BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WHNT) — The Southeastern Conference (SEC) released the baseball schedule for the 2023 season on Wednesday.

The upcoming season will have four weeks of non-conference play, followed by 10 weeks of conference games. The season begins on March 17 and will end on May 20.

The SEC Tournament is set for May 23-28 at the Hoover Met.

Full Schedule

March 17-19

  • Alabama at LSU
  • South Carolina at Arkansas
  • Auburn at Florida
  • Tennessee at Georgia
  • Texas A&M at Kentucky
  • Ole Miss at Missouri
  • Vanderbilt at Mississippi State

March 24-26

  • Kentucky at Alabama
  • Arkansas at Ole Miss
  • Mississippi State at Auburn
  • Florida at Tennessee
  • Georgia at Vanderbilt
  • LSU at South Carolina
  • Missouri at Texas A&M

March 31-April 2

  • Alabama at Florida
  • Auburn at Arkansas
  • Georgia at Missouri
  • South Carolina at Kentucky
  • Tennessee at LSU
  • Ole Miss at Vanderbilt
  • Texas A&M at Mississippi State

April 6-8

  • Mississippi State at Alabama
  • Missouri at Arkansas
  • Texas A&M at Auburn
  • Florida at South Carolina
  • LSU at Ole Miss

April 7-9

  • Kentucky at Georgia
  • Vanderbilt at Tennessee

April 14-16

  • Alabama at Texas A&M
  • Arkansas at LSU
  • Georgia at Auburn
  • Missouri at Florida
  • Kentucky at Tennessee
  • Ole Miss at Mississippi State
  • South Carolina at Vanderbilt

April 21-23

  • Auburn at Alabama
  • Arkansas at Georgia
  • Florida at Ole Miss
  • Mississippi State at Kentucky
  • LSU at Texas A&M
  • Vanderbilt at Missouri
  • Tennessee at South Carolina

April 28-30

  • Alabama at Arkansas
  • Auburn at Ole Miss
  • Georgia at Florida
  • Kentucky at Vanderbilt
  • Mississippi State at LSU
  • Missouri at South Carolina
  • Texas A&M at Tennessee

May 5-7

  • Vanderbilt at Alabama
  • Arkansas at Mississippi State
  • LSU at Auburn
  • Florida at Kentucky
  • South Carolina at Georgia
  • Ole Miss at Texas A&M
  • Tennessee at Missouri

May 12-14

  • Alabama at Missouri
  • Texas A&M at Arkansas
  • Auburn at South Carolina
  • Vanderbilt at Florida
  • Georgia at Ole Miss
  • Kentucky at LSU
  • Mississippi State at Tennessee

May 18-20

  • Ole Miss at Alabama
  • Arkansas at Vanderbilt
  • Tennessee at Auburn
  • Florida at Texas A&M
  • LSU at Georgia
  • Missouri at Kentucky
  • South Carolina at Mississippi State