University Field (Princeton)
|Location||Princeton, New Jersey|
|Princeton Tigers football, Princeton Tigers baseball|
University Field was a stadium in Princeton, New Jersey which opened in 1876 through a gift by William Libbey, then a student at the College of New Jersey (renamed Princeton University in 1896). It hosted the Princeton University Tigers football team until they moved to Palmer Stadium in 1914. It was home to the Princeton baseball team from its opening until 1960, when the field was replaced by Princeton's Engineering Quad. The stadium held 20,000 people at its peak.
- Presbrey, Frank; Moffatt, James Hugh (1901). Athletics at Princeton: A History. New York City: Frank Presbrey Company. pp. 61–66.
- Princeton University Catalogue. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University. 1916. p. 379.
- "Clarke Field". Princeton Tigers. Princeton University.
- "PRINCETON'S GREAT FIELD; IT IS NOW FULLY EQUIPPED AND READY FOR ATHLETES. By the Improvements of the Last Year the Field Is Now Nearly Double Its Former Size--On the New Portion a Football Gridiron Has Been Laid Out, So That Two Games Can Be Played at Once--New 220-Yard Track.". The New York Times. September 13, 1896.
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