Stadium Quick Facts
Name: Kamphuis Field at Liberty Softball Stadium
Opened: January, 2015
Playing Surface: AstroTurf with natural clay infield
Recognized as one of the top collegiate softball facilities since its opening in 2015, Kamphuis Field at Liberty Softball Stadium provides softball fans a great venue to watch high-quality softball action. The stadium includes 1,000 chairback seats, home, visitor and umpires’ locker rooms, team room, situation room, coaches’ offices, indoor batting tunnels, two full bullpens, and an expansive athletic training room.
The state-of-the-art pressbox houses all game operations, home and visiting radio booths, TV booth, and President’s suite. The stadium is prewired for broadcast, as most home games are broadcast by LFSN.
On April 3, 2015, the field was named after Dwayne Kamphuis, a legendary fastpitch softball pitcher and financial supporter of Liberty University and the softball program. Kamphuis traveled the world playing in exhibition softball games as part of the renowned “King and His Court” team, headed up by Eddie “The King” Feigner.