About Amanda Littlejohn Stadium
Amanda Littlejohn Stadium was dedicated to former-Campbell standout catcher, who lost her fight with cancer in the fall of 2011.
The facility was renamed on April 20, 2012, with a special ceremony in honor of Littlejohn, who battled various forms of cancer, while being a student-athlete with the Fighting Camels from 2008-09. She tallied an overall batting avg. of .296 including 131 hits, 27 doubles, 18 home runs and 96 RBI.
The renovated facility that is apart of Eakes Athletic Complex includes grandstands behind home plate that can hold 400 spectators. A press box located at the top of the grandstands has a separate radio both and a main press area that can fit six members of the media. Additional space can be found on the top of the press box for television cameras and additional media.
The project was completed over the summer and fall of 2012 as a brick facade was added and a new score-by-innings scoreboard was placed in left center. The completion of the facility was due to generous donations that were provided by the supporters of the Campbell softball program.