Baseball unveils 2022 schedule

The Gators released their 2022 baseball schedule on Wednesday afternoon. The 56-game regular season begins with a three-game series against Liberty from Feb. 18-20. In total, the Gators will play 34 home games.

UF will also host weekend series against Georgia State and Seton Hall in non-conference play and will travel to Coral Gables to take on Miami from March 4-6.

Florida and Florida State will once again play three midweek contests against each other, with the game at Florida Ballpark slated for March 15.

Conference play begins on March 18 with a series at Alabama.

UF will also play conference road series at Georgia, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State and Missouri. They will host LSU, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky and South Carolina.

In total, the Gators will play 30 games against 11 teams that made the 2021 NCAA Tournament, including four College World Series participants.

The complete 2022 schedule is below.

February

18-20 Liberty

22 at Stetson

23 North Florida 

25-27 Georgia State

 

March

1 at North Florida

2 Florida A&M

4-6 at Miami

8-9 Jacksonville

11-13 Seton Hall

15 Florida State

18-20 at Alabama

22 Bethune Cookman

25-27 LSU

29 Florida State (Jacksonville)

 

April

1-3 at Georgia

5 Florida A&M

8-10 Arkansas

12 at Florida State

15-17 at Vanderbilt

19 Stetson

22-24 Tennessee

29-May 1 Kentucky

 

May 

3 South Florida

6-8 at Mississippi State

10 Bethune Cookman

13-15 at Missouri

19-21 South Carolina

24-29 SEC Tournament

 

Home games in bold. 

Ethan was born in Gainesville and has lived in the Starke, Florida, area his entire life. He played basketball for five years and knew he wanted to be a sportswriter when he was in middle school. He’s attended countless Gators athletic events since his early childhood, with baseball being his favorite sport to attend. He’s a proud 2019 graduate of the University of Florida and a 2017 graduate of Santa Fe College. He interned with the University Athletic Association’s communications department for 1 ½ years as a student and has spent the last two football seasons writing for InsideTheGators.com. He is a long-suffering fan of the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tampa Bay Rays. You can follow him on Twitter @ehughes97.