Southwestern University Softball


Taylor-Sanders Field

Taylor-Sanders field has been the home to Southwestern softball since the program’s inception in 2009. The field was originally built in 2000 and served the campus as an intramural softball field before upgrades were made to the field to bring it up to NCAA specifications.

The Pirate softball team has quickly rose to the top of the SCAC since becoming an intercollegiate sport at Southwestern while enjoying a .666 winning percentage at Taylor-Sanders Field. Southwestern has made two NCAA tournament appearances and won two SCAC Championships in 2010 and 2013 while posting a 72-35-1 record at home since 2009.

Enclosed batting cages were also built down the left field line with bullpen areas down both foul lines.

Directions to Taylor-Sanders Field

From Interstate Highway 35
Exit 261 (Georgetown). Follow Texas Highway 29 east into Georgetown, approximately 1.5 miles. Turn left at Southwestern Boulevard.

From State Highway 130 (Tollway)
Exit 415 (Georgetown). Follow Texas Highway 29 west into Georgetown, approximately 2.4 miles. Turn right at the Maple Street stoplight, the last street before the train tracks.

Parking is available along Southwestern Boulevard. for all athletic events at the Corbin J. Robertson Center. For ADA parking, turn left at Taylor Rd. There is an ADA Parking Space and ADA Van Parking Space on the southeast side of the Robertson Center, near the building. The Center's two accessible entrances are just short distance on the southwest side of the building.