At a cost of more than $2 million dollars, Phil Williamson Stadium at Cleaveland Field is one of the finest collegiate baseball facilities in the country. Callaway Foundation, Inc. made available a $1 million challenge grant to LaGrange College for the facility that is named in honor of longtime coach and athletic director Phil Williamson and J. Philip Cleaveland, who served as a trustee of the College for 19 years and also served many years as a trustee for the foundation.
The stadium seats approximately 500 spectators with handicapped seating.The outer concourse is equipped with concessions and large restroom facilities.The inner concourse houses the Panther's clubhouse, located behind the firstbase dugout, which is 22 feet wide by 31 feet long.In addition, a training room, laundry facilities, ice machine, umpires room, and coaches office is located adjacent to the clubhouse.
- 1,186 sq. ft. total for clubhouse, training room, laundry room and coaches office
- 3,402 sq. ft. total for Astroturf batting cages and pitching area all under shelter
- 600 sq. ft. home sunken dugout; 420 sq. ft. visitors sunken dugout
- 414 sq. ft. Climate-controlled press box with seating
- Automatic irrigation system, allowing the field to be watered on a regular basis with little monitoring
- Vinyl-coated outfield fence, eight feet high, with windscreen
- Permanent lighting to play night games and host future NCAA regionals
- Inning-by-inning electronic scoreboard
- 160 parking spaces (handicapped and bus); picnic area
- Left field foul pole:330 feet
- Left field power alley:375 feet
- Center field:400 feet
- Right field power alley:375 feet
- Right field foul pole:330 feet