Kamphuis Field at Liberty Softball Stadium has been voted No. 2 among all NCAA softball stadiums in the nation, in a fan poll conducted by FloSoftball.com.
Liberty Softball Stadium, a 1,000-seat venue which opened in 2015, was listed behind only LSU’s Tiger Park. Alabama’s Rhoads Stadium was voted third, while home stadiums for Tennessee, South Carolina, Baylor, Arkansas, Georgia and Michigan received honorable mention.
In the near future, FloSoftball.com will feature video tours of each of the top three stadiums on its website.
Liberty’s stadium opened March 19, 2015, when the Lady Flames downed Rider, 9-2. The stadium dedication took place on April 3, 2015 prior to the team’s 7-3 win over Presbyterian. The Lady Flames hold a 13-10 record at their home stadium. The field is named after legendary fast pitch softball pitcher Dwayne Kamphuis.
Liberty Softball Stadium includes 1,000 chairback seats, home, visitor and umpires’ locker rooms, team room, situation room, coaches’ offices, indoor batting tunnels, two full bullpens and an expansive athletic training room. The state-of-the-art press box houses all game operations, home and visiting radio booths, TV booth and suite.
Liberty will compete at LSU’s Tiger Park this season, competing in the LSU Invitational March 4-5. The Lady Flames will also play at Baylor’s Getterman Stadium, Feb. 19-21.
Fans will have many opportunities to see the Lady Flames play at Liberty Softball Stadium this year, as Liberty has 21 home games. Liberty’s first home contest this season is March 10 at 5:30 p.m., as the team begins the Liberty Softball Classic by hosting Norfolk State.
FloSoftball.com Top Softball Stadiums:
1. Tiger Park (LSU)
2. Kamphuis Field at Liberty Softball Stadium (Liberty)
3. Rhoads Stadium (Alabama)
Sherri Parker Lee Stadium (Tennessee)
Carolina Softball Stadium at Beckham Field (South Carolina)
Getterman Stadium (Baylor)
Bogle Park (Arkansas)
Jack Turner Softball Stadium (Georgia)
Alumni Field (Michigan)
Article courtesy of Liberty Athletics and FloSoftball.com