Facilities & Directions
Dudy Noble Field/Polk-DeMent Stadium
In the fall of 2014 Mississippi State Athletics unveiled the Dudy Noble Field Master Plan, an ambitious $55 million facility project that aims to remake the Bulldogs’ home ballpark into the finest in college baseball.
The Dudy Noble Field Master Plan features a new double-tiered grandstand with chairback seating, an elevated concourse that encircles the playing field and allows a constant view of the game action, welcoming entry plazas, spacious restrooms, concessions, a kids’ play area, berm seating, upgraded field lighting, HD video board, team areas (clubhouse, training room, equipment room, etc.) and dramatically improved aesthetics.
The Jackson, Miss., design team of Wier Boerner Allin Architecture and national baseball stadium experts Populous, in consultation with MSU alum Janet Marie Smith, produced the proposed Dudy Noble Field Master Plan concept. Populous has designed 20 of Major League Baseball’s current 30 ballparks, in addition to TD Ameritrade Park Omaha, home of the NCAA Men’s College World Series.