Louisiana State University Tiger Park

Designed as the premier collegiate softball stadium and training complex, Trahan Architects’ stadium for the LSU softball team was conceptualized as an ensemble of masonry pavilions set in a sculpted landscape. A series of arcing vectors organize the stadium’s built and landform elements – including seating for 1,200, the building, its concourse, grass berms, and circulation – and focus the entire complex on the center of action. The program also includes press, concessions, retail and a team clubhouse.

Location
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Date
2009

Size
35,000 SF

Project Team
Trey Trahan, Brad McWhirter, Kris Chebul, Ben Rath

Collaborators
CSRS, Inc., LYBD, Inc., Associated Design Group, Inc., Joseph Furr Design Studio

Tags
Athletics

“There’s no question that this stadium will have the most character of any stadium in the country—the berm, the location, the arches, the architecture— it’s phenomenal. I couldn’t be prouder of it. The new Tiger Park is going to be a jewel in the realm of college softball.”

-LSU Head Coach Yvette Girouard

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