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UNCW Baseball releases 2016 schedule

UNCW released its 2016 schedule on Thursday (Source: UNCW) UNCW released its 2016 schedule on Thursday (Source: UNCW)
WILMINGTON (UNCW) -

Fans will have plenty of chances to see the UNCW baseball team this season.

The Seahawks 2016 schedule was released on Thursday. The team will play 35 home dates, including the season opener.

UNCW owned a 28-6 mark inside of Brooks Field in 2015. 

“We’ve had tremendous support at Brooks Field over the years and we’re looking forward to competing against some of the best talent in the nation and in front of who we think are the best fans around.” head coach Mark Scalf said in a media release.

The Seahawks will play NC State, North Carolina, East Carolina, Coastal Carolina, Campbell and High Point in home-and-home series. CAA play begins on Mar. 25 with the first of a three-game series against in-state rival Elon. 

2016 UNCW Baseball Schedule

10/9/2015    Czech Republic National Team    Wilmington, N.C.    3:30 p.m.    


Buffalo Wild Wings Battle at the Beach
2/19/2016    Western Carolina    Wilmington, N.C.    4 p.m.    
2/20/2016    St. John's    Wilmington, N.C.    4 p.m.    
2/21/2016    Richmond    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.    
2/23/2016    Coastal Carolina    Wilmington, N.C.    4 p.m.  

 
Hughes Bros. Challenge
2/26/2016    South Dakota St.    Wilmington, N.C.    4 p.m.    
2/27/2016    Eastern Kentucky    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.    
2/28/2016    VCU    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.   


3/2/2016    North Carolina St.    Raleigh, NC    3 p.m.    
3/5/2016    Penn State    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.    
3/6/2016    Penn State    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.    
3/7/2016    Penn State    Wilmington, N.C.    4 p.m.   
3/9/2016    UNCG    Wilmington, N.C.    4 p.m.    
3/11/2016    North Florida    Jacksonville, FL    6 p.m.  
3/12/2016    North Florida    Jacksonville, FL    1 p.m.  
3/13/2016    North Florida    Jacksonville, FL    1 p.m.   
3/16/2016    Coastal Carolina    Wilmington, N.C.    6 p.m.    
3/18/2016    Iona    Wilmington, N.C.    4 p.m.    
3/19/2016    Iona    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.   
3/20/2016    Iona    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.    
3/22/2016    North Carolina St.    Wilmington, N.C.    6 p.m.    
3/25/2016    Elon    Wilmington, N.C.    6 p.m.    
3/26/2016    Elon    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.   
3/27/2016    Elon    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.  
3/29/2016    East Carolina    Greenville, NC    6:30 p.m.  
4/1/2016    Northeastern    Boston, MA    TBA   
4/2/2016    Northeastern    Boston, MA    TBA    
4/3/2016    Northeastern    Boston, MA    TBA    
4/6/2016    Campbell    Buies Creek, NC    6 p.m.  
4/8/2016    William & Mary    Williamsburg, VA    7 p.m.    
4/9/2016    William & Mary    Williamsburg, VA    4 p.m.  
4/10/2016    William & Mary    Williamsburg, VA    1 p.m.    
4/12/2016    East Carolina    Wilmington, N.C.    6 p.m.    
4/13/2016    High Point    High Point, NC    6 p.m.    
4/15/2016    East Tennessee State    Wilmington, N.C.    6 p.m.  
4/16/2016    East Tennessee State    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.    
4/17/2016    East Tennessee State    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.   
4/19/2016    Campbell    Wilmington, N.C.    6 p.m.    
4/20/2016    North Carolina A&T    Wilmington, N.C.    6 p.m. 
4/22/2016    Towson    Wilmington, N.C.    6 p.m.    
4/23/2016    Towson    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.    
4/24/2016    Towson    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.    
4/26/2016    North Carolina    Chapel Hill, NC    6 p.m.  
4/27/2016    High Point    Wilmington, N.C.    6 p.m.  
4/29/2016    Hofstra    Wilmington, N.C.    6 p.m.  
4/30/2016    Hofstra    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m. 
5/1/2016    Hofstra    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.    
5/6/2016    Charleston    Wilmington, N.C.    6 p.m.  
5/7/2016    Charleston    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.    
5/8/2016    Charleston    Wilmington, N.C.    2 p.m.   
5/11/2016    North Carolina    Wilmington, N.C.    6 p.m.    
5/13/2016    James Madison    Harrisonburg, VA    6 p.m.   
5/14/2016    James Madison    Harrisonburg, VA    4 p.m.    
5/15/2016    James Madison    Harrisonburg, VA    2 p.m.   
5/17/2016    Coastal Carolina    Conway, SC    6 p.m.   
5/19/2016    Delaware    Newark, DE    3 p.m.   
5/20/2016    Delaware    Newark, DE    3 p.m.    
5/21/2016    Delaware    Newark, DE    1 p.m.    


Colonial Athletic Association Championships
5/25-28/2016    CAA    Mt. Pleasant, S.C.    TBA    

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