Marian University Ballpark

The Marian University Ballpark is home to the eight-time Mid-Central College Conference (now Crossroads League) champion Knights baseball program. The storied tradition's home park has served as the host site for the NAIA Regional Tournament and IHSAA Regional play. The stadium features lights for evening games and wooden bleachers for a traditional ballpark experience.

In 2009, the stadium was fitted with a new state-of-the-art Daktronics scoreboard just beyond the left field fence, while in 2014 the safety of the players was reinforced with the addition of fencing in front of the dugouts. In addition, the park was fitted with new windscreens showing the latest information on Marian University athletics as well as our logo.

In late 2014, the team clubhouse, housed within the press box building, was updated with new lockers, carpeting and a fresh coat of paint. The ballpark has been a mainstay on MU's campus and is one of the more traditional ballparks in all of collegiate baseball.

Quick Facts
  • Built: 1980
  • Renovated: 2005 (infield)
  • Surface: Natural grass
  • Dimensions: Lines - 330; Gaps - 375; Center - 395 (feet)
  • Bleacher capacity: 1,000
  • Press box phone number: 317.955.6790


  • Bullpens on each line with two mounds for warmups
  • A full-sized batting cage for batting practice and instructional purposes
  • Two-tier press box with an operations room containing scoreboard, public address and other operational equipment
  • Full-sized locker room for team meetings; updated in 2014 (upper level)
  • Full-sized locker room for coaches (upper level)
  • Luxury suite for entertainment purposes (upper level)
  • Separate booth for game-day operations (upper level)
  • Recently installed windows for optimal viewing (upper level)
  • Fully functional restrooms for men and women (lower level)
  • Full-sized locker room for officials (lower level)
  • Fully functional concessions area (lower level)
  • Garage area for storage of maintenance equipment (lower level)


View from behind the plate The press box
The home dugout The scoreboard
Away dugout and windscreen The clubhouse and lockers