Trisha Ford and Sun Devil softball returns to Farrington Stadium next weekend with a home opener against BYU on Feb. 11. Arizona State will play 20 non-conference games and a different 32-game conference slate.
Worth the wait.— Sun Devil Softball (@ASUSoftball) February 2, 2021
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The non-conference schedule is highlighted by a visit from the Oklahoma Sooners on Feb. 26.
Oklahoma is ranked in the top-10 in every softball poll and it will mark the return of former Sun Devil Giselle “G” Juarez, who played a large part in the Sun Devils’ 2018 Women’s College World Series run, which was ended by the Sooners.
Arizona State will also play BYU three total times, including a road game in Provo, Utah. The Sun Devils will also play Utah in two non-conference slates. Iowa State, led by talented shortstop Sami Williams, will also come to Tempe on Feb. 27.
For Pac-12 series, each series will be four games with the second day of each series — generally Saturdays — being doubleheaders.
The Sun Devils will play host to three of the four other ranked teams in the conference with a trip to Los Angeles and the defending champions UCLA Bruins as the lone road series.
Arizona State heads to Utah, Cal and Oregon State as well. Washington, Stanford, Arizona and Oregon come to Tempe.