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Florida Southern College

Florida Southern College is a remarkable institution characterized by unparalleled commitment to students and exceptional learning experiences. The success of each student is of paramount importance to the faculty, trustees, and administration and we are unswerving in our commitment to students’ academic, social, spiritual, and physical development. Florida Southern academic programs offer students a wide variety of active learning experiences: stimulating class discussions; student-faculty collaborative research; student faculty collaborative performance; internships, study abroad; independent study; and service learning. The faculty members are dedicated teacher/scholars and have outstanding records of accomplishment that support dynamic, personalized instruction. Student life flourishes through an extensive array of activities, programs, intercollegiate sports, intramurals and Greek life. Florida Southern’s Division II athletic program is nationally acclaimed and boasts 29 national championships and over 300 All-American athletes. The campus ministries program is vibrant and supports student worship through a variety of services, trips and events.

Henley Field

Henley Field is home to the Florida Southern baseball team. The stadium was named for Clare "Doc" Henley, president of the Lakeland Baseball Club, who helped bring the Detroit Tigers to Lakeland for Spring Training beginning in 1934. Opened in 1923, Henley Field, was the Spring Training home of the Tigers until 1966. The ballpark, which seats 1,000, was upgraded in 2002. A new baseball clubhouse, funded by David Jenkins, opened in 2013. The field is just minutes from FSC's campus. In 2002 and 2016, Henley Field served as the home stadium for the Class-A Lakeland Tigers while Joker Marchant Stadium underwent renovations.

Tigertown - 2301 Lakeland Hills Boulevard Lakeland, FL 33805

Tiger Town is the regular season home of the Lakeland Flying Tigers, the Class A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers. The Flying Tigers season begins immediately after Detroit's Spring Training concludes and runs through August. Prior to 2007, the team was known as the Lakeland Tigers. Tiger Town is owned and operated by the City of Lakeland. The City of Lakeland's Parks and Recreation Department is responsible for maintaining the facilities.

Participants

Florida Southern Moccasins

No. 1 Seed (39-9-1)

Tampa Spartans

No. 2 Seed (39-9)

Delta State Statesmen

No. 3 Seed (40-9)

Nova Southeastern Sharks

No. 4 Seed (34-14)

Montevallo Falcons

No. 5 Seed (35-17)

Mississippi College Choctaws

No. 6 Seed (33-15)

Albany State Golden Rams

No. 7 Seed (28-16)

Tournament Central

Date Away Home Status Location
 
May
Thu. 17 Mississippi Col. % 3 Delta State 13 Final Lakeland, FL / NCAA Tournament (South Regional)
Fri. 18 Albany St. (Ga.) % 2 Tampa 12 Final Lakeland, FL / NCAA Tournament (South Regional)
  Montevallo % 7 Nova Southeastern 12 Final Lakeland, FL / NCAA Tournament (South Regional)
Sat. 19 #10 Nova Southeastern % 1 Florida Southern 5 Final Lakeland, FL (NCAA South Region Tournament)
Mon. 21 Mississippi Col. % 6 Albany St. (Ga.) 3 Final Lakeland, FL / NCAA Tournament (South Regional | Tigertown)
  Delta State % 0 Tampa 3 Final Lakeland, FL / NCAA Tournament (South Regional | Henley Field)
  Nova Southeastern % 3 Mississippi Col. 5 Final Lakeland, Fla. / NCAA Tournament (South Regional | Tigertown)
Tue. 22 #5 Tampa % 2 Florida Southern 4 Final Lakeland, FL (NCAA South Region Tournament)
  Delta State % 12 Montevallo 3 Final Lakeland, FL / NCAA Tournament (South Regional | Tigertown)
  Delta State % 4 Mississippi Col. 7 Final Lakeland, FL / NCAA Tournament (South Regional | Tigertown)
  Tampa % 7 Mississippi Col. 1 Final Lakeland, FL / NCAA Tournament (South Regional | Henley Field)
Wed. 23 Florida Southern % 8 #5 Tampa 7 Final Lakeland, FL (NCAA South Region Tournament)
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