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 Field Softball Diamond
The field features a series of bleacher-style seating areas along both fence lines while also sporting an open and spacious area beyond the outfield fence which is shaded in the afternoons and evenings by the trees that line Buffalo Creek.
Head Coach Wes Holly, the third-winningest active coach in the NAIA, has used Anglin Field as his team's home for nine 30-win seasons, including a program record 43-win season in 1992. His teams have won seven regular season titles.
First Fastpitch Game: 1989
Winningest season: 43-11 (22-2 TVAC), 1992
Dimensions: LF: 200 ft., CF: 225 ft., RF: 200 ft.
Admission: General Admission
Upon entering the Milligan campus, take an immediate right followed by a fork to the right into the parking lot for Hopwood Memorial Christian Church. Continue past the single row of parking and down into a lower parking lot behind the church. Anglin Field will be straight ahead. 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.