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Baseball Light Installation Takes Shape

March 19, 2008
|  Lynchburg, Va.
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Tuesday saw the second light pole raised at Worthington Stadium.

Tuesday saw the second light pole raised at Worthington Stadium.

The light installation process at Worthington Stadium has begun to take shape the past couple days, as two light poles have been successfully placed behind the right-field fence.

The lights are being installed at Worthington Stadium, the home of the Flames, by Musco Sports Lighting. Founded in 1976, Musco is recognized as a world-class leader in sports lighting, with lighting systems installed around the globe. The company, based in Oskaloosa, Iowa, expects to complete the project by next Wednesday in time for the first game of a three-game Big South series with defending conference champion Coastal Carolina, March 28.

Installation will continue through the weekend, forcing Liberty's baseball series with Columbia to Lynchburg City Stadium Thursday through Saturday. Below you can view recent pictures of the installation process.

The first light pole stands straight during the Liberty vs. James Madison
contest on Tuesday.

Crews work to raise light pole number two in right center field.

Crews work to raise light pole number two in right center field.

Crews work to raise light pole number two in right center field.

Crews work to raise light pole number two in right center field.