Oct. 6, 2019, was a historic day for Springfield College baseball. It marked the conclusion of the exciting baseball alumni reunion and the dedication of the ability field, now named Aschermann Family Field in honor of Kurt Aschermann ’71. The day also marked the first opportunity for alumni, parents, and friends to leave their mark on Springfield College baseball in a new and thrilling way. 

Since Phase I of Archie Allen Field was completed in 2018, many generous donors have been hard at work raising support for Phase II, which includes grandstand seating, production-quality lighting, and a press box. 

Springfield College is now offering an exclusive opportunity for supporters to put their own mark on our state-of-the-art new baseball facility, Archie Allen Field. For each $1,000 investment in Phase II construction of Archie Allen Field, you are invited to name a seat. Naming one of the 438 grandstand seats will leave a lasting legacy in one of our outstanding athletics facilities.

Your name, or another name of your choice, and a personal message will be on a visible part of Springfield College history. Messages will be attached to the front of a seat and can include up to two lines, with 30 characters per line, including spaces and punctuation. Each named seat will include the Springfield College athletics “S” logo.

Your gift may be paid over two years. Seat-naming gifts are 100 percent tax deductible as allowed by law.

For more information, please contact Joe Long at (413) 748-3775 or hlong@springfield.edu.
If you’d like to make your gift by mail, please use the enclosed form. If you would like to make your gift online, please visit springfield.edu/archieallenfield.