THE BRYANT UNIVERSITY BASEBALL COMPLEX
The Bryant University Baseball Complex is home to the Division I Bulldogs throughout the year, for both fall and spring sports seasons. Located on Bryant's beautiful 387-acre campus, the Baseball Complex is situated between the Bryant Softball Complex and Sutton Field, formerly the summer home of the New England Patriots.
The field's dimensions go 330 feet down the left and right field lines, 385 feet to the right centerfield and left centerfield gaps and 400 feet to straight-away centerfield. The complex is equipped with step down dugouts, two-mounds bullpens down each line and a full nine-inning scoreboard.
A new hitting cage area was added to the baseball field in the spring of 2008. The area includes two batting tunnels (75 ft. length), four tee/drill stations and a storage area for field screens and equipment.
The Baseball Complex was built and first played on in the 2000 season. A recently installed laser-graded infield provides the Bulldogs with one of the finest playing surfaces in the Northeast. In addition to hosting several Northeast-10 Conference tournament games, the Bryant Baseball Complex was home to the 2004 NCAA Division II Baseball Northeast Regional Championship, won by the Bulldogs.
In 2011, the Bulldogs baseball team enjoyed the comforts of a renovated locker room within the Chace Athletic Center. The renovation project, which included updates to the softball and soccer locker rooms as well, began in November of 2010 and was finished in Januray of 2011. Each player has their own stall for the storage of their gear and equipment, and a flat screen TV provides the players with entertainment and learning opportunities.