Joe Etzel Field

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Joe Etzel Field
Joe Etzel Field
Location Portland, Oregon
Coordinates 45°34′26″N 122°43′46″W / 45.573971°N 122.729457°W / 45.573971; -122.729457Coordinates: 45°34′26″N 122°43′46″W / 45.573971°N 122.729457°W / 45.573971; -122.729457
Owner University of Portland
Capacity 1,000
Field size Left Field - 350ft
Center Field - 390ft
Right Field - 340ft
Opened 1988
Portland Pilots baseball

Joe Etzel Field is a 1,000 seat baseball stadium in Portland, Oregon that is home to the University of Portland Pilots baseball team. Originally named Pilot Field, it was renamed after former coach Joe Etzel in 2004.[1]

Completed in 2005, the Andy Pienovi Hitting Facility is the baseball team's practice facility. It is located in foul territory in left field.[2]

Preliminary campus expansion plans include moving the baseball field from its current location to one down on the waterfront in the Triangle Park property.[3] Those plans were abandoned in 2013 with plans to instead renovate the existing stadium.[4] The school has since added artificial turf and lighting.

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  1. ^ Kish, Matthew (June 26, 2014). "University of Portland's baseball stadium gets a makeover". Portland Business Journal. Retrieved 27 June 2014. 
  2. ^ Joe Etzel Field Facilities Page
  3. ^ Facilities Planning and Construction: Master Plan
  4. ^ Tobin, Taylor (March 21, 2013). "Baseball stadium plans strike out". The Beacon. Retrieved 19 June 2013. 

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