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Baseball Announces 2013 Schedule

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 12/06/2012
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2013 Schedule

The Princeton baseball program has released its 2013 schedule, it was announced Thursday by head coach Scott Bradley. The upcoming season features 13 home games and three opponents that advanced to the 2012 NCAA Championship.

The Tigers open the year on the road, playing their first 18 games along the eastern seaboard. Princeton officially kicks off the year with a four-game series at Maryland from Mar. 1-3.

The home and Ivy League slate commences on Saturday, Mar. 30 with Yale heading to Clarke Field for a doubleheader. In addition to the Bulldogs, the Tigers host Ivy series versus Brown, Columbia and Cornell.

The Ivy League Championship Series will be played from May 5-6, with the winner advancing to the NCAAs. Princeton will vie for its eighth Ivy League Championship and first since 2011. The Tigers have made 11 appearances in the NCAA Tournament in program history.

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February
27
Friday
Baseball
at LSU
- 8:00 PM
February
28
Saturday
Baseball
at LSU
- 7:30 PM
March
01
Sunday
Baseball
at LSU
- 1:00 PM
March
06
Friday
Baseball
at UNC-Greensboro
- 4:00 PM
March
07
Saturday
Baseball
at UNC-Greensboro
- 1:00 PM
Baseball
at UNC-Greensboro
- 4:30 PM
March
08
Sunday
Baseball
at UNC-Greensboro
- 1:00 PM
March
13
Friday
Baseball
at Maryland
- 4:00 PM
March
14
Saturday
Baseball
at Maryland
- 2:00 PM
March
15
Sunday
Baseball
at Maryland
- 1:00 PM
March
17
Tuesday
Baseball
at ECU
- 6:30 PM
March
18
Wednesday
Baseball
at ECU
- 6:30 PM
March
20
Friday
Baseball
at Navy
- 3:00 PM
March
21
Saturday
Baseball
at Navy
- 12:00 PM
Baseball
at Navy
- 3:30 PM
March
22
Sunday
Baseball
at Navy
- 1:00 PM
March
24
Tuesday
Baseball
at Seton Hall
- 3:30 PM
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