Humphrey Coliseum serves as home court for Mississippi State Bulldogs basketball. Though the Bulldogs have fought through a few down years as of late, the experience still remains one of the best in the SEC. Though fans look back longingly on the 1996 Final Four appearance, fans continue to turn out in large numbers to make the atmosphere at The Hump one of the more intimidating venues across the country for opposing teams.
Trustmark Park is a state of the art minor league facility with general seating wrapping from left to right foul poles in the lower deck and suites with box seating in the upper deck and is home to the Mississippi Braves, AA affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.
Magnolia Field is home to Delta Devil baseball on the campus of Mississippi Valley State University. The atmosphere at Magnolia Field is cozy and friendly. Most of the fans in attendance are family or friends of the players, with a couple of staunch Delta Devils Athletics supporters.
Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field, home to the Southeastern Louisiana Lions, is an under-the-radar college baseball mid-major gem. While other stadiums across the country might provide more modern features like wild concession items and minor league antics, ‘The Pat’ provides a comfortable environment with the classic elements that provide a great neighborhood ballpark atmosphere.
When you think of Ole Miss athletics, the first thoughts which come to mind are probably the Manning Family, Rebel football, Hotty Toddy, and the entertaining tailgate atmosphere at the Grove. Ole Miss Hoops, however, has the opportunity to earn a place among these popular experiences with their brand new, state-of-the-art basketball arena, The Pavilion at Ole Miss.
On Saturday nights in Nacogdoches, the town bleeds purple and white for the SFA Lumberjacks. Homer Bryce Stadium is not only home for Lumberjacks football, but seems to also be home field for the historic Nacogdoches community.