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Theunissen Stadium

Surface  Natural grass
Built  2002
Capacity  2,046
Scoreboard  Electronic
Opened  29 March 2002
Theunissen Stadium
Location  West Campus Drive, Mount Pleasant, MI, United States
Operator  Central Michigan University
Field size  330 ft. (LF), 375 ft. (LCF), 400 ft. (CF), 375 ft. (RCF), 330 ft. (RF)
Address  Mt Pleasant, MI 48858, USA
Owner  Central Michigan University
Similar  Central Michigan University, McGuirk Arena, Hyames Field, Oestrike Stadium

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Bill Theunissen Stadium is a baseball venue in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, United States. It is home to the Central Michigan Chippewas baseball team of the NCAA Division I Mid-American Conference. The venue has a capacity of 2,046 spectators and opened in 2002. It is named after Bill Theunissen, former Central Michigan baseball coach, who led the Chippewas to a 151-114-1 record during his tenure (1953–62).


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Following the 2001 season, Theunissen Stadium replaced Central Michigan's old Theunissen Stadium, home to the program since 1948. The old facility's name, changed from Alumni Field in 1986, was kept for the new Bill Theunissen Stadium. The venue's first game came on March 29, 2002, against Ohio. It was formally dedicated during an April 27, 2002, doubleheader against Northern Illinois.

Features and renovations

Features of the facility include 400 chairbacked seats, a press box, message board, electronic scoreboard, outdoor practice area, and the Keilitz Clubhouse. In 2010, fencing was added to the practice facility adjacent to the stadium.


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