following Easter, with the Cardinal traveling to Cal Poly (April 19), playing a pair of neutral-site games against Grand Canyon at San Diego State (April 22-23) and two against the Aztecs (April 23-24).

Conference play returns at Washington (April 29-May 1) before the Cardinal hosts California, plays a Tuesday game at San Francisco (May 10), and visits Utah for a three-game series in Pac-12 play (May 13-15).

The final regular-season road game is scheduled for May 17 at Santa Clara before the Cardinal returns home to host USC to finish the slate.

Stanford enters its fifth season under the Clarke and Elizabeth Nelson Director of Baseball David Esquer, who last season guided Stanford to its first College World Series berth since 2008.

Season Ticket Memberships are on sale now at GoStanford.com/tickets for $200 per seat. Pick-your-game mini-plans, single-game, and discounted group tickets will become available in January.

For the most up-to-date schedule and information, please visit GoStanford.com/bsb, as game times, dates and opponents are subject to change.