Kendall Murray Baseball Field
Built in 1971, Kendall Murray Field serves as the home field for the Pioneer baseball team. The field, which drops four feet from ground level to give it a stadium feel, features dimensions of 330 feet down the lines, 375 feet to the power alleys, and 400 feet to center. A blue wind screen in the outfield is topped by orange fence caps, giving the facility a striking appearance in the Pioneers' school colors. The stadium is named after Kendall Murray, the Pioneers’ all-time leader in strikeouts who died shortly after his senior season in 1975. The original Kendall Murray Field Field was in front of Williams Fieldhouse and served as the Pioneer home for 29 years before closing in 2005.