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Bulldog Field - Butler

Dimensions - 330/370/400/370/330

Seating Capacity - 500

Surface - Natural Grass

Location - On campus

Average fan:

  • Masochists
  • Drunk college students who woke up on the pitcher’s mound
  • A bunch of 5 o’clock Joes

TD Ameritrade Park Omaha - Creighton

Dimensions - 335/375/408/375/335

Seating Capacity - 24,000+

Surface - Kentucky Bluegrass

Location - Off campus by about 5 blocks

Average fan:

  • Bunt lovers
  • Tourists
  • Omahans that forgot when the month of June occurs

Shirley Povich Field - Georgetown

Dimensions - 330/375/330

Capacity - 1,500

Surface - Natural Grass / bare spots

Location - Off campus, deep in the woods of Maryland

Average Fan:

  • Lost man who took the wrong bus
  • Witches that just finished burning a couch in the woods
  • Squirrels

Jack Kaiser Stadium - St. John’s

Dimensions - 325/390/325

Seating Capacity - 3,500

Surface - Natural Grass

Location - On campus

Average Fan:

  • The Ghosts of the 1949 College World Series team
  • A bunch of guys yelling, “hey I’m watchin’ a ballgame heeaaa!”
  • Kevin James

Owen T. Carroll Athletic Field - Seton Hall

Dimensions - 315/375/400/375/325

Seating Capacity - 1,800

Surface - Field Turf

Location - On Campus

Average Fan:

  • Soccer players trapped beyond the right field fence
  • John Fanta
  • Mikael-Ali Mogues’s horde of admirers

Villanova Park - Villanova

Dimensions - 320/375/400/375/320

Seating Capacity - 300

Surface - Natural Grass outfield, newly installed artificial turf infield

Location - Off campus

Average Fan:

Hayden Field - Xavier

Dimensions - 310/380/310

Seating Capacity - 500

Surface - Kentucky Bluegrass

Location - On campus

Average Fan:

  • Historians researching ridiculous dimensions of college baseball fields
  • Folks who love to watch college kids hang dong
  • A single camera set up behind home plate, pretending it’s fine to broadcast the game from there