Bryant University Softball Complex at Conaty Park
Nestled in the northeast corner of Bryant University's
387-acre campus is one of the finest playing facilities for
intercollegiate softball in New England. Completed in the spring
of 2000, the Bryant Softball Complex at Conaty Park has drawn
unanimous praise from players, coaches, and fans alike for its
meticulously maintained playing surface,comfort, and design.
The complex features stepped dugouts, fully enclosed bullpens
for both teams, a batting cage, full irrigation, excellent drainage
and a digital scoreboard. Spectators may sit in the bleachers
directly behind home plate for an up-close view of the action
or relax along the stonewall that adorns the field.
As for the field's dimensions, the outfield fence is 190 feet from
home plate at both foul poles and the center field fence is 225
feet from home plate.
The Softball Complex at Conaty Park has been the host venue
of numerous Northeast 10 tournament games, as well as
several NCAA Regional games in Bryant's final years as a Division
In 2011, the Bulldogs softball team enjoyed the comforts of
renovated locker room within the Chace Athletic Center. The
renovation project 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.
In 2012, thanks to the generous contributions of alumnus Bill Conaty '67, the Bryant Baseball and Softball complex was transformed into a first-class Division I facility.
The facility includes bleacher seating for 500, including 200 chairback seats, as well as a new state-of-the-art press box for all in-game operations and broadcasts, turning the facility into arguably the best baseball/softball complex in New England.