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Hampden Sydney College Ty Cobb Ballpark – Wurdeman Stadium The Ty Cobb Ballpark – Wurderman Stadium was opened on April 17, 2011, while the Tigers faced arch-rival Randolph-Macon on the final regular season games of the 2011 season. With a seating capacity of 292, the new stadium will enhance the experience at Yank Bernier Field. In addition to the exterior seating, there is a luxury box on the second floor and press box on the third floor.
James Madison University Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park James Madison University baseball and softball reside in Veterans Memorial Park, located adjacent to Memorial Hall at the intersection of Cantrell Avenue and South High Street. The complex, which opened in March of 2010, holds separate venues for both sports with a seating capacity of 1,200 for baseball and 625 for softball. Both venues feature a top-of-the-line playing surface, comfortable spectator seating, enclosed press boxes with separated broadcast rooms, restrooms, a merchandise area and concessions.
James Madison University Long Field at Mauck Stadium Long Field at Mauck Stadium is a baseball venue located on the campus of James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, United States. It was home to the James Madison Dukes baseball team, a member of the Division I Colonial Athletic Association until the end of the 2009 season, when it was replaced by Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park. Built in 1974, The venue has a capacity of 1,200.
Liberty University Liberty Baseball Stadium The stadium includes 2,500 chairbacks, locker room, four indoor batting tunnels, four luxury suites, offices for the baseball program, a weight room, team room and a fully functional press area.
Longwood University Buddy Bolding Stadium The home to Longwood University Baseball is Charles “Buddy” Bolding Stadium — named for legendary head coach Buddy Bolding in October 2009. Longwood began play in the completely renovated facility in 1994. The Lancers won the first home contest 8-3 over Davis & Elkins (W.Va.) on March 12, 1994, and the Lancers sport an overall record of 402-214 (.653) at Buddy Bolding Stadium through the 2018 season.
Randolph Macon College Hugh Stephens Baseball Field The Hugh Stephens Field at Estes Park features permanent grandstand seating, a new scoreboard and a 16-foot wall in left field. Hugh Stephens ’41 was the head coach of the Randolph-Macon baseball program from 1950-1982.
Richmond University Pitt Field One of the most pristine diamonds in collegiate baseball sits in a quaint ballpark surrounded by large trees, Pitt Field opened in March of 1975. The field sits on a hill overlooking Westhampton Lake, the most scenic part of the Richmond campus.
University of Lynchburg James C. Fox Field Home of the Lynchburg baseball team, James C. Fox Field is cut out of the natural terrain of the Lynchburg campus, adjacent to Wake Field House. The field, named for Lynchburg’s longtime coach, faculty member, and administrator can accomodate approximately 1,000 fans. The Dan Wooldridge ’56 Press Box sits behind the backstop.
University of Virginia Davenport Field at Disharoon Park First opened on Feb. 16, 2002, Ted Davenport Field at Disharoon Park is one of the premier college baseball facilities in the country. The stadium features a seating capacity of 5,500 (third largest on-campus stadium in the ACC and field dimensions of 332-370-404-372-332 (left-right).
VMI Gray-Minor Stadium With the opening of Gray-Minor Stadium in February 2007, VMI Baseball enjoys one of the best collegiate baseball facilities in the Southeast. With seating for over 1,400 fans, covered batting cages, a state-of-the-art scoreboard with videoboard and a first-class press box, Gray-Minor Stadium lives up to the legacies of two of the most successful VMI Baseball alums to ever wear the Red, Yellow, and White.
Virginia Sports Complex Multiple Fields The Virginia Sports Complex is nestled away in the wooded areas conveniently located on RT 1 and only three miles off of I-95. It is 30 miles north of Richmond and 25 miles south of Fredericksburg. Located between two of the finest cities in Northern Virginia, the area offers a wide variety hotels, restaurants, and shopping centers both directions of the complex.
Washington & Lee Cap’n Dick Smith Field Cap’n Dick Smith Field or “Smith Field” was completed in the spring of 1999 at a cost of $1.8 million.  The stadium replaced the Old Cap’n Dick Smith Field which was located in the area that is now occupied by Watt Field. Smith field currently resides in a picturesque setting surrounded by pine trees on the back portion of the campus.  The stadium includes permanent seating for 350 spectators and a 1,056 square-foot building which houses a press box, concession area, and restrooms.
Waynesboro Generals Stadium Kate Collins Field The Waynesboro Generals play in the Valley Baseball League, a summer baseball league founded in 1897 that plays in cities and towns in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia.