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Dan Law Field

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Location: Lubbock, Texas
Opened:
Capacity: 5,050
Surface: AstroTurf
Dimensions: 330-405-330
Architect:
Additional Notes: Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park
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  • Tenants History
    YearStadium NameTeamLeagueLevelWLPctRankPlayoffs
    2015Dan Law FieldTexas Tech University Red RaidersBig 12 ConferenceNCAA1311.5423
    2014Dan Law FieldTexas Tech University Red RaidersBig 12 ConferenceNCAA1410.5834CWS Final-8,#9 in Nation
    2013Dan Law FieldTexas Tech University Red RaidersBig 12 ConferenceNCAA915.3758
    2012Dan Law FieldTexas Tech University Red RaidersBig 12 ConferenceNCAA717.2929
    2011Dan Law FieldTexas Tech University Red RaidersBig 12 ConferenceNCAA1215.4447
    2010Dan Law FieldTexas Tech University Red RaidersBig 12 ConferenceNCAA1314.4815
    2009Dan Law FieldTexas Tech University Red RaidersBig 12 ConferenceNCAA1215.4447
    2008Dan Law FieldTexas Tech University Red RaidersBig 12 ConferenceNCAA918.33310
    2007Dan Law FieldTexas Tech University Red RaidersBig 12 ConferenceNCAA818.30810
    2006Dan Law FieldTexas Tech University Red RaidersBig 12 ConferenceNCAA916.3608-
    2005Dan Law FieldTexas Tech University Red RaidersBig 12 ConferenceNCAA916.3608-
    2004Dan Law FieldTexas Tech University Red RaidersBig 12 ConferenceNCAA179.6543CWS Regionals
    2003Dan Law FieldTexas Tech University Red RaidersBig 12 ConferenceNCAA818.3089-
    2002Dan Law FieldTexas Tech University Red RaidersBig 12 ConferenceNCAA1611.5933CWS Regionals


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