Central Michigan can boast of some of the top facilities in the Mid-American Conference.
Theunissen Stadium, named after former coach and CMU Hall of Fame member Bill Theunissen, was unveiled in 2002 and has provided the Chippewas with a true home-field advantage ever since.
With seating for 2,046 fans, including 400 chair back seats, a pair of batting cages, a spacious home clubhouse and dugout, and a press box that includes two radio booths, Theunissen Stadium provides a friendly environment for both the Chippewas and visitors.
The stadium also allows the Chippewas to host an array of camps and clinics, as well as high school and traveling team games, during the offseason. Fully equipped with a second practice field on site, the facility provides every opportunity for the development of Central Michigan's student-athletes.
The baseball team also uses the the Indoor Athletic Complex. The IAC houses the weight room, Dick Enberg Academic Center, team meeting room and turf bay. The academic center allows student-athletes access to more than 25 student tutors and mentors. There also is a computer lab with 31 work stations, five tutor rooms, a quiet study room that is monitored at all times and the offices of the full-time academic staff.
Service animals only are permitted in the facility.