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Stanky Field

In the summer of 2004, the University of South Alabama undertook a renovation campaign to make Stanky Field one of the most impressive facilities in the nation. The multi-million dollar transformation has put South Alabama baseball among the top facilities in the nation.
South Alabama dedicated the newly-renovated stadium against perennial power Mississippi State on April 19, 2005. In front of 3,277 fans, the largest crowd of the year, USA fell 10-6.

The new Eddie Stanky Field has one of the most impressive press boxes in the nation. Wireless internet access, as well as spacious work areas, can accommodate large numbers of media.

The second floor Stadium Club is a beautiful gathering place for South Alabama supporters. Air conditioned comfort, along with leather couches and chairs, make watching USA baseball a first-class experience. The USA Dugout Club hosts gatherings in the Stadium Club throughout the season.


Jon Lieber Clubhouse
On Feb. 4, 2005, the USA Baseball Clubhouse was officially dedicated and renamed the Jon Lieber Clubhouse, in honor of the former South Alabama All-American pitcher. Lieber has made numerous contributions to the South Alabama baseball program, and this facility proudly bears his name.

South Alabama unveiled its new baseball facility in 1996 – built with donations from former players and the hard work of current players – that honors the past, present and future of Jaguar tradition. The beautiful 4,000-square foot facility is more than just a locker room. It’s also an impressive display of the tradition of South Alabama baseball.

The Clubhouse features a spacious locker room and an entertainment room equipped with a big-screen TV, stereo, leather couches, trophy cases and a full kitchen.

The Jaguar baseball Hall of Fame Room is one of the unique areas of the Jon Lieber Clubhouse. It features a glass-enclosed display honoring the late Jaguar coaching legend Eddie Stanky. The room also honors all Jaguar All-Americans and player who have made it to the ranks of Major League Baseball.


Luis Gonzalez Hitting Facility

In the summer of 2000, the finishing touches were put into place for South Alabama's beautiful new Indoor Hitting Facility. Located next door to the USA Clubhouse, this 8,000 square foot building is one of a kind. It features three hitting stations, two pitching mounds and a locker room for umpires. The facility is also large enough to conduct infield practice.

Several Jags now in the pros stop by during the offseason to work out in the facility. On days the Jags experience cold or wet weather, the batting facility is the ideal place to practice.

On Feb. 4, 2005, the Jaguar indoor hitting facility was officially renamed the Luis Gonzalez Hitting Facility. Gonzalez, a South Alabama great and World Series hero with the Arizona Diamondbacks, has given generously to the USA baseball program and conducts himself as a complete gentleman both on and off the field. For that, this beautiful facility bears his name.


Directions to South Alabama's Eddie Stanky Field:

From Interstate I-65
Take Exit 3 (Airport Boulevard) off Interstate 65.
This is the same exit for the Mobile Regional Airport.
Go west on University Blvd. for 2.6 miles.
Turn right (north) onto University Blvd. and go 0.8 miles.
Turn left on Old Shell Road.
Jaguar Field is located on the right, immediately to the left of Mitchell Center Arena.
 
From Mobile Regional Airport
Turn left (east) onto Airport Blvd. (toward downtown Mobile).
Go approximately 4 miles.
Turn left (north) onto University Blvd. and go 0.8 miles.
Turn left on Old Shell Road.
Jaguar Field is located on the right, immediately to the left of Mitchell Center Arena.
 
From U.S. Highway 98
Turn south onto Schillinger Road (toward Mobile Regional Airport).
Go approximately 5 miles.
Turn left (east) onto Airport Blvd.
Go approximately 3.5 miles.
Turn left (north) onto University Blvd. and go 0.8 miles.
Turn left on Old Shell Road.
Jaguar Field is located on the right, immediately to the left of Mitchell Center Arena.