Reinhart Field

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Reinhart Stadium
Location 6 Pennyfield Ave New York, NY 10465
Coordinates 40°48′26.9382″N 73°47′51.8562″W / 40.807482833°N 73.797737833°W / 40.807482833; -73.797737833Coordinates: 40°48′26.9382″N 73°47′51.8562″W / 40.807482833°N 73.797737833°W / 40.807482833; -73.797737833
Operator State University of New York Maritime College
Capacity 1,500
Surface FieldTurf
Tenants
Maritime College Privateers
Monroe Mustangs (2012)

The Reinhart Field is a 1,500 seat,[1] expandable to 3,500 seat,[2] multipurpose facility in Bronx, New York within the campus of SUNY Maritime College. Named after SUNY Maritime Athletic Director, Professor Roger Reinhart,[3] the stadium is home to the Maritime College Privateers soccer,[4] football, and lacrosse[5] teams. In 2012 it also served the Monroe Mustangs of Monroe College as their home field. [6]

Each year the SUNY Maritime Privateers face the Massachusetts Maritime Buccaneers in the annual Chowder Bowl football match, which is usually held as the season opening game for both teams. The ongoing rivalry has been contested six times. It has been held at Reinhart Field three years, in 2008,[7] 2010,[8] and 2012,[9] while the other three were held at the Buccaneers' campus, at Clear Harbor Stadium, in 2007,[10] 2009,[11][12] and 2013.[13][14] The 2011 game was on hiatus. The Privateers won the first five contests,[15] with three captured at Reinhart.[16]

Along with the Skyline Conference, the men's and women's Privateers soccer teams face off in non conference matches at Reinhart against local rivalries such as Lehman College[17][18] and City College[19] that form part of CUNYAC.

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  1. ^ Monroe College. "REINHART FIELD – BRONX, NY". Monroe College.
  2. ^ Czarnecki, John. "Privateers Successfully Defend Chowder Bowl With 24–14 Win Over Mass. Maritime".
  3. ^ Fort Schuyler Maritime Alumni Association (FSMAA). "Reinhart Field". Fort Schuyler Maritime Alumni Association (FSMAA).
  4. ^ Guster, Joe. "Header Logo Men's Soccer Holds Off St. Joseph's, 2–1". Maritime Athletics.
  5. ^ Dhanpat, David. "2013 Homecoming! SAVE THE DATE!". SUNY Martitime.
  6. ^ Monroe College. "Reinhart Field – Bronx, NY". Monroe College.
  7. ^ Czarnecki, John. "Privateers Successfully Defend Chowder Bowl With 24–14 Win Over Mass. Maritime". Maritime Athletics.
  8. ^ Garner Jr, Joe. "Massachusetts Maritime Ready To Bowl Them Over". Cape Cod Times - MASCAC.com. Retrieved September 1, 2010.
  9. ^ Massachusetts Maritime Buccaneers. "Reopell, Skeffington Rush For Scores, Ramos Records 10 Tackles As Football Drops Last Second 20–14 Chowder Bowl Decision At SUNY-Maritime". Massachusetts Maritime Buccaneers.
  10. ^ Garner Jr., John (August 30, 2007). "'Awesome start' planned for MMA football". Cape Cod Times.
  11. ^ Guster, joe. "Privateer Football Wins 2009 Chowder Bowl With 31–14 Victory Over Mass. Maritime". Maritime Athletics.
  12. ^ SUNY Maritime. "Maritime Football Victorious." SUNY Maritime.
  13. ^ Massachusetts Maritime Buccaneers. "Trudel's Fourth Quarter Score Proves To Be Difference As Football Claims Sixth Annual Chowder Bowl Crown In Topping SUNY-Maritime, 24–20". Massachusetts Maritime Buccaneers.
  14. ^ Guster, Joe. "Privateers Drop Season Opener At Mass. Maritime, 24–20". Maritime Athletics.
  15. ^ "Mass Maritime picked third in preseason poll". Wickedlocal.com.
  16. ^ Farnum, Amy. "Clash of the FCS titans Appalachian State, Montana highlight busy slate of action". NCAA. Retrieved September 7, 2012.
  17. ^ Maritime Athletics. "Header Logo Men's Soccer Game Day: Privateers Welcome In Local Bronx-Rival Lehman For Non-Conference Showdown". Maritime Athletics.
  18. ^ Maritime Athletics. "Header Logo Women's Soccer Game Day: Privateers Welcome in Lehman for 2013 Home Opener". Maritime Athletics.
  19. ^ City College of New York. "2013 Men's Soccer Schedule". City College of New York.

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