Long time Ranger baseball fans can hardly recognize Glass Family Field at Myers Stadium, which has undergone big changes over the past three years,making it one of the nicest collegiate baseball facilities not only in the state of Oklahoma, but also NCAA Division II. With a brand new clubhouse, permanent grandstand, artificial turf infield, and multi-function pressbox, fans and players alike are treated to a first-class experience.

In the fall of 2012, Glass Family Field at Myers Stadium received additional upgrades, with the addition of permanent batting cages down the left field line. Northwestern baseball players now have access to the new state-of-the-art indoor facility, Dunning Performance Center, which is located south of Myers Stadium.

In the summer of 2015, an outfield watering system was installed by JJ Lane and Jim Lancaster of Double J Systems, LLC. The Dugout Club was a big supporter of the irrigation system and provided much of the funding for the project.


The newest facility to come online is a multi-sport indoor training facility that includes new locker rooms for the women’s soccer and softball teams, a weight lifting room, athletic training room, large turf practice area, two portable pitching mounds, pitching machine and drop down batting nets. The second phase of the renovation was completed in January of 2017. The facility marks a major step forward for Ranger Athletics. Phase one saw new locker rooms for the soccer and softball teams as well as an officials change room that were completed prior to the 2013-14 school year.