Co-Lin Wolves Baseball Camps
Walter R. Sullivan Field
The Wolfpack play their home games on beautiful Sullivan Field. Sullivan Field is located on the campus of Copiah-Lincoln Community College. The immaculately kept diamond is in playing shape at all times of the year. College and high school games are played on Sullivan Field during the school year. Summer finds the field hosting Co-Lin Baseball Camps, American Legion games and Boys State.
The turf on the playing surface is bermuda. During the playing season, it is overseeded with perennial ryegrass. The cutting heights vary during the course of the year, but it is always cut like a carpet. A sand and clay mixture make up the dirt area of the infield. It is topdressed with Crimson Stone to give it a perfect playing surface.
Dimensions of Sullivan Field are 330 down the left field line, 335 down the right-field line and 385 to center field. The replacement of the 8’ wooden outfield wall was completed prior to the 2009 season.
Lighting at the park is second to none. All lights are positioned on towering 90’ poles that easily light up the playing area for excellent action for the players and fans. The 40’ inning-by-inning scoreboard was updated in 2018
Enclosed bullpens can be found on the visitors and home team sides of the field. Each pen has a double pitching mound and catchers boxes.
The stadium at Sullivan Field will let fans enjoy a baseball game with comfort, whether in stadium seats or in lawn chairs. The grandstand area behind home plate will seat 500, while plenty of grassy areas are also available for lawn chairs and blankets.
Georgia-Pacific and Asa Hardison were behind the completion of the modern press box facility at Sullivan Field. It is completely heated and cooled as well as designed with maximum auditory comforts. Media, radio crews and press box personnel have room and comfort to cover Wolfpack games.