|Location||Bakersfield, California, United States|
|Owner||California State University, Bakersfield|
|Operator||California State University, Bakersfield|
|Field size||Left field: 327 feet (100 m)
Left center field: 370 feet (110 m)
Center field: 390 feet (120 m)
Right center field: 370 feet (110 m)
Right field: 327 feet (100 m)
|Surface||Natural grass (Hybrid Bermuda)|
|Broke ground||August 11, 2008|
|Opened||February 20, 2009|
|Architect||Colombo Construction Co.|
|Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners baseball (NCAA D1 WAC) (2009-present)|
Hardt Field, also known in development as the Roadrunner Baseball Complex, is a baseball stadium in Bakersfield, California, United States. It is the home field of the Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners baseball team. The stadium is located in the south-west section of the campus of Cal State Bakersfield.
The stadium was named for Tom and Barbara Hart. The Hart Family Trust's $1 million gift and donation of general contracting work supported the construction of the on campus baseball training and playing facility.
The first game played in Hardt Field was the inaugural game for the Cal State Bakersfield baseball team on February 20, 2009, between CSUB and Saint Louis, with the Billikens beating the Roadrunners 8-7 before a sold-out crowd. Highlights from the inaugural (2009) season included a walk-off win in the 15th inning over UC Riverside. Also during the 2009 season, Hardt Field was the site of the first time that an NCAA Division I first-year program had defeated the reigning College World Series champion, when the Roadrunners beat Fresno State 4-3.
- Committee on Institutional Advancement
- 'Runners Nearly Complete Comeback In Season Opener
- CSUB Baseball Opener Sold Out; Standing Room Only Tickets Available
- Kudlock blasts walk-off Home Run in 15-inning thriller.
- Pick CSUB Athletics' top moment from Spring 2009.
- Evans, Jeff. "Field to Have 750 Upgraded Seats Installed". BakersfieldCalifornian.com. Archived from the original on 20 December 2012. Retrieved 20 December 2012.
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