2018 SAA Softball Championship

Warner Park | Chattanooga, Tenn.

April 19-22

Location

Frost Stadium at Warner Park

Home of the Chattanooga Mocs, Jim Frost Stadium is the dream of Jim Frost, owner of Frost Cutlery, who had a passion for helping the youth in Chattanooga. Completed in 1998, the 3,000 seat stadium includes 1st-base, 3rd-base and outfield bleachers and 800 chairback seats behind home plate. Amenities included are concession stands, restrooms, a glass-enclosed press box, two sky boxes, climate controlled locker rooms connected to the dugouts, batting cages and bullpens.

Chattanooga, Tenn.

As the fourth largest city in the state of Tennessee, Chattanooga is both highly industrial and rich in natural beauty. Claiming more than 600 industries, Chattanooga lies at the foot of Lookout and Signal Mountains where the Tennessee River forms Moccasin Bend. Because of the diversity and quality of Chattanooga, the city has been added to the must-see destinations from the New York Times, Outside magazine, Travel+Leisure, Today Show, Southern Living, and many others.

Participants

#1 Berry College Vikings (33-4, 16-1)

#2 Birmingham-Southern Panthers (26-13, 13-5)

#3 Hendrix College Warriors (19-13, 10-7)

#4 Centre College Colonels (17-16, 9-9)

#5 Rhodes College Lynx (20-14, 7-10)

#6 Millsaps College Majors (17-17, 5-12)

#7 Sewanee Tigers (4-30, 1-17)

Tournament Central

Date Home Score Visitor Score Time Links
 
April
Thu. 19 Centre 3 Rhodes % 0 Final
  Hendrix 8 Millsaps % 0 Final - 5 innings
  Birmingham-Southern 4 Sewanee % 0 Final
Fri. 20 Berry 8 Centre % 0 Final - 6 innings
  Birmingham-Southern 2 Hendrix % 0 Final
  Millsaps 6 Sewanee % 1 Final
  Rhodes 7 Hendrix % 6 Final
  Centre 4 Millsaps % 10 Final
Sat. 21 Berry 3 Birmingham-Southern % 2 Final
  Millsaps 0 Rhodes % 3 Final
  Rhodes 5 Birmingham-Southern % 4 Final
  Rhodes 1 Berry % 10 Final - 5 innings
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