Park Name: Bill Clarke Field
Tenants: Princeton University Tigers (NCAA Division I- Ivy League)
Address: Western Way and Fitzrandolph Road, Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Dimensions: 325' (L), 400' (C), 315' (R)
The view from behind home plate at Clarke Field.
The view from down the first base line.
The view from down the third base line.
Clarke Field is sunken into a hillside and seating is on, in, and at the base of the hill surrounding the field.
Plastic stadium seats on concrete risers are build into the hill on the first base side of the park.
The press box sits at the top of the hill behind home plate, and weathered park benches run along the top of the hill.
Aluminum bleachers sit at the base of the hill behnd home plate, and fans set up their own chairs behind the wide backstop.
Another set of bleachers runs along the top of the hill on the third base side at Clarke Field.
A smaller set of bleachers sits at the bottom of the hill on the third base side.
Another small set sits in the right field corner of the field.
Tigers fans set up their own seating along the top of the berm, and a booster tent provides food for the players and their families.
The flagpole sits in the right field corner, and flies flags for Princeton and the day's opponent. Princeton Stadium, the school's football stadium, towers over the ballpark.
A monument at the base of the flagpole honors Tigers players who have served in the armed forces.
The above-ground dugouts at Clarke Field.
Batting cages sit in the left field corner of the park, while bullpens are located behind the outfield fence.
Princeton's softball stadium is located on the other side of the hill, and fans on the third base side of the ballpark can watch part of both games.
The outfield fence and evergreen batter's eye.
The scoreboard stands behind the left field wall.
The Princeton University Tigers on the field during a game at Clarke Field.