William R. Bowdoin Field is named after the former chairman of the Berry College Board of Trustees, who held that post from 1960-84. Built in 1988 to coincide with the resurrection of Berry’s baseball program, Bowdoin Field has undergone extensive renovations in the past several years to become a premier small college baseball facility.
In the summer of 2004, the most dramatic changes took place. The press box facility, which includes restrooms and a concession stand on the lower level, as well as plenty of space for print and electronic journalists and a new office for Berry head coach David Beasley on the top level, was built. Also, a new net backstop was installed, replacing the previous fence backstop.
Prior to the 2006 season a new grandstand seating just over 600 fans was completed. Lights were installed during the 2007 season.
Rightfield Line: 330 feet
Right-Centerfield: 375 feet
Centerfield: 400 feet
Left-Centerfield: 375 feet
Leftfield Line: 330 feet