Duane Banks Field

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Duane Banks Field
Outside of Duane Banks Field in Iowa City, Iowa.
Location 960 Stadium Drive
Iowa City, Iowa
Coordinates 41°39′41″N 91°33′24″W / 41.6612564°N 91.5567949°W / 41.6612564; -91.5567949Coordinates: 41°39′41″N 91°33′24″W / 41.6612564°N 91.5567949°W / 41.6612564; -91.5567949
Owner University of Iowa
Operator University of Iowa
Capacity 3,000
Field size Down the lines: 329'
Power alleys: 375'
Centerfield: 395'
Surface AstroTurf
Opened 1974
Renovated 2010
Iowa Hawkeyes baseball (NCAA)

Duane Banks Field is a baseball stadium in Iowa City, Iowa, United States. It is the home field of the University of Iowa Hawkeyes college baseball team. The stadium holds 3,000 people and opened in 1974. It is named after former Iowa Hawkeyes baseball coach Duane Banks. The field was renamed in honor of Banks in 2001. The school has added lights to the field recently, and some high school games are also played there.[1]

Following the 2010 season, the facility received a new playing surface. Other renovations included new batting cages and increased dimensions and foul territory space.[2]


The venue hosted the 1990 Big Ten Conference Baseball Tournament, won by Illinois.[3]

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  1. ^ Iowa Baseball Media Guide, Section 3 at hawkeyesports.com, URL accessed October 22, 2009. Archived 10/22/09
  2. ^ Duane Banks Field Getting New Surface: New field and other improvements being installed this fall at hawkeyesports.com, URL accessed October 21, 2010. Archived 10-21-2010
  3. ^ "2012 Big Ten Baseball Record Book" (PDF). p. 107. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-06-27. Retrieved 27 June 2012.