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About PK Park

PK Park is equipped with full home and visiting team locker rooms, clubhouses and team amenities, as well as a state-of-the-art video board and a classic inning by inning score board.

A newly designed press box features four radio/television broadcast booths, an audio/visual game operations booth, and a large press area. There are also eight fully-loaded luxury suites with indoor and outdoor seating.

Creating one of the most ADA compliant stadiums in the country, the park is fully accessible with ramps and seating at both the concourse and field level.

The park has specially designed lighting structures. From the ground level, it is 47 feet 10 inches to the top of the facility, enhancing the intimacy for the Oregon baseball team and spectators.

PK Park is a year-round facility, featuring:

  • A large external plaza and walkway that can be used as a festival area for other sporting events.
  • An in-stadium concourse for food & hospitality and fan interaction.
  • Seating for approximately 3,600 fans, including 2,600 chairback seats and over 500 students seats in the left field bleacher.
  • A large standing room only section along right field in Fowl Territory.

DLR Group was the lead architect on the project with Cameron, McCarthy, Gilbert & Scheibe serving as the landscape architect.

FieldTurf

The field will be made of an all-weather base-ball specific FieldTurf, with clay mounds and bullpens. FieldTurf is the leading provider of collegiate baseball synthetic turf and has been installing similar products at college ballparks around the country.

History

2008 – On August 15, 2008, the University of Oregon announced that work has begun on the construction of a new baseball park. PK Park is named after Athletic Director Pat Kilkenny for his leadership, vision, support, and commitment to the University of Oregon. It was projected to cost $15-$18 million.

2009 – Baseball returns to the University of Oregon. In the team’s first game at the park on February 27 the Ducks beat Fresno State, the defending national champions, in front of a sellout crowd.

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