List of NCAA Division I baseball venues
This is a list of stadiums that currently serve as the home venue for NCAA Division I college baseball teams. Conference affiliations reflect those in the most recent 2019 NCAA baseball season. In addition, venues which are not located on campus or are used infrequently during the season have been listed. Among Division I conferences that sponsor men's and women's basketball, the Big Sky Conference is the only one which does not sponsor baseball.
|TD Ameritrade Park||Omaha||NE||College World Series||NCAA||24,505||2011|
|Shrine on Airline||Metairie||LA||Tulane||The American||10,000||1997|
|Durham Bulls Athletic Park||Durham||NC||Duke||Atlantic Coast||10,000||1995|
|McCormick Field||Asheville||NC||UNC Asheville||Big South||4,000||1924|
|Cooley Law School Stadium||Lansing||MI||Michigan State||Big Ten||7,527||1996|
|Target Field||Minneapolis||MN||Minnesota||Big Ten||39,504||2010|
|Appalachian Power Park||Charleston||WV||Marshall||Conference USA||6,200||2005|
|Linda K. Epling Stadium||Beckley||WV||Marshall||Conference USA||2,500||2010|
|Miller Park||Milwaukee||WI||Milwaukee||Horizon League||41,900||2001|
|Isotopes Park||Albuquerque||NM||New Mexico||Mountain West||11,124||2003|
|Whataburger Field||Corpus Christi||TX||Texas A&M-Corpus Christi||Southland||5,400||2005|
This list is intended to include the following:
- Stadiums being built by current Division I members.
- Existing facilities of schools that have announced the addition of baseball or a transition to NCAA Division I.
Conference alignments reflect those expected to be in place at the stadium's opening or the school's entry into Division I play, as applicable. Years of joining a conference reflect baseball seasons, which take place in the calendar year after a school actually joins a conference.
|Lee R. Jackson Field||Akron||OH||Akron||Mid-American (2020)||1,500||1967|
|Boise State Ballpark||Boise||ID||Boise State||Mountain West (2020)||TBA||2019|
|Bruce Hurst Field||St. George||UT||Dixie State||WAC (2021)||2,500||1994|
|LIU Post Baseball Field||Brookville||NY||LIU||Northeast||N/A||N/A|
|Warrior Baseball Diamond||North Andover||MA||Merrimack||Northeast||N/A||1974|
|O'Brate Stadium||Stillwater||OK||Oklahoma State||Big 12||3,500||2020|
|Cecil Ballow Baseball Complex||Stephenville||TX||Tarleton State||WAC (2021)||750||1988|
|Triton Ballpark||La Jolla||CA||UC San Diego||Big West (2021)||1,200||N/A|
|Elliot Ballpark||Storrs||CT||UConn||The American||1,500||2020|
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Opened during the 1993 season, the 500-seat ballpark boasts one of the better playing surfaces in the state.
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The Wi-Fi enabled facility features 512 total seats (192 chair backed seats) along with a brand new concession stand which contains additional storage space and restrooms.
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PERMANENT SEATING FOR 1,000 plus grass seating for thousands more
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