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    Lutcher

    43

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    St. Amant

    57

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    67

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    55

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    Christian Life

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    24

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    49

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    Vernado

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    Live Oak

    28

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    St. John

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    Ascension Catholic

    34

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    30

    Catholic - B.R.

    38

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    28

    Denham Springs

    24

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    30

    Louisiana School for Deaf

    61

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  • Belaire

    16

    Lutcher

    43

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    28

    Catholic - P.C.

    64

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Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field ranked No. 1 in listing of top 10 college baseball stadiums

Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field ranked No. 1 in listing of top 10 college baseball stadiums
Photo provided by staff
LSU

POSTED: Monday, August 5, 2013 - 10:00pm

UPDATED: Monday, August 5, 2013 - 10:45pm

LSU’s Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field is ranked No. 1 in a listing of the Top 10 College Baseball Stadiums published by College Baseball Daily.

 

The other stadiums appearing in the Top 10 are No. 2 Dudy Noble Field (Mississippi State), No. 3 Dick Howser Stadium (Florida State), No. 4 Baum Stadium (Arkansas), No. 5 Haymarket Park (Nebraska), No. 6 Carolina Stadium (South Carolina), No. 7 Doug Kingsmore Stadium (Clemson), No. 8 Swayze Field (Ole Miss), No. 9 PK Park (Oregon) and No. 10 Medlar Park (Penn State).

 

LSU in 2013 led the nation in attendance for the 18th straight season, posting an NCAA-record figure of 473,298 in 43 games in Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field. The Tigers’ total attendance mark was nearly 200,000 greater than second-place Mississippi State (281,840).

 

LSU in 2013 was also No. 1 in average attendance for the 17th time in 18 years, recording a figure of 11,006 tickets sold per game. LSU sold over 10,000 tickets for 40 of its 43 games in Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field.

 

LSU established a school single-game record for actual attendance on June 8 when 11,401 fans witnessed the Tigers' Super Regional win over Oklahoma that clinched a berth in the College World Series. The Tigers’ paid attendance figure of 12,727 for the LSU-South Carolina game on April 27 also established a school record.

 

To see the College Baseball Daily article, visit the link below:

http://www.collegebaseballdaily.com/2013/08/02/top-10-college-baseball-s...

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