Wagner College Stadium

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Wagner College Stadium
Former names Fischer Memorial Stadium
Location One Campus Road
Staten Island, New York 10301
Owner Wagner College
Operator The Wagner College Department of Athletics
Capacity 3,300
Surface FieldTurf
Broke ground 1967
Opened 1967
Renovated 1998
Construction cost $2.5 million (1997 renovation)[1]
Wagner College (NCAA) (1967–present)

Wagner College Stadium is a 3,500-seat multi-purpose stadium located on the campus of Wagner College in Staten Island, New York.[2] Opened in 1967, the stadium is used for football, men's lacrosse, women's lacrosse, and track & field. Hameline Field has 400 premium seat back chairs located at midfield. Below the stadium is a field house featuring several locker rooms, a training room, an equipment room, and public facilities. Surrounding the field is a six-lane synthetic track, allowing the college to play host to many major track & field events. The stadium was renovated as part of a $13 million addition to the campus facilities in 1998. In 2006, the stadium's natural grass field was replaced with state-of-the-art FieldTurf, a synthetic grass playing surface.

In 2012, the playing surface was named Hameline Field in honor of long-time athletic director and head football coach Walt Hameline. In 2013, lights were added to the stadium, and the football and women's soccer teams played home night games for the first time.

See also


  1. ^ http://www.wagnerathletics.com/sports/2008/7/28/_0728082649.aspx?tab=facilities
  2. ^ "Wagner College Stadium". stadiumjourney.com. Retrieved 2017-08-01.

External links

  • Wagner College Stadium

Coordinates: 40°37′03″N 74°05′41″W / 40.617406°N 74.094822°W / 40.617406; -74.094822

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