Sponaugle–Williamson Field

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Sponaugle-Williamson Field
Sponaugle-Williamson Field.PNG
Location Harrisburg Pike
Lancaster, PA 17604-3003
Owner Franklin & Marshall College
Operator Franklin & Marshall College
Capacity 4,000
Surface Kentucky bluegrass
Broke ground 1920
Opened 1920
F&M Diplomats (NCAA)

Sponaugle–Williamson Field is a stadium for the outdoor athletic teams of Franklin & Marshall College, and is located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The venue was built in 1920 as Williamson Field. Sponaugle–Williamson Field was named after S. Woodrow Sponaugle, who coached football and basketball, in addition to being the athletic director at F&M for 15 years. He shares the stadium's dedication with Henry S. Williamson, who was a trustee of the college from 1894-1917.[1]


Coordinates: 40°2′56″N 76°19′7″W / 40.04889°N 76.31861°W / 40.04889; -76.31861

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