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Varsity Field (Binghamton baseball)

Varsity Field
Location Bunn Hill Rd. and Vestal Parkway, Vestal, New York, USA
Coordinates

42°05′40″N 75°58′26″W / 42.094477°N 75.973924°W / 42.094477; -75.973924Coordinates: 42°05′40″N 75°58′26″W / 42.094477°N 75.973924°W / 42.094477; -75.973924

Renovated 2012
Owner Binghamton University
Operator Binghamton University
Scoreboard Electronic
Capacity 1,000
Field dimensions Left Field: 315 feet (96 m)
Left Center Field: 365 feet (111 m)
Center Field: 390 feet (120 m)
Right Center Field: 365 feet (111 m)
Right Field: 315 feet (96 m)
Tenants
Binghamton Bearcats baseball (AEC); America East Conference Baseball Tournament (2010)

Varsity Field is a baseball venue located on the campus of Binghamton University in Vestal, New York, United States. The field is home to the team of the NCAA Division I America East Conference. The field holds a capacity of 1,000 spectators.[1] In 2010, the field hosted the America East Conference Baseball Tournament.[2]

Following the 2011 season, plans for renovations to the facility were announced. The additions and improvements, which were scheduled to be completed prior to the 2012 season, included stadium seating, bullpens, a press box, a PA system, dugouts, and a batter's eye.[3] Due to construction delays, however, the Bearcats were unable to play any 2012 games at the field. The team played the majority of its games on the road and used the Binghamton Mets' NYSEG Stadium and Cornell University's Hoy Field for their seven home games.[4][5][6]

See also

  • List of NCAA Division I baseball venues

References

External links

  • July 2012 Renovation Photo Gallery at BUBearcats.com
  • October 2012 Aerial Photographs at BUBearcats.com

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