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OSN Announces Baseball TV Schedule
Courtesy: GoDucks.com
Release Date: 02/03/2011
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EUGENE, Ore. - The Oregon Sports Network has announced its plans to broadcast 12 Duck baseball games during the 2011 season.

For the second consecutive year,  the broadcast team will include Joe Giansante and veteran sports journalist and radio host Dwight Jaynes.

The games will air on Comcast SportsNet Northwest.

Oregon enters the 2011 season ranked in the top-15 of four collegiate preseason polls. Most recently, the Ducks were voted to finish fourth in the Pac-10 Preseason Coaches’ poll.

The Ducks open the 2011 season with a four-game set at defending Western Athletic Conference Tournament champion and NCAA Regional participant, Hawai’i, from Feb. 18-21 in Honolulu.

The Ducks then return to Eugene for their home opener on Feb. 25, hosting a three-game series with Saint Mary’s.

Oregon’s first televised game will be broadcast at 12 p.m. on March 26 as perennial powerhouse Wichita State comes to PK Park. The Shockers have made 27 NCAA appearances since 1980 and have advanced to the College World Series on seven occasions.

Oregon will also broadcast games against Washington (April 9-10), Arizona (April 23), NCAA runner-up UCLA (May 7-8), Stanford (May 15), and at Washington State (May 21-22).

The Ducks will close the season broadcasting all three games of the Civil War series against Oregon State at PK Park (May 27-29).

Season tickets and mini-plans are currently on sale.

2011 OSN Oregon Baseball TV Schedule

Sat., March 26 Wichita State 12 p.m.  
Sat., April 9 Washington 5 p.m  
Sun., April 10   Washington 1 p.m.  
Sat., April 23   Arizona   12 p.m.  
Sat., May 7   UCLA   5 p.m.  
Sun., May 8,  UCLA   1 p.m.  
Sun., May 15 Stanford   1 p.m.  
Sat, May 21 at Washington St. 2 p.m.  
Sun., May 22 at Washington St. 12 p.m.  
Fri., May 27 Oregon State 7 p.m.  
Sat., May 28 Oregon State 2 p.m.  
Sun., May 29 Oregon State 1 p.m.  

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