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Softball Announces 2022 Schedule

Dec 13, 2021

SEATTLE -- The Washington Huskies released their full 2022 schedule on Monday, highlighted by 17 games televised on the Pac-12 Networks. 

The Huskies will play five weeks of non-conference action before kicking off Pac-12 competition. UW will host 13 games at Husky Softball Stadium this season, the first season with fans in attendance since the shortened 2020 season. Washington's home opener and lone non-conference home game is slated for March 8th against Robert Morris. For more information about ticketing for the upcoming season, click here

In the non-conference slate, six games are against opponents that finished last season in the Top 25, in #6 Oklahoma State, #11 Arkansas, #13 Missouri, #15 LSU, #18 Clemson, and #23 Tennessee. Overall, in the non-conference schedule, UW will face five opponents from the SEC, two from the Big Ten and the Big 12, and one from the ACC.

Washington will begin the 2022 season on the road, at the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge, beginning on February 10. The Huskies will then head to Clearwater, Fla. for the St. Pete Clearwater Elite Invitational, Feb. 18-20, facing five Power 5 opponents on the trip. All five games at the Clearwater Invitational will be shown on the ESPN Networks.

Next up is the Mary Nutter Classic in Cathedral City, Calif., Feb. 25-27. The Dawgs will then head to Las Vegas for the UNLV Tournament, March 4-6. The final tournament of the non-conference schedule is in Fort Collins at the Colorado State Invite, March 11-13.

This year in Pac-12 play, Washington will host UCLA (March 25-27), Oregon State (April 14-16), Stanford (April 29-May 1), and Arizona State (May 12-14). The Arizona State series will conclude the regular season, with Regionals set to begin on May 20th.

Washington's Pac-12 road games will be at California (March 18-20), Arizona (April 1-3), Oregon (April 22-24), and Utah (May 6-8).

All Pac-12 series other than Stanford and Utah are scheduled to be televised on the Pac-12 Networks.

More information on Washington's non-conference games are available on the schedule page. Game times and opponents are subject to change.