|The CofC Baseball Stadium|
Patriot's Point Blvd
The Ballpark at Patriots Point is the home of Cougar Baseball. The facility opened in the spring of 2001 on the banks of the Cooper River, and was part of a $3 million renovation completed in the summer of 2007. The newly renovated facility features covered seating, an expanded press box with 2 radio booths, a hospitality deck and expanded seating to 2,000. Also on site are locker rooms, an athletic training facility, practice field and a 4,200 square foot indoor practice facility.
The park features field dimensions of (L-R): 300, 375, 400, 375, 330 feet. In 2012, the Cougars featured a sold-out crowd against then-no. 10 South Carolina.
Since first playing at Patriots Point in 2001, the Cougars have compiled a 272-104 record at home for a winning percentage of .723.
Located in the shadow of the picturesque Ravenel Bridge and across from the U.S.S. Yorktown, the Ballpark at Patriots Point provides one of the most picturesque backdrops for college baseball in the country.