A group of NWU softball and baseball players and coaches with shovels.
A home run for the home teams

Donor Support

Thank you to these generous donors for supporting the new baseball and softball stadiums:

Acklie Charitable Foundation

Hollis Anderson (‘69)

Julie M. Anderson (’97) and L. Anthony Gomez

Bill ('74) and Julie Ashburn

Bison, Inc.

Kevin (’74) and Deborah Boatright

John (’75) and Dr. Sarah Crose

Dave (’77) and Terry (’78) (Kloefkorn) Hansen

Brad (’73) and Peg (’75) Hurrell Family

Dr. Darrin and Diana Good

Dan ('77) and Carol Klaus

Gene Lessman (‘77)

Lincoln Babe Ruth Baseball Association

Steve (’71) and Robin (’72) McKelvey

Vidette Bullock Mixon (‘74)

Steve (’72) and Teresa Pratt

Frank (’84) and Barb Svoboda

A home run for the home teams

Aerial view of the park grounds showing the dirt work completed.
With the dirt work completed, the sports complex is ready for the next phase of construction.

Construction is underway on Nebraska Wesleyan's new baseball and softball fields. In a public-private partnership with Sandhills Global Youth Complex, NWU will have dedicated championship fields at the new youth baseball and softball complex near downtown Lincoln with opening games slated for Spring 2025. 

The new home for NWU baseball and softball increases 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, Sandhills Global Youth Complex 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. And, 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.

Join the Prairie Wolves lineup and support the new baseball and softball fields today. For information on the naming opportunities listed below, please contact Susy Miller at (402) 465-2188 or smiller4 [at] nebrwesleyan.edu (smiller4[at]nebrwesleyan[dot]edu).

Naming opportunities

This project includes exciting naming opportunities:

Baseball Naming Opportunities:

Baselines - $25,000/year for 10 years

Foul Poles – $10,000/year for 5 years

Dugouts – $5,000/year for 10 years

Softball Naming Opportunities:

Baselines – $25,000/year for 10 years

Foul Poles – $10,000/year for 5 years

Dugouts – $5,000/year for 10 years


In addition, there will also be recognition on the Gamer Changer electronic display in the Weary Center on the NWU campus and recognition on the youth complex donor sign.

Donate to new baseball and softball fields

Gifts of all amounts are welcome and appreciated!