Baseball Field: Amherst Audubon Field

Amherst Audobon Field Field

Amherst Audubon Field, located at the Pepsi Center just across from UB Stadium and Alumni Arena on the other side of Millersport Highway, is the home to the UB baseball team. Construction on the field began shortly after the Bulls joined the Mid-American Conference and made plans to reinstate their baseball program at the Division I level beginning with the 2000 season. Construction was completed in 2001, and the Bulls played their first game on the new field, a 12-5 loss to Northern Illinois, on May 4, 2001. Major renovations to the entire playing surface, including a new drainage system, were completed in the fall of 2002, and the 2003 season marked the first season that Buffalo's entire home schedule was played at Amherst Audubon Field. The dimensions of the field measure 330 feet down the right and left field lines, 380 feet in the gaps and 400 feet to straightaway center.


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