The Charleston Southern University Singleton Baseball Complex includes a two story 3,500-square-foot building, a memorial plaza and a stadium courtyard. The first floor of the complex will house a locker room, a training room and the Sharonda Coleman-Singleton Enrichment Center. The head coaches office and conference space for team personnel will be located on the second floor.
Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, mother of current team member, Chris Singleton, was killed June 17, 2015, in the tragic Emanuel AME shooting. The Sharonda Coleman-Singleton Enrichment Center will celebrate her life and legacy and will serve as a gathering space for athletes to learn and grow spiritually and academically. The Enrichment Center will be the home for Fellowship of Christian Athletes gatherings, Bible studies and team-building events, instilling a sense of pride, commitment and community support in former and current members of the baseball program.
The Singleton Baseball Complex plaza space and courtyard will create an exciting fan
experience. The memorial plaza will recognize outstanding CSU Baseball alumni including
Hall of Fame members and Buccaneers who continued their careers in the major leagues.
The central part of this plaza will be a "Love is Stronger" memorial. The Stadium
Courtyard will be located inside the stadium gates in front of the new complex.