2022 ODU BASEBALL SCHEDULE
2022 PRESEASON COLLEGIATE BASEBALL POLL
Columbus, Ohio — Ohio’s Dominican baseball team has released its 2022 schedule.
The Panthers will be led by the sixth-year head coach this spring Christopher Antonides and his staff. Under Antonides, ODU set an overall record of 123-86, a win rate of 0.588. The Panthers had a 28-11 season last spring, including a 19-9 run in Great Midwest Athletic Conference action. Ohio Dominican gets votes in national preseason poll produced by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper.
This spring, ODU is scheduled to play 49 regular-season games, including 32 against G-MAC opponents. The Black & Gold will also play 22 games at Frank Damian Field in Panther Valley.
The 2022 season kicks off with a three-game run in California (Pa) on February 18 and 19. Ohio Dominican then closes out the opening month of the season with four games against Notre Dame (OH) in Chillicothe, Ohio at VA Memorial Stadium on February 26 and 27.
After spending the March opening weekend in East Stroudsburg, the Panthers welcome Tiffin home for their opening series and at the conference on March 12-13. Following the series with the Dragons, ODU travels to the nationally ranked No. 8 preseason Trevecca for a four-day G-MAC series before five consecutive non-conference games to conclude March, culminating in a four-game home game against Grand Valley State (March 25-27).
A Kentucky Wesleyan home series opens the month of April for the Black & Gold, who will then be on the road eight games in a row against Walsh and Cedarville. The Panthers then return to Frank Damian Field for a six-game no-conference weekday home standings against Charleston and Indianapolis, booking a four-game run with Preseason #10 Ashland (April 23-24).
The final two series of the regular season for ODU are a trip to Malone (April 29 – May 1) and home against Findlay (May 6-7). The Panthers will honor their 2022 seniors during the series with Findlay.
The top teams in the G-MAC then head to Mason, Ohio for the Great Midwest Tournament, held May 11-14 at Prasco Park. The tournament champion earns the conference’s automatic bid for the NCAA Division II National Tournament.
Contact: Tyler Jester