Nestled next to the athletics building, a dedicated set of baseball seats.
The field looks out over the city of Hoboken.
Eventually, Stevens sold off the Elysian Fields for residential and commercial development, but he started a school, now known as Stevens Institute of Technology, atop the hill that overlooked Castle Point. The school is regarded as one of the top engineering institutions in the United States.
Dobbelaar Field is part of the DeBaun Athletic Complex on campus. The field also hosts soccer and lacrosse. The main grandstand (not depicted above) is for soccer, along what is considered the third-base side for baseball. The entire field, located about three blocks south of the Elysian Fields site, received a modern artificial turf surface early in the 21st century.
|49||Wed 2-Apr-2008||Independent||Div III||STEVENS 9, Drew 4|
|57||Sun 21-Feb-2010||Independent||Div III||Staten Island 5, STEVENS 2, 1st|
|58||Sun 21-Feb-2010||Independent||Div III||STEVENS 3, Staten Island 2, 2d|
|71||Sun 27-Feb-2011||Independent||Div III||STEVENS 8, Mount Saint Mary 3|
|77||Sun 1-Apr-2012||Empire 8||Div III||Ithaca 9, STEVENS 2, 1st|