A home run for the home team

Artist's rendering of the proposed baseball field.
Artist's rendering of the proposed baseball field.

Nebraska Wesleyan baseball and softball teams will soon have new home fields. In a public-private partnership with Lincoln Youth Complex (LYC), NWU will have dedicated stadiums at the new youth baseball and softball complex near downtown Lincoln. This marks a significant upgrade for game days in Lincoln.

Since joining the American Rivers Conference in their 2017 seasons, Prairie Wolves softball and baseball facilities have lagged behind their A-R-C rivals. As both teams improve year over year, it is time for their facilities to match their goals: top in the conference and beyond.

NWU Baseball and NWU Softball each will have a dedicated field during the season. Though the fields are not on campus, they’ll create a home field advantage with Prairie Wolves branding on the fields, dugouts and scoreboards.

The new home for NWU baseball and softball will also increase NWU’s visibility in Lincoln and as a national destination for collegiate athletes. In its prime location at the intersection of I-180 and Cornhusker Highway, LYC will be a game-changer. Young baseball and softball players from all over the country will see and play on the Prairie Wolves fields during national youth tournaments each summer. Nebraska Wesleyan coaches and players will also serve local youth by offering baseball and softball programming for young people who may not otherwise have access to the sports.

Naming opportunities

This project includes exciting naming opportunities:

Baseball Naming Opportunities:

NWU Baseball Stadium – $750,000

NWU Baseball Field – $300,000

Foul Poles – $200,000

Dugout – $100,000 each

Batting Cage – $50,000 each

Bullpen – $50,000 each

Softball Naming Opportunities:

NWU Softball Stadium – $500,000

NWU Softball Field – $200,000

Foul Poles – $100,000

Dugout – $50,000 each

Batting Cage – $25,000 each

Bullpen – $25,000 each


 Join the Prairie Wolves’ lineup and donate to the Lincoln Youth Complex today!

Donate to Lincoln Youth Complex

Any questions? Please contact Susy Miller at (402) 465-2188 or smiller4 [at] nebrwesleyan.edu.