⚾️ Kansas Baseball Releases 2023 Schedule

LAWRENCE, Kan. — First-year head coach Dan Fitzgerald announced the 2023 Kansas Baseball schedule Wednesday, which includes 55 total games and 12 Big 12 Conference contests at Hoglund Ballpark.

Fitzgerald, who took over the team in June, will make his debut on Feb. 17 when the Jayhawks open the 133rd season in program history against Valparaiso in Corpus Christi, Texas.


55 games on the 2023 schedule
18 games at Hoglund Ballpark
Feb. 17 season opener vs. Valparaiso (in Corpus Christi, Texas)
March 8 home opener vs. Wichita State
March 24 conference opener at TCU
Two games in Kansas City – March 22 vs. Missouri at Kauffman Stadium and April 11 vs. Texas Southern at Legends Field (Buck O’Neil Classic)
18 of the first 19 games are on the road
15 of 18 games at home from March 29-April 23
24 conference games
Four Big 12 opponents at home: Baylor, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Texas
Four Big 12 opponents on the road: TCU, West Virginia, Oklahoma, Texas Tech
Seven games against Missouri Valley Conference opponents
Play games in eight states
First meeting in program history against Valparaiso
All dates and times are subject to change.
Broadcast and promotional schedules will be released prior to the start of the season.


“We are really looking forward to the 2023 season after a productive and intense fall practice season. I’m encouraged by the progress that we’ve made since August. We still have a long way to go, but we’re excited to take the field in 2023 and showcase our program to the fans and community.” – Head Coach Dan Fitzgerald


Season tickets for the 2023 Kansas baseball season are on sale to the public. Fans can purchase season tickets by contacting the Kansas ticket office at 785-864-3141, or by visiting the ticketing page here.

Information about single-game ticket options will be released at a later date.

Date(s)Day(s)OpponentLocation (Venue)
Feb. 17-19Fri.-Sun.vs. ValparaisoCorpus Christi, Texas (Whataburger Field) 
Feb. 24-27Fri.-Mon.vs. OaklandCleburne, Texas (The Depot at Cleburne Station)
March 3-5Fri.-Sun.at BelmontNashville, Tenn. (E.S. Rose Park)
March 8WednesdayWICHITA STATELawrence, Kan. (Hoglund Ballpark)
March 10Fridayvs. Western CarolinaGreenville, S.C. (Fluor Field)
March 11-12Sat.-Sun.vs. Michigan StateGreenville, S.C. (Fluor Field)
March 14-15Tue.-Wed.at Charleston SouthernCharleston, S.C. (Nielsen Field @ CSU Ballpark)
March 17-19Fri.-Sun.at The CitadelCharleston, S.C. (Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park)
March 22Wednesdayvs. MissouriKansas City, Mo. (Kauffman Stadium)
March 24-26Fri.-Sun.at TCU*Fort Worth, Texas (Lupton Stadium)
March 29WednesdayCREIGHTONLawrence, Kan. (Hoglund Ballpark)
Mar. 31-April 2Fri.-Sun.BAYLOR*Lawrence, Kan. (Hoglund Ballpark)
April 4TuesdayMISSOURI STATELawrence, Kan. (Hoglund Ballpark)
April 7-9Fri.-Sun.at West Virginia*Morgantown, W.Va. (Wagener Field at Monongalia County Ballpark)
April 11Tuesdayvs. Texas SouthernKansas City, Kan. (Legends Field)
April 12WednesdayTEXAS SOUTHERNLawrence, Kan. (Hoglund Ballpark)
April 14-16Fri.-Sun.KANSAS STATE*Lawrence, Kan. (Hoglund Ballpark)
April 18Tue.-Wed.AIR FORCELawrence, Kan. (Hoglund Ballpark)
April 21-23Fri.-Sun.OKLAHOMA STATE*Lawrence, Kan. (Hoglund Ballpark)
April 26Wednesdayat Wichita StateWichita, Kan. (Eck Stadium)
April 28-30Fri.-Sun.at Oklahoma*Norman, Okla. (L. Dale Mitchell Park)
May 2Tuesdayat MissouriColumbia, Mo. (Taylor Stadium)
May 5-7Fri.-Sun.TEXAS*Lawrence, Kan. (Hoglund Ballpark)
May 11-13Thu.-Sat.at SamfordBirmingham, Ala. (Joe Lee Griffin Field)
May 18-20Thu.-Sat.at Texas Tech*Lubbock, Texas (Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park)
May 24-28Wed.-Sun.Big 12 ChampionshipArlington, Texas (Globe Life Field)
June 2-5Fri.-Mon.NCAA RegionalCampus Sites
June 9-12Fri.-Mon.NCAA Super RegionalCampus Sites
June 16-26Fri.-Mon.NCAA College World SeriesOmaha, Neb. (Charles Schwab Field Omaha)