CMU – Theunissen Stadium
Opened in 2002, the 2,046-seat facility welcomes spectators and players alike with an impressive brick exterior. From there, players enjoy an expansive locker room and clubhouse area and a plush playing surface.
The clubhouse features a lounge with several televisions and photographs depicting former CMU All-Americans and alumni who have gone on to play in the major leagues.
Fencing was added to an adjacent diamond beyond the first base stands in 2010, creating a fully-functional practice field. Aesthetic improvements were also made during the 2010 season to the dugouts and facility walls.
Fans soak in the CMU Chippewa game-day atmosphere from seating that hugs the field and provides excellent sight lines of the action. Located behind the backstop are 400 chairback seats, while bleacher-style seating follows the first-base and third-base lines.
A spacious press box, which includes two radio booths, overlooks home plate and assists the local and regional media in their coverage of the CMU Chippewas.
Bullpens are located adjacent to the dugouts and removed from the actual playing surface, while batting cages have been constructed behind the first-base grandstand.