FAYETTEVILLE The Arkansas baseball team's 2013 season ended in Manhattan, Kan., on Sunday.

Now the Razorbacks know what type of conference schedule they'll have to navigate to get back to the NCAA Tournament in 2014.

The Southeastern Conference released its 2014 baseball schedule late last week. The Razorbacks will open conference play with a series at Florida from March 14-16 and end the 30-game schedule at Missouri from May 15-17. Arkansas also will go on the road to play at Mississippi State (March 28-30), LSU (April 11-13) and Ole Miss (May 2-4).

Its five home series are against Alabama (March 21-23), South Carolina (April 4-6), Vanderbilt (April 18-20), Auburn (April 25-27) and Texas A&M (May 9-11).

Arkansas did not play Vanderbilt, Florida or Missouri last season. Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia are not on the 2014 schedule.

The nonconference portion of the 2014 schedule will be released at a later date.

Robbie Neiswanger Arkansas News Bureau