Liston Stadium

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Liston Stadium
Liston Stadium field level view.JPG
Field level view
Location Baldwin City, Kansas
Coordinates 38°46′35″N 95°10′42″W / 38.77650°N 95.17829°W / 38.77650; -95.17829Coordinates: 38°46′35″N 95°10′42″W / 38.77650°N 95.17829°W / 38.77650; -95.17829
Owner Baker University
Operator Baker Wildcats Athletics
Surface Field Turf
Opened 1930
Baker Wildcats

Liston Stadium is a sport stadium in Baldwin City, Kansas, United States. The facility is primarily used by Baker University for college football, track and field, and soccer. It is also host to other university and city athletic and non-athletic events. The facility is also used for local high school football games.[1]

The stadium was named for former Baker football coach and athletic director Emil Liston.[2]


  1. ^ "Time to blackout Liston Stadium tonight". Baldwin City Signal. October 7, 2011. Retrieved September 18, 2013. 
  2. ^ Newton, Allysha (October 28, 2011). "Liston name lives on". Baker Orange. Retrieved April 1, 2013. 

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