Goss Stadium Locker Room Project
Oregon State has established itself as one of the nation’s elite baseball programs, winning back-to-back national championships in 2006 and 2007 and reaching the College World Series in 2013.
Goss Stadium, which has stood on the Oregon State campus since 1907, is now the oldest continuous ballpark in the nation. The Beavers have played at the site of Goss Stadium since the program began play more than 100 years ago.
The stadium has undergone several enhancements in recent years. Prior to the 2009 season, nearly 1,000 seats were added down the left and right field lines and the Omaha Room created seating for approximately 70. Modeled after the club level at football’s Reser Stadium, it can also be used for team banquets and other various events.
The expansion completed a string of stadium upgrades as a video board located in right field was installed prior to the 2007 season. The board was the first of its kind in the then-Pacific-10 Conference. Despite the recent improvements, the baseball program has outgrown its locker room space. In order to meet the growing needs and maintain a competitive advantage for the baseball program, Goss Stadium requires a new home locker room that will be among the finest in the nation. The project will result in a more functional locker room, an expanded equipment room, repurposed team meeting space, recruiting area and main entry point.
For information on the Goss Stadium locker room project, please contact Scott Nelson at 541-737-4295 or firstname.lastname@example.org.