Finished in 2009, the Covenant Baseball Field is one of the most beautiful baseball facilities in the southeast. The ballpark is located on the south end of campus and just a few steps away from the softball field. The park features spacious dugouts, oversized bullpens, and roomy dimensions (LF/RF - 325’, CF - 400’). In the summer of 2010, permanent bleachers were added behind home plate.
The playing surface is one of the best kept in the region, thanks to the hard work by the entire Covenant baseball program. Opposing players, coaches, and umpires rave about the quality of the well-maintained infield dirt and grass.
The facility played host to the NCCAA Mid-East Regional tournament in 2010 and has also hosted numerous local high school games.
The Scots have a 133-89 record at the field in the 11 seasons of the ballpark’s existence. Covenant went 17-3 at home in 2014 and 16-5 in 2016. The first Covenant player to hit a home run at the field was Taylor Oldham on March 7, 2009 against Union (Ky.) College.
In 2014, the indoor hitting facility (below) was completed inside the Highlands Fieldhouse. The facility has two hitting areas and is used by both baseball and softball programs.
Dimensions: LF - 325 ft., CF - 400 ft., RF - 325 ft.
First Game: February 7, 2009 vs. Atlanta Christian (W, 10-0)
First Covenant HR: Taylor Oldham, March 7, 2009 vs. Union (Ky.)
Covenant's W-L Record: 133-89
While there is no charge for admission to regular season games, there may be a charge for postseason events and tournaments. No free admission or season passes can be used for USA South Athletic Conference championship or tournament events. No tobacco, alcohol or animals are allowed at any athletic events held at Covenant College. Additionally, the use of drones or any other unmanned aircraft system (UAS) is strictly prohibited.
Indoor Hitting Facility
Completed in summer of 2014, the indoor hitting facility is located inside the Highlands Fieldhouse next to the baseball and softball fields. The facility is used by both baseball and softball programs.