Scarborough Field

Built in 1980 and named for University of Mount Olive Athletics Hall of Famer Ray Scarborough, Scarborough Field is the home for Trojan baseball. The ballpark features lights, batting cage; and a field house that includes a press box, coaches' offices, and a locker room. A picnic area and concession stand are also part of Scarborough Field. New seating was added to include chairback seats extending between each dugout, plus there is bleacher seating down each baseline. Scarborough Field has been the host site for the NCAA Division II Baseball Southeast Regional on four occasions (2008, 2011, 2012, 2013). In addition to Trojan baseball, Scarborough Field also plays host to American Legion baseball, as well as junior college and high school conference championships.

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