Named in honor of Charles Loudermilk, a former Piedmont board member who was instrumental in the stadium’s construction, the Loudermilk Baseball Complex serves as the home of the Piedmont University baseball program. Consistent with the storied history of the PC baseball program, Loudermilk Field itself was opened in 2005 and dedicated in historic fashion as former Atlanta Braves greats Phil Neikro and Steve Bedrosian were on hand to throw out the ceremonial first pitches. The stadium, which led all of NCAA Division-III in total attendance during the stadium’s first full year of existence in 2006 as well as the 2011 season, includes covered chair-back seating in addition to old-fashioned bleachers for 600 plus spectators. Designed to remind fans of the classic ballparks from baseball's golden age during the 1930s and '40s, the facility upgrade also includes a concession stand area, press box facility, and locker rooms. Down the leftfield line lies the Charlie Loudermilk Indoor Facility, a fully-functional indoor practice facility that includes an astroturf area, batting cages, and an annex of the Johnny Mize Baseball Museum. The indoor complex also houses the Lions’ locker room with player lockers, a laundry facility, team restrooms, and showers. Located on Georgia Street of the Demorest campus, the stadium is nestled just below Burgen Tennis Courts.