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#Pack9 Announces 2023 Baseball Schedule

#Pack9 Announces 2023 Baseball Schedule


RALEIGH – NC State baseball head coach Elliott Avent announced the program’s 2023 competition schedule on Wednesday afternoon. The 55-game slate includes 35 contests at Doak Field at Dail Park, including 11 of the Pack’s first 12 games at home to open the season.
 
The Wolfpack will open its season with a home series against Wagner (Feb. 17-19) before traveling to Coastal Carolina on Feb. 22 for its first midweek road matchup. The Pack then plays its next eight games at home, hosting Belmont (Feb. 24-26), Longwood (Feb. 28), Radford (March 1) and NJIT (March 3-5) at The Doak.
 
NC State then plays its first full week of road contests, beginning the week at UNCG (March 7) before opening ACC play at Miami on March 10-12. The Wolfpack returns to The Doak on March 14 for a midweek contest against Elon.
 
The Wolfpack opens its ACC home slate against Virginia on March 16-18. The Pack will also host Louisville (March 31-April 2), Florida State (April 14-16), Clemson (April 21-23) and Pittsburgh (May 18-20) in conference play this season.
 
In addition to its ACC series at Miami, the Pack will travel to Boston College (March 24-26), Wake Forest (April 7-9), Notre Dame (May 5-7) and North Carolina (May 11-13) for its ACC road slate. NC State will also travel to UNCW (March 21), ECU (April 4) and Davidson (April 18) in midweek nonconference action.
 

NC State will also host UNCG (March 28), UNCW (April 11), ECU (April 25), NC A&T (May 2) and Richmond (May 9) in midweek nonconference play. The Pack will also welcome The Citadel to Doak Field at Dail Park for a weekend series on April 28-30.
 
This season’s ACC Tournament will be held at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park from May 23-28. The Wolfpack advanced to the ACC Tournament title game this past season in Charlotte at Truist Field.
 
Game times are listed on the schedule, which is linked here and above. NC State’s first three home nonconference series are planned to start at 3 p.m. on Fridays, 2 p.m. on Saturdays and 1 p.m. on Sundays. All of the Pack’s home Friday-Sunday conference series are planned to start at start at 6 p.m. on Fridays, 4 p.m. on Saturdays and 1 p.m. on Sundays.
 

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