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Centennial Field - {CATEGORY}

Centennial Field is the name of two sports facilities at the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont. One is used for baseball and the other is now primarily used for men's and women's soccer after once also serving as the home field for the school's football and lacrosse teams. The baseball field is also the home of the Vermont Lake Monsters minor league baseball team. The field takes its name, Centennial Field, from the fact that the land on which it was built was dedicated to its current purpose on July 6, 1904, at the conclusion of the three-day celebration of the 100th anniversary of UVM's first graduating class. It officially opened on April 17, 1906 with UVM's 10-4 victory over the University of Maine. Larry Gardner was the first batter for UVM. Future-Boston Red Sox pitcher Ray Collins started the game for Vermont and threw the first pitch at the ballpark. Gardner and Collins are among 10 former Catamounts to reach the major leagues, the latest being Kirk McCaskill, who hurled for the Angels and White Sox from 1985 to 1995. In addition to the baseball field, the adjacent soccer field was home to the University of Vermont football team until 1974, and UVM's men's and women's lacrosse teams in the 1990s through 2006. The school's men's soccer team has played there since 1975 and the women have played there since 1995. This stadium seats 5,000 and drew America East record crowds during the 1989 postseason when UVM advanced to the NCAA Men's Soccer Championship East Regional Finals. Vermont hosts the long-running Smith Barney Men's Soccer Classic that has featured many national powers including UCLA, Stanford, Old Dominion, San Francisco, New Mexico and North Carolina. Its recent women's soccer tournament has featured Indiana, Notre Dame and Villanova. On occasion, Centennial Field hosts the Vermont boy's and girl's high school soccer championships. During the era the Catamounts had a football team, Centennial Field had stands on both sides of the gridiron and UVM's game with UMass in 1966 had a record crowd of 10,000 fans. Vermont that season featured Little All-American halfback Bobby Mitchell and UMass had future NFL QB Greg Landry. The football field also was the home to several Vermont high school state championship games. The baseball ballpark was part of the sports complex constructed as part of the UVM Centennial celebration. The original wooden baseball bleachers burned on March 12, 1913. The current concrete and steel main grandstand was erected in 1922. Today, it seats 4,415 for baseball. Common treats at Vermont Lake Monsters home games include Dippin' Dots, grilled foods, and Rhino Foods' Chessters. The first UVM hockey game was played on Centennial Field. The field's large foul territory comes from the running track that at one time circled the park.

Practical Information

Address: University Road, Burlington, VT 05401

Capacity: 4415

Surface: grass

Opened: 1906

Expanded: 1995

Renovated: 1922

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Centennial Field - {CATEGORY}

Centennial Field is the name of two sports facilities at the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont. One is used for baseball and the other is now primarily used for men's and women's soccer after once also serving as the home field for the school's football and lacrosse teams. The baseball field is also the home of the Vermont Lake Monsters minor league baseball team. The field takes its name, Centennial Field, from the fact that the land on which it was built was dedicated to its current purpose on July 6, 1904, at the conclusion of the three-day celebration of the 100th anniversary of UVM's first graduating class. It officially opened on April 17, 1906 with UVM's 10-4 victory over the University of Maine. Larry Gardner was the first batter for UVM. Future-Boston Red Sox pitcher Ray Collins started the game for Vermont and threw the first pitch at the ballpark. Gardner and Collins are among 10 former Catamounts to reach the major leagues, the latest being Kirk McCaskill, who hurled for the Angels and White Sox from 1985 to 1995. In addition to the baseball field, the adjacent soccer field was home to the University of Vermont football team until 1974, and UVM's men's and women's lacrosse teams in the 1990s through 2006. The school's men's soccer team has played there since 1975 and the women have played there since 1995. This stadium seats 5,000 and drew America East record crowds during the 1989 postseason when UVM advanced to the NCAA Men's Soccer Championship East Regional Finals. Vermont hosts the long-running Smith Barney Men's Soccer Classic that has featured many national powers including UCLA, Stanford, Old Dominion, San Francisco, New Mexico and North Carolina. Its recent women's soccer tournament has featured Indiana, Notre Dame and Villanova. On occasion, Centennial Field hosts the Vermont boy's and girl's high school soccer championships. During the era the Catamounts had a football team, Centennial Field had stands on both sides of the gridiron and UVM's game with UMass in 1966 had a record crowd of 10,000 fans. Vermont that season featured Little All-American halfback Bobby Mitchell and UMass had future NFL QB Greg Landry. The football field also was the home to several Vermont high school state championship games. The baseball ballpark was part of the sports complex constructed as part of the UVM Centennial celebration. The original wooden baseball bleachers burned on March 12, 1913. The current concrete and steel main grandstand was erected in 1922. Today, it seats 4,415 for baseball. Common treats at Vermont Lake Monsters home games include Dippin' Dots, grilled foods, and Rhino Foods' Chessters. The first UVM hockey game was played on Centennial Field. The field's large foul territory comes from the running track that at one time circled the park.

Centennial Field - {CATEGORY}

Centennial Field is the name of two sports facilities at the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont. One is used for baseball and the other is now primarily used for men's and women's soccer after once also serving as the home field for the school's football and lacrosse teams. The baseball field is also the home of the Vermont Lake Monsters minor league baseball team. The field takes its name, Centennial Field, from the fact that the land on which it was built was dedicated to its current purpose on July 6, 1904, at the conclusion of the three-day celebration of the 100th anniversary of UVM's first graduating class. It officially opened on April 17, 1906 with UVM's 10-4 victory over the University of Maine. Larry Gardner was the first batter for UVM. Future-Boston Red Sox pitcher Ray Collins started the game for Vermont and threw the first pitch at the ballpark. Gardner and Collins are among 10 former Catamounts to reach the major leagues, the latest being Kirk McCaskill, who hurled for the Angels and White Sox from 1985 to 1995. In addition to the baseball field, the adjacent soccer field was home to the University of Vermont football team until 1974, and UVM's men's and women's lacrosse teams in the 1990s through 2006. The school's men's soccer team has played there since 1975 and the women have played there since 1995. This stadium seats 5,000 and drew America East record crowds during the 1989 postseason when UVM advanced to the NCAA Men's Soccer Championship East Regional Finals. Vermont hosts the long-running Smith Barney Men's Soccer Classic that has featured many national powers including UCLA, Stanford, Old Dominion, San Francisco, New Mexico and North Carolina. Its recent women's soccer tournament has featured Indiana, Notre Dame and Villanova. On occasion, Centennial Field hosts the Vermont boy's and girl's high school soccer championships. During the era the Catamounts had a football team, Centennial Field had stands on both sides of the gridiron and UVM's game with UMass in 1966 had a record crowd of 10,000 fans. Vermont that season featured Little All-American halfback Bobby Mitchell and UMass had future NFL QB Greg Landry. The football field also was the home to several Vermont high school state championship games. The baseball ballpark was part of the sports complex constructed as part of the UVM Centennial celebration. The original wooden baseball bleachers burned on March 12, 1913. The current concrete and steel main grandstand was erected in 1922. Today, it seats 4,415 for baseball. Common treats at Vermont Lake Monsters home games include Dippin' Dots, grilled foods, and Rhino Foods' Chessters. The first UVM hockey game was played on Centennial Field. The field's large foul territory comes from the running track that at one time circled the park.

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