Michigan State 2011 Baseball Schedule

November 13, 2010

Michigan State is the latest Big Ten school to release its 2011 college baseball schedule. The Spartans open their season February 18-20 at the Big East/Big Ten Challenge in Clearwater/St. Petersburg, FL. They face Notre Dame in the season-opener and follow with games against Seton Hall and Cincinnati.

MSU heads to Greenville, SC the following weekend for games against Charleston Southern, Furman and 2010 College World Series participant Clemson.

CLICK HERE to see the complete 2011 Michigan State baseball schedule.

The Spartans then go back to Florida for their spring break trip. They will play a total of eight games in 10 days in Daytona Beach and Winter Haven.

MSU will not see arch rival Michigan in Big Ten play in 2011, but the two teams will play a three-game home and home series. The first and third games of the series are at Michigan on March 25 & 27, while the Spartans host the March 26 middle game of the “non-conference” set.

The Spartans open Big Ten Conference play with an April 1-3 series at Iowa. Other conference road series are at Ohio State, Illinois, and Indiana. Michigan State will host Minnesota, Penn State, Purdue, and Northwestern in conference play.

The Big Ten Tournament is May 25-28 in Columbus, OH.

College Baseball 360 is in the process of expanding our Schedules page. Not only will there be links for each of the 300 Division One baseball teams in 2011, but you will also find links for each teams’ 2011 rosters and stats for both 2010 and 2011. CLICK HERE to visit the page.

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