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Wildcats, Trojans Wrap Up Regular Season

Wildcats, Trojans Wrap Up Regular Season

TUCSON, Ariz. — The Arizona Wildcats (28-22, 10-17) and USC Trojans (32-20-1, 16-11) meet for a three-game series this weekend at Hi Corbett Field to complete the 2023 regular season.

The entire series will be available to watch on the Pac-12 Networks, along with a live broadcast on Wildcats Radio 1290 AM.

Arizona enters the weekend riding a two-game win streak and looking to secure their spot in the 2023 Pac-12 Tournament.

This weekend’s promotional slate is highlighted by the Wildcats 2023 Senior Day ceremonies, which can be enjoyed pregame on Saturday. The full promo schedule for the 2023 season can be found here. Tickets for the weekend can be secured by visiting

The Wildcats will pit Pac-12 leading offense against the Trojans conference-best pitching staff in this make-or-break series for Arizona’s postseason hopes.

For more, a complete weekend preview is below.


Date Opponent Time (MST) Arizona Pitcher Opponent Pitcher
Thursday, May 18 USC 7:00 PM RHP Cam Walty (4-0, 4.54) RHP Blake Sodersten (4-2, 2.92)
Friday, May 19 USC 6:00 PM LHP Bradon Zastrow (4-5, 5.29) RHP Caden Aoki (4-1, 2.04)
Saturday, May 20 USC 6:00 PM RHP Aiden May (4-2, 7.12) RHP Tyler Stromsborg (4-3, 4.79)

Leading Off…

  • The Arizona Wildcats and USC Trojans wrap up their 2023 regular season schedules with a three-game series at Hi Corbett Field this weekend.
  • All three games will be broadcast on the Pac-12 Networks with Brian Weber on the call. The series will also be broadcast live on Wildcats Radio 1290 AM with play-by-play from Brian Jeffries.
  • Arizona and USC have matched up 244 times, making the Trojans the third most frequent opponent in Wildcats program history. USC holds a 124-119-1 edge in the all-time series, and took 2-of-3 games in the latest meeting in Los Angeles during the 2022 season.
  • The Trojans last won a series over the Wildcats in Tucson in 2015, a three-game sweep.
  • Outfielder Chase Davis hit his 17th home run of the season on Sunday at Stanford, giving him 35 career home runs. He is currently tied with Nick Quintana (2017-19) for the fourth most home runs in program history. He is one home run shy of a tie for third.
  • Infielder Kiko Romero currently leads the Pac-12 and ranks sixth…

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