In 2004 a new entrance to Page Stadium was completed to help beautify and enhance the great traditions and successes enjoyed by the LMU Baseball program. We wanted this to become a landmark for families and friends to gather before and after games. This is named "Pride Park" and it has become a perpetual place for alums, families, and friends to help support the baseball program.
Pride Park consists of a brick infield with concrete benches surrounding the area. LMU"s West Coast Conference Championship teams, NCAA tournament appearances, and those who have had their jersey numbers retired will be recognized on the benches. There is plenty of room for future honorees to etch their names in LMU Baseball history.
Already many alums, families, and friends of the program have placed their names in bricks around the park, this is a great opportunity for you to do the same. All proceeds of your donation go to help support the LMU Baseball program. Please join the many that have already supported the program through this project.
For more information on Pride Park, please contact Brian Luft at 310-338-7853 or email@example.com.
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