Oregon baseball will play a 55-game schedule in 2023, including 23 against teams that played in last year’s NCAA Tournament.
The Ducks will play four teams that were in the 2022 NCAA Tournament at home (San Diego, UCLA, Oregon State and Stanford) and a two-game midweek series with Gonzaga also at PK Park.
“We are very excited about our 2023 schedule,” Oregon coach Mark Wasikowski said in a statement. “Featuring the 2023 University of Oregon team at PK Park 35 times including against traditional conference champions and high-RBI schools will give fans a tremendous opportunity to see the best college baseball team in person here in Eugene. Every week of our spring season will have at least one home contest. We really like our 2023 Duck baseball team and are looking forward to playing against the nation’s best here at PK Park.”
The Ducks open the season with a four-game series against Xavier (Feb. 17-20) before traveling to UC Santa Barbara (Feb. 24-26). Oregon returns home for eight of its next nine games, including a four-game series with San Diego (March 2-5) and Pac-12 opening series against UCLA (March 10-12). The last nonconference weekend home series is against Northwestern State (March 24-26).
Oregon also hosts conference series with Oregon State (April 6-8), Stanford (April 14-16), Arizona State (April 28-30) and Washington (May 12-14).
UO’s schedule also includes six midweek games, including a pair against Gonzaga (March 26-27) and Utah Tech (May 9-10) as well as single games with Niagara (March 15) and Portland (April 4).
The Ducks travel to Washington State (March 17-19), Arizona (March 31-April 2), Cal (April 21-23), USC (May 5-7) and Utah (May 18-20) in Pac-12 play and has midweek road games at Portland (March 14) and Oregon State (May 2).