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LSU Baseball Program Releases 2018 Schedule


The College World Series is in the books, and now ballplayers move onto their offseason club teams to stay in shape. One of the elite programs in the country is already licking their chops at avenging their failed CWS title bid in 2017.

The LSU Tigers released their entire 2018 baseball schedule on Tuesday.

The Tigers face a host of brutal, to flight schools throughout the year. It’ll be tough from the first pitch, as they open the season with a home series against Notre Dame.

Here is a look at their entire schedule, obtained by way of the LSU sports website.

2018 LSU baseball schedule

  • Feb. 16-18: Notre Dame
  • Feb. 21: New Orleans
  • Feb. 23-25: Texas
  • Feb. 27: Grambling
  • Feb. 28: at Southeastern Louisiana
  • March 2: Toledo
  • March 3: Sacred Heart
  • March 4: Southeastern Louisiana
  • March 6: Southern
  • March 7: at Louisiana Lafayette
  • March 9-11: Hawaii
  • March 14: South Alabama
  • March 16-18: Missouri
  • March 21: Tulane
  • March 23-25: at Vanderbilt
  • March 27: Louisiana Lafayette (Wally Pontiff Classic)
  • March 29-31: Mississippi State
  • April 3: Nicholls
  • April 6-8: at Texas A&M
  • April 11: Louisiana Tech
  • April 13-15: Tennessee
  • April 18: at Tulane
  • April 20-22: at South Carolina
  • April 24: Lamar
  • April 27-29: at Ole Miss
  • May 4-6: Arkansas
  • May 9: McNeese State
  • May 11-13: Alabama
  • May 15: Northwestern State
  • May 17-19: at Auburn
  • May 23-27: SEC Tournament (in Hoover, Ala.)

A notable absence on the list is the Florida Gators. The Tigers came up short in their bid for the CWS title, suffering defeat at the hands of a star-studded Florida Gators team that was fronted by first-round pitcher Alex Faedo.

That means if the purple-and-gold is looking to get revenge against the orange-and-blue, they’ll both have to reach the SEC title game for a matchup at the earliest juncture.

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