Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield is set to host multiple Indiana college baseball and softball teams this week. Games begin this afternoon and will feature teams including Indiana University Southeast, Indiana Wesleyan University and Huntington University. March 10, 2015

News Release

WESTFIELD, Ind. – Grand Park is hosting college baseball and softball games Wednesday, March 11th. These games were moved to the synthetic fields at Grand Park, due to unsuitable playing field conditions at their originally scheduled locations.

The following games are currently scheduled for tomorrow:

Baseball:

IU Southeast vs. Indiana Wesleyan at 2pm on D4

Huntington vs. Madonna at 2pm on D3

Franklin vs. Capital at 3pm on D1

Anderson University vs. Depauw at 4pm on D5

Softball:

Indiana Wesleyan vs. Sienna Heights at 1pm on D16

“It's an honor to have the opportunity to host college games on our fields. Although Grand Park was developed for youth sports tournaments, it's great to see that our facilities are attracting high caliber collegiate sport programs as well,” said Westfield Mayor Andy Cook.

Additional college games are tentatively scheduled for this weekend. A detailed schedule will be released later this week once all teams are confirmed.

About Grand Park Sports Campus

Grand Park in Westfield, Indiana, is a destination like no other. The thoughtfully designed 400-acre Grand Park Sports Campus features 26 baseball and softball diamonds, 31 multipurpose fields for soccer, football, rugby, field hockey and lacrosse. An indoor soccer facility will open in 2015 and an indoor basketball/volleyball facility will open in 2016. Grand Park also features an abundance of green space and more than 10 miles of pedestrian/bicycle trails, including the largest trailhead on the Monon Corridor.

More than 1.5 million sports visitors are expected to participate in or attend tournaments and events at the Grand Park Sports Campus on an annual basis making the surrounding area a prime location for economic development. The master plan outlines approximately 1,400 acres of land available for residential and commercial development including hospitality (hotel, restaurant and retail), mixed-use, life science and corporate office uses.

Visit GrandPark.org for more information.

Source: Grand Park Sports Campus

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