South Alabama - Softball Camps

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JAGUAR FIELD

  • Jaguar Field has been home to the South Alabama softball program since its inception in 2007.  South Alabama won its first-ever game on its home field, defeating Grambling State 13-1 in five innings on 2/24/2007.
  • The field dimensions of the facility are 200 in both corners and 220 in center field.
  • The facility was expanded to a seating capacity of 1,050 at the beginning of the 2015 campaign.  The renovation also saw the construction of a brand new press box that houses two radio booths, a television broadcast booth and a press row/game operations area, as well as the renovation of both the first and third base dugouts.
  • With its renovation following the 2014 season, the site also now includes one of the top covered hitting facilities in the nation that has three pitching rubbers, three cage areas, four tee stations and a video analysis room, along with a pair of storage areas.
 
 
  • There are also two wooden deck areas out behind the left field and left center field walls for general admission seating.
  • Prior to the start of the 2017 season a large state-of-the-art video board with multi-camera high definition streaming capabilities was installed beyond the left field wall.
  • South Alabama has hosted the Sun Belt Conference Championships on two different occasions (2010 and '16).
  • Jaguar Field also served as one of the 16 regional sites during the 2013 NCAA tournament where USA was the No. 13 national seed and hosted Florida State, Mississippi State and Mississippi Valley State.
  • South Alabama has welcomed several Top 25 programs to Jaguar Field and captured the program's first win over a ranked team back on April 15, 2007 when the Jags defeated No. 19 Louisiana-Lafayette 8-0 in five innings.
  • USA recorded five wins over Top 25 opponents during the 2013 season - No. 22/25 Louisiana-Lafayette (2), No. 12/13 LSU and Florida State both during the regular season and in the NCAA Regional.
  • The largest crowd to ever attend a game at Jaguar Field came on Feb. 8, 2009 when the Jaguars hosed third-ranked Alabama before an announced crowd of 1,463.