General Admission seating: 892
VIP Chairback seating: 106
Disabled/companion seating: 8
Largest Crowd: 1,212 - Sacramento State vs. California (March 30, 2013)
Rye-Fescue mix grass (outfield)
Outfield dimensions: 200 (LF), 220 (Center), 200 (RF)
Shea Stadium was built in the fall of 1986 by the hard work of Irene Shea, who had just agreed to take over the program as head coach, and assistant coaches Jim Beitia and Alan Segal. The new field included a concrete backstop, a permanent outfield fence, new concrete dugouts and a re-leveled and sodded playing surface. It was the site of the 1987 NCAA Div. II West Regionals where over 1,000 fans attended the two-day event, as well as the 1995 NCAA Div. I West Regionals. In 2002, Shea Stadium was renovated to include permanent stadium seating with 106 VIP chairbacks and 800 general admission seats. The project also included new sunken dugouts and an enclosed, lighted, two-lane batting cage.