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Doak Field - {CATEGORY}

Doak Field (or The Doak) opened in 1966 as home to the North Carolina State University Wolfpack baseball team. The stadium is located in Raleigh, North Carolina on NC State's West Campus, behind Lee and Sullivan residence halls. Doak Field hosted the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament for baseball in 1974 and in 1980. The NC State team took the championship in 1974 and Clemson University won in 1980. In May 2004 the stadium underwent a $6 million renovation which included leveling the playing field, a new drainage system, new grandstands, a new pressbox, and new concessions and bathroom facilities. The student section of the grandstands along the third base line is known as Avent's Army. It was named for NC State baseball coach Elliott Avent.

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Address: Raleigh, NC

Capacity: 2200

Surface: Grass

Tenants: North Carolina State University (NCAA baseball)

Operator: North Carolina State University

Opened: 1966

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Doak Field - {CATEGORY}

Doak Field (or The Doak) opened in 1966 as home to the North Carolina State University Wolfpack baseball team. The stadium is located in Raleigh, North Carolina on NC State's West Campus, behind Lee and Sullivan residence halls. Doak Field hosted the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament for baseball in 1974 and in 1980. The NC State team took the championship in 1974 and Clemson University won in 1980. In May 2004 the stadium underwent a $6 million renovation which included leveling the playing field, a new drainage system, new grandstands, a new pressbox, and new concessions and bathroom facilities. The student section of the grandstands along the third base line is known as Avent's Army. It was named for NC State baseball coach Elliott Avent.

Doak Field - {CATEGORY}

Doak Field (or The Doak) opened in 1966 as home to the North Carolina State University Wolfpack baseball team. The stadium is located in Raleigh, North Carolina on NC State's West Campus, behind Lee and Sullivan residence halls. Doak Field hosted the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament for baseball in 1974 and in 1980. The NC State team took the championship in 1974 and Clemson University won in 1980. In May 2004 the stadium underwent a $6 million renovation which included leveling the playing field, a new drainage system, new grandstands, a new pressbox, and new concessions and bathroom facilities. The student section of the grandstands along the third base line is known as Avent's Army. It was named for NC State baseball coach Elliott Avent.

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