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SBD/August 13, 2014/Facilities
Lounge Singers: Mississippi State Reveals Master Plan For Upgrades To Dudy Noble Field
Published August 13, 2014
TOP NOTCH: Oklahoma State baseball coach Josh Holliday said the school has designed a new ballpark to replace the 33-year-old Allie P. Reynolds Stadium, and the new venue is "beautiful." Holliday: "We continue to work to raise the money necessary to get a shovel in the ground. That’s been an ongoing process for the last couple years … The more support we get, it happens faster." He added, "It’s a pretty substantial facility, so it’s obviously something that’s going to be when it’s all said and done pretty grand in terms of encompassing luxury seating, the seating bowl itself, the design itself. ... We think it will put us at the top of college baseball" (OKLAHOMAN, 8/12).