The Liberty Baseball Stadium, home of Liberty baseball, has been ranked No. 4 in best college ballpark experiences of 2015 by the Stadium Journey web site. Stadium Journey publishes reviews of sports stadiums from around the world and to date, has reviewed 2,196 different venues in 48 countries.
The website's review states that the three-year old Liberty Baseball Stadium, opened in 2013, "certainly lives up to the billing given it by fans and supporters of the school, though. With a pristine playing surface, wonderful views in almost any direction, comfortable seats, a great product on the field and some of the nicest people you'll encounter anywhere, a trip to Lynchburg to see a Flames game needs to be on your to-do list."
The Liberty Baseball Stadium joins Dudley Noble Field – Home of Mississippi State, Alex Box Stadium – Home of the LSU Tigers in the top four. Carolina Stadium – Home of South Carolina - tops the list as the No. 1 college baseball experience for the second straight year.
It is the second straight year that Liberty Baseball Stadium has appeared in the website's top 5. The stadium ranked No.5 among college baseball stadiums in 2014. The facility ranked No. 52 in Stadium Journey's top 100 stadium experiences of 2014.
For the second consecutive season, Liberty finished 2015 in the top 50 in the nation among NCAA Division I schools for regular season average and overall attendance. Liberty finished 48th nationally with an average attendance of 1,404 and 48th in overall attendance with 39,334.
Liberty set a new single-game stadium attendance record this past season, drawing 3,983 for its contest with Campbell on April 10.
The Flames posted a 22-5 record this past season at Liberty Baseball Stadium, improving to 68-23 over their three years at the facility. Liberty posted a 33-23 overall record in 2015.
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