Texas Tech 2011 Baseball Schedule

October 19, 2010

Texas Tech has released its 2011 college baseball schedule, and the Red Raiders will play their first 16 games at home to open the season. The campaign opens on February 18 against Western Michigan. Games against Utah Valley and Northwestern come the next day, followed by another game against Northwestern on the 20th.

The Dan Law Field homestand continues the next weekend when Tech plays two games each against BYU and Northern Illinois in the Brooks Wallace Memorial Classic. The Red Raiders host two games with UNLV on March 1 and 2 and then play host to a three-game series with TCU on March 4-6. The Horned Frogs are fresh off a trip to the 2010 College World Series.

CLICK HERE to see the complete Texas Tech 2011 schedule.

Texas Tech plays the last of its 16 season-opening home games when it hosts Iowa and Texas A&M Corpus Christi in the Texas Tech Invitational March 11-15.

The Red Raiders go on the road for the first time when they travel to Baylor March 18-20 to open Big 12 Conference play. Other Big 12 road series are at Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas State, and Missouri. Texas Tech hosts Nebraska, Texas A&M, Kansas, and Oklahoma State.

Tech plays a home and home four-game series against New Mexico, which qualified for the 2010 NCAA Tournament. The first two games are April 12 and 13 in Albuquerque, NM, while the Lobos visit Lubbock April 26 and 27.

The Red Raiders play their last non-conference games of the season when they travel to Ann Arbor, MI for a May 10 and 11 series vs. Michigan.

The Big 12 Tournament is May 25-29 in Oklahoma City.

Texas Tech Schedule Breakdown:
Total Games: 56
Home Games: 33
Road Games: 21
Neutral Site: 2
Games In Texas: 43
Home Tournaments: 3
Home Weekend Series: 5
Home Big 12 Series: 4
Road Big 12 Series: 5
Games vs. 2010 College World Series Opponents: 6
Games vs. Big 12: 27
Games vs. Mountain West: 11
Games vs. Big Ten: 6
Games vs. Southland: 6
Games vs. Mid-American: 3
Games vs. Independent: 2
Games vs. Great West: 1

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