PHILADELPHIA - It is a new era for Temple University Baseball, so it is only fitting that the team will be playing in a new stadium.
Entering its first year as a member of the American Athletic Conference, Temple University today announced it will play all but one of its home conference games at beautiful Campbell’s Field, home of the Camden Riversharks. Continue reading →
STARKVILLE, Miss. – The Bulldog Club is seeking input from baseball season-ticket holders and Bulldog Club members regarding the future of Dudy Noble Field/Polk-Dement Stadium. Listening sessions will be held in
both Starkville (Oct. 14) and Jackson (Oct. 15), giving fans the opportunity to provide feedback on possible renovations and expansion of historic Dudy Noble Field. Continue reading →
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE ARLINGTON, Texas – UT Arlington softball and baseball players will have clubhouses and training facilities worthy of a world-class, collegiate program by January 2015 as a result of a $5.5 million softball/baseball complex expansion and renovation plan.
The project will add a softball field house to Allan Saxe Field, home of the UT Arlington softball team, and a field house to Clay Gould Ballpark, home of the baseball team. The work also will include field improvements and upgrades to the sound systems and bleachers at the complex, off Fielder Road and West Park Row in Arlington. Continue reading →
CHICAGO – University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) alum and current New York Yankee centerfielder Curtis Granderson has pledged the funding for a new multi-million dollar baseball stadium on the campus of UIC. The facility will be home for Flames Baseball, but more importantly, is intended to serve area youth and the Chicago community. Partnerships with Major League Baseball (MLB), Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and various youth organizations will provide access to the aptly named “Curtis Granderson Stadium” for a multitude of events. Continue reading →
BUIES CREEK, N.C. – Campbell University Athletics announced plans for its new baseball facility on Monday, Jim Perry Stadium.
The facility, formerly known as Taylor Field, was revealed at a 1 p.m. press conference at the Campbell University Athletics Hall of Fame, located in the front lobby of the John W. Pope Jr. Convocation Center. Continue reading →
According to a statement released by ASU Athletics, Arizona State has decided to cut ties with the Cubs and the City of Mesa, both of which were originally involved in the negotiations of a move off-campus to the Cubs soon to be built spring training facilities. Continue reading →
After being eliminated in a close game by NC State in the NCAA Regional early last June, the Commodores are back with something to prove. They bounced back from a 1-7 start in 2011 to finish 35-28, then won six more games in the postseason. This year, with that experience under their belts and an impressive recruiting class, the Commodores are hoping for bigger and better things. Continue reading →
On the surface, the program is getting a $15 million upgrade to their stadium, with viewing suites and a new concourse area, new field turf, a new scoreboard, a team shop, press box, a team hitting area, and increased seating capacity. Continue reading →
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE ORONO, Maine– The Paul J. Mitchell Batting Pavilion was officially dedicated in a ceremony at the University of Maine on Tuesday, August 21 in front of several hundred people. Construction, which began in May, was recently completed on the indoor batting facility which will be utilized by the Maine baseball team, softball team and the community. Continue reading →
FROM CBD NEWS SOURCE COLUMBIA, Mo. – The University of Missouri is just five days away from officially joining the Southeastern Conference, but Mizzou Athletics isn’t waiting for July 1st to show the nation it is eager to compete in the league that is known widely as the nation’s best. As announced today, a $30 million private gift from the Kansas City Sports Trust will help jump-start a $200 million master plan resulting in facility improvements seen as vital to MU’s future success in the SEC. Continue reading →