< Back to Projects

The University of Mississippi Oxford-University Stadium

CDFL’s first Southeastern Conference baseball facility, the home of the Ole Miss Rebels, was opened in 1989. Selected as an NCAA tournament site in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2014, this complex has been used as a model for new baseball facilities through the country.

The Phase II expansion, completed prior to the 2009 season, increased the chair-back seating count from 2,951 to 6,055 seats, including 888 club-level seats, and pushed the overall capacity to 10,323. Included in the expansion were new restrooms, concessions, locker rooms, team room, club level, press box, bullpens, and expanded left field and right field seating areas.

Phase II also brought changes to the stadium’s campus face. Sheathed in colonial brick and limestone veneer, the new image pays homage to the University’s American Greek Revival architecture and unites the facility with nearby academic buildings.

Photography by Jeffrey Jacobs Photography

+ is a dynamic team working together

Matthew_BuchananMatthew Buchanan, Architect
jesseJesse Browning, Electrical Engineer
Katie Jo ChaneKatie Jo Chane, Interior Designer
“It’s no doubt that CDFL made an impact in our recruiting.”

– Mike Bianco, Ole Miss Baseball Head Coach

“It’s the best we’ve been in, not just the environment and being tough to play in, but the looks, the aesthetics. Everything’s done right.”

– David Perno, former Georgia Baseball Head Coach

“Oxford-University Stadium is the best on-campus baseball atmosphere in the country.”

– Mark Etheridge, SEBaseball.com

“I may have found the perfect setting for college baseball.”

– Eric Sorenson, College Baseball Today

Video Testimonial

by the numbers


Overall capacity


Number of chair-back seating


Number of times the stadium has been selected as an NCAA tournament site

Fun Fact:

Built on old Oxford High School football field