Portland Pilots Release 2010 Schedule

chris_sperry The Portland Pilots enter the 2010 campaign off the heels of a very disappointing 2009 season that saw the team finish with a 25-26 overall record and 7-14 record in West Coast Conference play.  Head coach Chris Sperry will be seeking his first winning season in his career at Portland.

The Pilots begin the season with a four game home series against Seattle February 26-28 followed by a mid-week home game against Division III power George Fox on March 2.  Portland then hits the road for a three game set at Arkansas State on March 6-8, a mid-week game at Memphis on March 8, and a tournament at Oregon State March 12-14.

Portland continues the road trip with a three game series at Utah Valley before returning home for a mid-week game against Concordia on March 23 and a weekend series against Southern Utah on March 26-28.  The Pilots will begin West Coast Conference play on the road at San Francisco April 1-3.  The opening weekend of conference play will be followed by a mid-week road trip to take on in-state foe Oregon State on April 6.  The Pilots will then have a seven game homestand with a conference series against Saint Mary’s on April 9-11, followed by a mid-week game against Washington on April 13 and a WCC series against Loyola Marymount April 16-18.

The Pilots will then hit the road for a return trip to Washington for a mid-week game on April 20, followed by a conference weekend series at Santa Clara April 23-25.  The road trip continues with a non-conference series at Seattle and concludes with a mid-week game at Oregon on May 4.  Portland returns home for a West Coast Conference series against San Diego May 7-9 and a mid-week contest against Oregon State on May 11.

The Pilots then have a home game against Oregon on May 18 sandwiched between two West Coast Conference road series, one against Pepperdine on May 14-16 and the other against 2009 West Coast Conference Champion Gonzaga on May 21-23 to finish the season.

2010 Portland Pilots Schedule

  • Bob Broughton

    Seattle U. hasn’t posted their schedule yet, but we now know that that the Red Hawks (formerly known as the Chiefs) will be playing their first baseball game since 1980 in Portland on Feb. 26.

  • http://tbirdbaseball.net/ Bob Broughton

    The Pilots have three more games that aren’t on their published schedule. They start their season with a three-game series against Concordia-Portland Feb. 19-21. Looks like a “let’s keep the budget down” matchup.