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May 18, 2020

Florida State University Outdoor Athletic Facilities

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FSU Mike Martin Baseball Field

Florida State University’s Dick Howser Stadium, dedicated to former head coach Mike Martin, has hosted around four million fans since it opened in 1983. The stadium houses all of the baseball offices. Recently, a new video scoreboard was installed along with a renovated the weight room and a state of the art new light system.

FSU Seminole Soccer Field 

FSU introduced women’s soccer as its 17th varsity sport in 1995. FSU’s new complex started construction in 1998 and hosted its first games later that fall. The Seminole Soccer Complex is regarded as one of the nation’s best fields with the new top-playing surface that it has. 

FSU Mike Long Track

This track is known as one of the best facilities in the South. Interestingly enough, it happens to be in the same place since 1957. This makes it the longest-tenured home among current FSU athletic facilities. In the 2013 season, the 400-meter track and its runways were wholly resurfaced. The 22,000-square foot home includes offices, conference rooms, and an expansive press box on the second floor. The first floor houses a state-of-the-art training room, new hot and cold tubs, training space, and offices. The student-athletes have access to a cozy lounge, where they often study before practice.  

FSU JoAnne Graf Softball Field

The JoAnne Graf Field at the Seminole Softball Complex is a state-of-the-art facet in every way. The all-inclusive complex consists of locker rooms, meeting rooms, and one of the best playing surfaces anywhere in the nation. The field opened in 1999, to which they have recorded 553 victories in their 20 years. 

Source: https://seminoles.com/sports/athletic-center/facilities/the-coyle-e-moore-athletics-center/