The Spartans will open their season on Feb. 17 as they host Delaware State for a three-game series before hosting UNC Asheville on Feb. 21. Penn State will then come to town on Feb. 24 for a weekend series.
The team will kick off the month of March by hosting Radford for a three-game series beginning on March 2 before a pair of midweek contests on March 6-7 against Eastern Kentucky.
UNCG will open Southern Conference action on March 9-11 as it plays Samford at home before wrapping up its 16-game homestand versus North Carolina on March 13.
The Spartans will hit the road for the first time all year on March 16 when they travel to Georgia Southern for a weekend series. After returning home for a midweek contest against Princeton (March 21), the team will hit the road to face Western Carolina on March 23-25.
UNCG will follow with its annual game against North Carolina A&T at NewBridge Bank Park, home of the Greensboro Grasshoppers, on March 28. Furman will then come to town on March 30 for another three-game series.
The team will hit the road for its first midweek away game on April 3 as the Spartans travel to ACC foe Wake Forest. The Spartans will step out of Southern Conference play on April 5-7 as they host Presbyterian for a weekend series.
From April 10-15 UNCG will play on the road as it makes a midweek trip to Duke on April 10 before heading to Charleston, S.C. to face The Citadel on April 13-15.
The Spartans will return home to host Wake Forest on April 17 and Davidson will come to town that weekend for a three-game series. The team will then travel to North Carolina on April 24 before making the short trip to rival Elon on April 27-29.
UNCG will host North Carolina A&T at the UNCG Baseball Stadium on May 2 before making its final weekend road trip of the season to Appalachian State on May 4-6.
The Spartans wrap up the season with seven of their final eight games at home. They will play Duke on May 9 and Wofford on May 11-13 before a trip to NC State on May 15. The team will wrap up the regular season by hosting College of Charleston on May 17-19.
This season, the Southern Conference Championship will be played in Greenville, S.C. on May 23-27.
Last season, the Spartans went 34-20 overall and finished in second place in the Southern Conference standings after posting a 22-8 mark in league games.