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Boeve Baseball Stadium Makes Debut

The Boeve Baseball Stadium at Hope College made its debut in 2008.

The stadium is named in honor of Ronald Boeve, Hope College class of 1953 and an assistant baseball coach for nearly a quarter of century, and his wife Sonja (Sunny). Read press release

Except for a fencing upgrade, the oustanding playing field remains as it was. The project included the installation of permanent stands for fans, a new press box and dugouts. Fans have an unobstructed view of the playing field. The seating accommodates approximately 300 fans. The area has a patio suitable for tailgating.

A similar renovation has been completed at the college's softball field.