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On April 2, 2013, Golden Gopher Baseball started a new chapter in its rich history. A grand opening was held for the newly constructed Siebert Field with the first game set that same week for April 5 against Ohio State. New Siebert Field, which was built on the existing field, broke ground on June 18, 2012. A $7.2 million project raised primarily by donations, completed field work on Sept. 30, while the full project was completed by Dec. 28. Only 291 calendar days elapsed since the groundbreaking to the home opener.

A sign of the times as the previous Siebert Field had natural grass, new Siebert has Mondo Sports Turf throughout the entire field, with the exception of clay at the mound and home plate. Seating 1,420, the facility also has three berm seating areas with two along both dugouts and another beyond the left field wall.

Siebert Field Facts:
 Arrow Total project cost - $7.2 million
 Arrow Broke ground, June 18, 2012
 Arrow Field completed for team's fall practice on Sept. 30, 2012
 Arrow Facility ready for first game - April 5, 2013 v. Ohio State Buckeyes
 Arrow Seats - Total 1,420 (494 Chair back, 902 Bench seats, 24 ADA)
 Arrow Additional seating available on two grass berms inside the stadium, and one beyond left field wall
 Arrow Dimensions:  Left Field 330', Left Field Power Alley 365', Center Field 390', Right Field Power Alley 365', Right Field 330'
 Arrow Playing surface - MONDO Sport Turf, Ecofill (copyright) Pro Series 3NX FTS; All areas turf except for home plate and mound, clay
 Arrow New Daktronics Scoreboard  - 36' W x 30' H, which includes a 23' W x 12' H video board
 Arrow Two points of access with ticket booths off of 8th St. SE and 5th St. SE pedestrian bridge
 Arrow Even though Siebert is an artificial turf field, the site includes over 4100 sq. yards of new sod
 Arrow General Contractor - PCL Construction, Inc. – Minneapolis
 Arrow Architect - DLR Group - Minneapolis
 Arrow Phase II (TBD) - Will include indoor training facility, lights, home and visitor locker rooms, offices, umpires locker room and canopy

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