|Full name||Lewis Field at Clark-LeClair Stadium|
Greenville, NC 27858 USA
|Owner||East Carolina University|
|Operator||East Carolina University|
|Record attendance||April 22, 2009
5,581 vs North Carolina.
|Opened||March 4, 2005|
|Architect||Walter, Robbs, Callahan & Pierce|
|East Carolina Pirates baseball
C-USA Tournament (2007)
Clark–LeClair Stadium is the home of Pirates baseball at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina, United States. The stadium was named after Pirate alumnus and contributor Bill Clark and former Pirates coach Keith LeClair. The current ECU Head Coach is Cliff Godwin.
The stadium has 3,000 Stadium bleacher seats, plus space for several thousand more spectators in "The Jungle". There are concession and restroom facilities at the stadium plus a family picnic area. Amenities include the Pirate Club fundraising and hospitality suite and a private suite for the LeClair family.
The stadium was built with $11 million in private donations.
The playing surface consists of Celebration Bermuda turf with a clay base infield and crushed-brick warning track. New lights were included in the construction of the stadium that meet all television specifications. Facilities include indoor and outdoor batting cages, a VIP booth, coach's offices, and a player clubhouse, as well as state-of-the-art broadcast facilities.
The dimensions of the outfield are 320—400—320, from left to right.
- Largest crowd — 5,581 vs #1 North Carolina on April 22, 2009., won by East Carolina 4–0.
- First game — ECU vs. Michigan on March 4, 2005, won by East Carolina 2–1.
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