Texas outfielder Tuesday DerMargosian (24) readies to catch a line drive against Incarnate Word a McCombs Field on Feb. 9, 2018. NICK WAGNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

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Oklahoma and Arizona State among the notable names on Texas’ 2019 softball schedule

Posted November 13th, 2018


Texas released the dates for the 56 games on its 2019 softball schedule on Tuesday. The times and broadcast information for those games will be announced later.

Texas first baseman Malory Schattle (11) secures a throw to retire an Incarnate Word baserunner in Austin on Feb. 9, 2018. NICK WAGNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

The Longhorns will host Northwestern State and Boston College on Feb. 8, 2019. Those contests will serve as former Oregon coach Mike White’s first games at Texas. Boise State, which joined Texas in the same Washington-hosted regional last season, will play Texas the following day.

For Texas, Boise State will be the first of 17 opponents that reached the 2018 NCAA tournament. UT will play 31 games against those tournament teams. The Longhorns have five games scheduled against 2018 Women’s College World Series qualifiers Arizona State and Oklahoma.


Texas is set to host eight of its conference games. Up first on UT’s Big 12 schedule is Iowa State, which will travel to Austin from March 22-24.

The entire schedule can be found on the UT athletic department’s website.

Read more: The games that count must wait, but Texas softball is set to debut coach Mike White

Coming off a 33-26 season, Texas won all seven of its scrimmages this fall. The Longhorns are looking to secure their 15th straight trip to the postseason, but Texas last reached a super regional in 2013. White inherited a veteran roster from former UT coach Connie Clark, and ex-Oregon players Miranda Elish and Lauren Burke will join the team this spring.

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