Milligan's Anglin Fields, which include baseball, softball and soccer fields along with a throws pit and M Training Loop for cross-country and track & field, lie along the banks of Buffalo Creek behind campus. These fields were named after Senator Tom Anglin of Oklahoma, an early graduate of Milligan.
Anglin Baseball Field
Fans are free to choose the location of their seats, whether it be in the grandstands along the first base line or along a retaining wall directly behind home plate. On especially hot and sunny days in the spring and summer, the cool air blowing in from Buffalo Creek will add a nice touch to the enjoyable experience of attending an event at Anglin Field.
First season: 1910
Winningest season: 40-19, 2009
Dimensions: LF: 310 ft., CF: 400 ft., RF: 325 ft.
Surface type: Bermuda
Capacity: Approx. 500
Admission: General admission
After entering the front entrance to Milligan, continue up the hill through the main part of campus. Once you pass Gregory Center on your right, take a right-hand turn and continue down a short hill into a parking lot. Parking is available here and in the lot adjacent to the left. The baseball field is located behind the Science Building (Hyder Auditorium). For information regarding bus parking, contact a Milligan coach.
While there is no charge for admission to regular season games, there may be a charge for postseason events and tournaments. No tobacco, alcohol or animals are allowed at any athletic events held at Milligan College.