The Trojans wrapped up their regular season home schedule on Saturday, April 19, and many friends of Trevecca were there under the lights to cheer them on to a win. Greer Stadium is the home of the Nashville Sounds. The evening "under the lights" was designed raise awareness of the team's need for a lighted baseball field on campus.
Families and friends came, free of charge, for the evening baseball game atmosphere, the stadium food, give aways, games, and a free post-game concert.
Trevecca's Heritage Men's Chorale sang the national anthem before the game started. Paul Jones, sports director for Channel Fox-17, threw out the first pitch. WORD music’s Lanae Hale and CircleSlide performed a free concert.
The weather on Saturday had been uncertain, with scattered showers throughout the day; however, by game time the skies were clear, and the sun was shining behind the clouds. Fans reported that it was a perfect night for a baseball game.