Dartmouth Softball Park
The $3.1 million project includes wrap around seating for 400 fans, sunken dugouts, bullpens, batting cages, press box, scoreboard and an artificial FieldTurf playing surface with superior drainage capacity. The team will use a locker room, training room and public restrooms that are already located within the Chase Field Complex. The new Dartmouth softball park will also have the capability to live stream all home softball games.
The Dartmouth Softball park is very similar to the home of Dartmouth baseball, Red Rolfe Field at Biondi Park, but will be on a smaller scale in accordance with NCAA softball dimensions.
Prior to the 2012 season the Dartmouth softball team utilized Sachem Softball field as its home field. The field was constructed in 1995, which was the inaugural year for softball at Dartmouth. The field was a natural playing surface and a symmetrical outfield with fencing 200 feet from home plate.
|About Dartmouth Softball Park
- Opened April 6, 2012
- Cost $3.1 million
- Artificial FieldTurf playing surface
- Permanent Seating for 400 Fans
- Sunken Dugouts
- Batting Cages
- Press Box