Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College has baseball facilities that match any community college in the state of Mississippi. The school is committed to providing the best support for its student-athletes, as evidenced by the stadium at Ken "Curly" Farris Field, which opened in 2017, and the King Center, which opened in 2016.
Mississippi Gulf Coast's new stadium opened in 2017. It features seating for nearly 500 people.
MGCCC moved its baseball field to its current location in 1973. The field was named for legendary coach Ken "Curly" Farris in 1990. The new stadium has reserved chairback seating for 66 people.
Farris Field features an grass for the majority of its playing surface, with a newly installed artificial turf home-plate area.
MGCCC's Baseball-Softball Complex opened in 2011. It features an indoor practice area, as well as a spacious locker room and coaches offices.
The indoor facility has four batting/pitching tunnels, which can be slid back for an open practice area.
The King Center contains the MGCCC Athletic Department offices. Classrooms are used by the entire student body, and all sports take advantage of the spacious Encore Rehabilitation/Bienville Orthopaedic Specialists Training Facility.
The training facility has the latest rehabilitation technology to treat bumps and bruises and get players back on the field quickly and safely.
There are multiple taping tables to get players ready for games and practices.
Eight different treatment tables are available for rehabilitation.
A cold tub helps rejuvenate bodies and get players ready for the next practice.
The Athletic Performance Facility has all the best equipment to get our student-athletes ready to play.
Strength training, injury prevention and speed development are goals of the MGCCC weight program.
Gulf Coast's core beliefs are developed from the ground up.