Vanderbilt and the Southeastern Conference have dropped the schedule for its 2022 baseball season. Each school will play 10 three-game weekend series.
The 30-game conference slate gets underway March 18-20 as the Commodores welcome Missouri to Hawkins Field, marking the second consecutive season that Vanderbilt will open conference play at home.
Vandy will open SEC play with a series against the Tigers and will be the first of three consecutive weekends against SEC East opponents as Vanderbilt travels to South Carolina (March 25-27) before returning home to host in-state foe Tennessee (April 1-3).
Vanderbilt will also welcome Florida (April 15-17), Texas A&M (April 29-May 1) and LSU (May 19-21) to Nashville as part of its conference home slate. In addition to their trip to South Carolina, the Commodores will visit Auburn (April 8-10), Kentucky (April 22-24), Georgia (May 6-8) and Arkansas (May 13-15). Vanderbilt will be making its first visit to Auburn since 2018 while the Arkansas trek will be the Commodores’ first series in Fayetteville since 2017.
The Commodores will release their non-conference schedule at a later date. The SEC Tournament is scheduled for May 24-29 in Hoover, Alabama.
The SEC slate is subject to change for television scheduling.
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