Tuskegee Baseball Washington Field Renovations Campaign
$600 raised
2% of $25k goal
2 contributors
35 Days left

Greetings my name is Reginald Hollins and I am the Head Baseball Coach at Tuskegee University. Here at Tuskegee we strive for excellence both on and off the diamond. 

In 2012 Tuskegee University’s baseball field was condemned for competition due to NCAA field regulation requirements. We currently play our home games off campus at Paterson Field in Montgomery, AL. 

As I took over head coaching duties in 2016 it has always been priority for me to return all home baseball games to the campus of Tuskegee University. We immediately begin to take action by creating a four phase renovation plan for Tuskegee’s Washington Field. Phases 1 & 2 have been completed. 

Phase 1: consisted of renovations to the batting  cage tunnels, pitching bullpens, and 3rd base side fencing. 

Phase 2: included the revamping of the entire infield. Installation of drainage and irrigation system, laser level technology and sloping of surface, input treated soil, laying of new bermuda sod, game mound, measuring of correct playing dimensions, and input new red clay and crush brick. 

We are now asking for your donation and support to assist with Phase 3. Your donation will help with the installation of a new backstop, outfield fencing and dugout renovations. 

 

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