Liberty University is undergoing a major athletic field upgrade in June, providing all of the school’s athletes with best-in-class playing surfaces made by the leader in synthetic turf innovation, AstroTurfÂ®. This summer, the practice football field, baseball field, and softball field are all receiving new turf installations. Also, Liberty is expanding four recreational fields and upgrading the turf with one of AstroTurf’s most popular products, the RootZone 3D3 Blend system.
This is a monumental decision because it gives all of the school’s athletes, including those competing on Liberty’s NCAA Division 1 teams and intramural players, the best of the best in playing surface technology.
While there are numerous colleges, universities, and high schools across the country that feature AstroTurfÂ® products, and many that have two or even three, Liberty University has over one dozen, including four indoor Laykold courts at the Crosswhite Athletic Club and an impressive collection of high-performance fields.
Williams Stadium, home to the school’s football program, received a new AstroTurfÂ® RootZone 3D3 Blend system in 2015. Liberty’s football team competes in the NCAA Division 1 Football Bowl Subdivision as an independent and is the first Big South school to win 5 consecutive Sasser Cups.