Conaty Park

Conaty Park is home to the Division I Bulldogs throughout the year, for both fall and spring sports seasons.  Located on Bryant's beautiful 387 acre campus, Conaty Park is located between the Bryant Softball Complex and Sutton Field, formerly the summer home of the New England Patriots.

The field's dimensions go 330' down the left and right field
lines, 385' to the right and left centerfield gaps and 400' to straight away center field. It is equipped with step-down dugouts, bullpensdown each line with two mounds, and a hittingcage down the left field line just outside of the fence next to the bullpen.

In addition to hosting several Northeast-10 Conference tournament games, Conaty Park hosted the 2004 NCAA Division II Baseball Northeast Regional Championship, won by the Bulldogs 2004 was a year of firsts for the Bulldogs that included their first time hosting the Regional Championship, as well as winning their first Regional Championship, advancing them further than any other Bryant athletics team up until that point.

A new hitting cage area was added to the baseball field during the spring of 2008. The area includes two batting tunnels (75 ft. length), four tee/drill stations and a storage area for field screens and equipment.

Conaty Park was built and first played on in the 2000 season.
A recently installed laser-graded infield provides the Bulldogs with one of the finest playing surfaces in the Northeast.

In addition to hosting several Northeast-10 Conference Tournament games, Conaty Park was home to the 2004 NCAA Division II Baseball Northeast Regional Championship, won by the Bulldogs.

In 2016, the Bulldogs baseball team enjoyed the comforts of a renovated locker room within the Conaty Indoor Athletic Center. The new locker room features 40 lockers for the players that include storage for equipment and a locked area of personal items. The new room also includes couch seating, surround sound, a flat screen TV for entertainment and learning, six shower stalls, a bathroom, a full coaches locker room and a storage area. 



Each player has their own stall for storage of their gear and equipment and a flat screen television provides the players with entertainment and learning opportunities.

In 2012, thanks to the generous contributions of alumnus Bill Conaty '67, the Bryant Baseball and Softball complex was transformed into a first-class Division I facility.

The facility includes bleacher seating for 500, including 200 chairback seats, as well as a new state-of-the-art press box for all in-game operations and broadcasts, turning the facility into arguably the best baseball/softball complex in New England.