Conaty Park Home of Bryant Baseball

Conaty Park is home to the Bryant Baseball team. Located toward the back of Bryant's beautiful 387 acre campus, Conaty Park is located next to Sutton Field, formerly the summer home of the New England Patriots.

The Bryant Baseball Complex opened in 2000 and was renamed Conaty Park at the beginning of the 2012 season. Made possible by the generous donation of Bill '67 and Sue Conaty, Conaty Park immediately became one of the top venues in New England.

L-to-R: Sue Conaty, Bill Conaty '67, President Ronald K. Machtley

Conaty's donation enabled Bryant University to add state-of-the-art stadium seating behind home plate and a state-of-the-art press box to an already superb playing surface.

In the past two years, Conaty Park has received other big upgrades including new wooden dugout benches, padded outfield fences and infra-red heaters in the home dugout.

Other new additions include a four-camera Right View Pro analysis video system, a brand new 175-foot infield tarp, a new Big Bubba Professional home plate cage and new windscreens that encase the batting cages and bullpens.

Conaty Park Facts

Opened: 2000 as Bryant Baseball Complex - 2012 as Conaty Park

Seating Capacity: 500

Playing Surface: Natural Grass

Dimensions: 330-385-400-385-330

Bryant's Home Record: 247-105 (.702)

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Bryant Athletics


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