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Nittany Lion Softball Park Index
On a weekly/bi-weekly basis, photos of the ongoing construction project of the Nittany Lion Softball team's new park will continue until completion, which is set for Spring 2011.
Main preparation outside the stadium, including parking lots, landscaping and entrance way work, has nearly been completed. The final light stanchions on the first-base side were put up in late October.
The brickwork and concrete laying began in late September and continued into October. The fencing around the field has also been completed and HVAC work around the park has begun as well. Work on the press box behind home plate began in September as well with steel and bricks going up.
In September, sod has been laid down on the field and the main building has been closed. Masonry work on the building will begin shortly, while the construction of the press box has begun. The stadium has really begun to take shape.
The Aug. 17 update includes the formation of the bullpens, outdoor batting cages and field maintenance.
Updates from July 26 and 27, where the new lighting system was installed. The playing surface, Beard Field, was leveled out, the dugouts are visible and construction on the main structure to the team facility is still being worked on.
|March 29-April 1, 2010||Photo Gallery|
|April 5-7, 2010||Photo Gallery|
|April 23, 2010||Photo Gallery|
|May 7, 2010||Photo Gallery|
|May 19, 2010||Photo Gallery|
|June 3, 2010||Photo Gallery||Video|
|June 17, 2010||Photo Gallery|
|July 26-27, 2010||Photo Gallery|
|August 4, 2010||Video|
|August 17, 2010||Photo Gallery|
|September 2, 2010||Photo Gallery|
|October 8, 2010||Photo Gallery|
|November 2, 2010||Photo Gallery|
|NEW!November 22, 2010||Video|
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