Georgia announces 2019 baseball schedule
The Georgia Bulldogs have announced their 2019 baseball schedule, which features games against Clemson, Georgia Tech, Alabama, Kentucky, LSU, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt.
Georgia opens the 2019 baseball season at home at Foley Field (Feb. 15-17) with a three-game series against the Dayton Flyers.
In SEC action, the Bulldogs will host LSU (March 22-24), Vanderbilt (April 5-7), Missouri (April 18-20), Florida (May 3-5), and Alabama (May 16-18).
Georgia will travel to take on SEC foes South Carolina (March 15-17), Kentucky (March 29-31), Tennessee (April 12-14), Mississippi State (April 26-28), and Auburn (May 10-12).
From the UGA release:
The 17th annual Spring Baseball Classic to benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta will be April 23 as the Bulldogs battle their rival Georgia Tech at the Atlanta Braves home, SunTrust Park. The Bulldogs are 11-5 all-time against Tech in this game.
Also for the second year in a row, Georgia will play a game at SRP Park in North Augusta, S.C. The Bulldogs will face The Citadel on April 30 at 6 p.m. Last year in front of a crowd of 5,801, Georgia defeated No. 8 Clemson 6-3 in the home of the Augusta Green Jackets, the Class A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants. This year, Georgia will be the home team at SRP Park.
The SEC Tournament will feature the league’s top 12 finishers in the regular season and be played in Hoover, Ala., from May 21-26. NCAA Regional action at various campus sites will be May 31-June 3 with Super Regionals from June 7-10. The 2019 season culminates with the College World Series (CWS) from June 15-26 in Omaha, Neb. The Bulldogs have made six appearances in Omaha including winning the national title in 1990 and reaching the CWS Finals in 2008.
Georgia will begin fall practice Sept. 20. The Bulldogs will play exhibitions against North Georgia on Sept. 30 at 2 p.m. and UNC-Asheville on Oct 14 at 2 p.m. at Foley Field. The annual Red versus Black Fall World Series will be Nov. 1-3. Admission is free for the exhibitions and the Fall World Series.