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Texas releases 2011 Schedule

AugieGarridoTexasThe Texas Longhorns have released their 2011 schedule which is highlights with a trip to Hawaii and games against opponents from the ACC and Pac-10.

They will open the season on February 18th against the University of Maryland as they will play four games in three days in Austin. The following weekend, they will fly to WAC champion Hawaii for a three game set in Honolulu on February 25th-27th. After a mid-week game against UT-Arlington, they will host the Stanford Cardinal for a three game set on March 4th-6th. The last non-conference series before the start of conference play is the Brown Bears who head down to Austin for a four game set from March 11th-13th.

The Longhorns will open the Big 12 season at home on March 17th-19th when the Kansas State Wildcats come to town. They will also host Missouri (April 1st-3rd), Baylor (April 10th), Texas Tech (April 15th-17th), Oklahoma (April 29th-May 1st), and will finish the season hosting the final two games of the series with Texas A&M on May 21st and 22nd.

They will open the road portion of the Big 12 schedule on March 25th-27th when they head to Oklahoma State. They will also head to Baylor (April 8th and 9th), Kansas (April 21st-23rd), Nebraska (May 6th-8th), and will play their final road game on May 20th against Texas A&M.

You can check out the full 2011 schedule by clicking here.

  • http://collegebaseballdaily.com Brian Foley

    Interesting that Maryland goes to Texas to start the year off. New coach at UMD is really ramping up the Terps program.

  • Rip

    HMMM. I counted (quickly) 17 road games. When are the NCAA or conferences going to mandate some attempt at a balnced home/away schedule?

    • http://collegebaseballdaily.com Brian Foley

      I think Texas has more non-conference road games then most teams from power conferences. They have that trip to 2010 NCAA participant Hawaii…rnrnBrian Foley

  • William T Knox

    The only non-conference away games for Texas will be at coastal locations, Hawaii and Corpus Christi, Texas.

    • http://collegebaseballdaily.com Brian Foley

      Should be a fun year in Austin!