2601 Jess Neely Drive, Nashville TN 37212
Hawkins Field serves as the home of the Vanderbilt Commodores and with recently completed facilities it stands as one of the top college baseball parks in the country. Built in 2002, Hawkins Field greets all fans with chairback seats close to the field of play, a 35-foot wall in left field that promises unique opportunities for excitement and a first-rate field that prevents bad hops and promotes dazzling defensive gems from the infielders and outfielders alike. Read More
3901 Granny White Pike, Nashville TN 37204
Ken Dugan Field at Stephen Lee Marsh Stadium is home to the Lipscomb Bisons college baseball team of the Atlantic Sun Conference. The facility has a capacity of 1,500 spectators. The playing surface is named after Ken Dugan, the Lipscomb baseball coach from 1960 to 1996 and winner of over 1,000 games as head of the program. Read More
E.S. Rose Park
1000 Edgehill Avenue, Nashville TN 37203
Located at Nashville’s E.S. Rose Park on the historic Edgehill Civil War battleground area, the E. S. Rose Park Athletic Fields is a revolutionary shared facilities concept. E.S. Rose Park provides a state-of the-art, 24-acre community facility which includes baseball, softball and soccer fields; a basketball court; a walking track; and a training facility that meets NCAA Division I standards. Read More
333 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville TN 37210
Located in Nashville, Tennessee, Jackson Field is home to the Trevecca Nazarene Trojans of the Division II Great Midwest Athletic Conference. Jackson Field was renovated in 2013 as part of Trevecca’s transition from NAIA to Division II. Included in the renovation was the installation of stadium lights, which allowed the Trojans to play night games for the first time in their 43-year history. Read More
Battle Ground Academy
Franklin, TN 37069
Battle Ground Academy is one of the premier private high schools in Tennessee. Opened in 1889, BGA is named after it’s location in the battle field of the Civil War Battle of Franklin. BGA is home to one of the top fields in Middle Tennessee, and it’s Wildcats Baseball team last won the TSSAA State Tournament in 2012.
Raymond C. Hand Park
Clarksville TN 37044
Raymond C. Hand Park is home to the Austin Peay Governors baseball team of the NCAA Division I Ohio Valley Conference. The facility has a seated capacity of 777 spectators, with a total capacity of over 1,000. The facility opened on March 23, 1970, and is named for Clarksville (TN) businessman Raymond C. Hand.
Ernest L. Stockton Field/Woody Hunt Stadium
Ernest L. Stockton Field/Woody Hunt Stadium is home to the Cumberland Bulldogs of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Mid-South Conference. The Bulldogs are currently transitioning into NCAA Division II Athletics.