10 College Baseball Stadiums By Capacity
Largest College Baseball Stadiums include Dudy Noble Field, Husky Ballpark, and Sewell Thomas Stadium. Liberty Baseball Stadium is also a large ballpark.
There are many college stadiums made to ballpark standards. The amenities and ambiance also play a vital role in determining the best baseball ground.
The top 10 most beautiful ballparks in colleges based on their capacity to host spectators and players are enlisted below.
Dudy Noble Field at Polk-Dement Stadium, Mississippi
Dudy Noble Field is a recently renovated ballpark after a $68 million makeover. The ballpark can host about 15000 fans in the stadium.
The ballpark has a large fanbase of Diamond Dawg buffs and is now the most popular collegiate baseball stadium.
The stadium is located on the Mississippi State University and has been home to the Mississippi State Bulldogs baseball team for over 50 years.
The left-field lounge of the stadium is incredible and unique, lying beyond the outfield fence. The stadium went through several renovations and improvements, including new additions such as mobile concessions ordering service and a more giant video board.
The ballpark holds an NCCA record for the largest single-game on-campus baseball attendance at 16,423.
Reckling Park, Houston, Texas
Reckling Park is a stadium based at Rice University in Houston. It has a total seating capacity of about 7000.
The stadium has been the home field of the Rice Owls Baseball team since built in 2000. It has hosted 10 NCAA regional and five super regional tournaments.
The stadium is named after Tommy Reckling. Tommy is the principal donor to build the stadium, who is also a former Rice player.
The ballpark has several records of single-game attendance and drawing standing-room crowds of more than 6,600.
Sewell-Thomas Stadium, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
The Sewell-Thomas Stadium is in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. It has a seating capacity of 8500.
The stadium is home to the University of Alabama Crimson Tide baseball team. The stadium was founded in 1948 and remained in 1978 to Swell-Thomas, in honor of former Alabama player Joe Sewell. Joe Sewell was the Alabama baseball coach in 1964 and a professional MLB infielder.
The stadium had a significant renovation in 2014, with an estimated cost of $30 million for the 2016 season. The renovation added a few amenities, such as 12 suites, an outfield walk, a playground and mini infield for families, a picnic area, a commissary, a team store, new seats, and an expanded canopy overhang.
Besides the audience-centric infrastructures, the renovation also added amenities such as a home team locker room, showers, restrooms, lounge, team meeting room, weight room, bullpen, and a four-lane indoor batting facility.
Sewell Thomas Stadium now has a seating capacity of 8500 with 5800 chair back seats and 2700 standing rooms.
Klein Field at Sunken Diamond, Stanford, California
Klein Field at Sunken Diamond is a stadium based in California on the campus of Stanford University. The stadium was built 92 years ago after Bud Klein in 2008.
Klein is a former Stanford athlete, donor, and an all-conference outfielder for the Indians in 1950. The ballpark was renamed to honor Bud's contribution to modernizing collegiate ballparks.
The stadium has an eccentric alignment for the batter and catcher facing south. The ballpark is considered one of the most beautiful baseball facilities in colleges. The ballpark has hosted numerous NCAA Regional Tournaments and Super Regionals.
Klein Field has a capacity of 4000 with 2113 fixed seatings. The ballpark also offers guest services, concessions, and restroom facilities.
Charles Schwab Field Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska
Charles Schwab Field Omaha is in Omaha, Nebraska. The ballpark is the home field of the Creighton University Bluejays baseball team.
The stadium serves as a replacement for Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium and has a seating capacity of 24,000. The seating capacity is expandable to 35,000, making it one of the largest collegiate baseball stadiums.
Charles Schwab Field is also the host venue for the College World Series. It hosted the Big Ten Conference's baseball championship and a regular season game between the Kansas City Royals and Detroit Tigers in 2019.
The ballpark has a 360-degree continuous walkway on the concourse level and is accessible to people with disabilities. It also hosts concerts and community engagement events besides Bluejay Baseball.
Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Alex Box Stadium is a stadium based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The stadium is the home field of the Louisiana State University Tigers baseball team.
The baseball stadium was constructed in 1938 with a capacity of 10,326. It is known for the intimidator, which features the years in which the LSU team won the College World Series.
Louisiana University renamed the ballpark in 2008 to "Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field" after dismantling its previous structures. It is named after Simeon Alex Box, an LSU letterman killed in World War II. Now the new ballpark is located 200 yards to the south of the previous location.
Springs Brooks Stadium/Vrooman Field, Conway, South Carolina
Springs Brooks Stadium lies on the Coastal Carolina University campus. It is a baseball park with a seating capacity of 2500 and is expandable up to 6000.
The ballpark underwent renovations in 2004 and 2012. The new renovation has added a scoreboard, a new fence, new seats, new turf, and a new sound system. In 2008, the university added new seats, an infield, new turf outside the bases, and a home plate and right field deck in the stadium.
Springs Brooks Stadium is the home field of the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. The ballpark was previously known as Charles Watson Stadium - Vrooman Field and was later renamed in 2015 to the present name.
English Field at Atlantic Union Bank Park, Blacksburg, Virginia
English Field at Atlantic Union Bank Park is a ballpark in Blacksburg, Virginia. The baseball stadium is home to the Virginia Tech Hokies college baseball team.
The stadium has a capacity of 1033 in chair backseats and an additional grass-covered seating space known as 'The Hill.' The stadium got renovated in 2018 at the cost of $20 million.
In their recent renovations, the club added a new grandstand area and press-level premium suites. Besides these, a club added a level above the first-base dugout and a social picnic area.
The stadium was established in 1989 and was named after Virginia Tech Outstanding Alumni Award winner E. R. Red English and his wife, Ruth.
Liberty Baseball Stadium, Lynchburg, Virginia
Liberty Baseball Stadium is a stadium situated in Lynchburg, Virginia. It is the home field of the Liberty Flames baseball team.
The stadium has a capacity of 2500 spectators. It was established in February 2013. Some of the significant features of the stadium are an AstroTurf field, berm seating, chairback seats, a standing room, three private suites, a press box, concession stands, an electronic scoreboard, and a video board.
Baum-Walker Stadium at George Cole Field, Fayetteville, Arkansas
Baum-Walker Stadium lies in Fayetteville, Arkansas. It is the home field of the Arkansas Razorbacks baseball team.
The stadium opened in 1996 and has undergone renovations at different times. Some new additions to the ballpark include chairback seats, luxury boxes, and a natural grass playing surface.
The ballpark is a high-ranking baseball facility with a seating capacity of 10,737 and has hosted many high-profile games.
The University of Arkansas operates and owns the Baum-Walker Stadium at George Cole Field.