La Salle Athletics Completes Resurfacing Project at Hank DeVincent Field
PHILADELPHIA - Fans of the La Salle University field hockey and baseball programs will see a noticeable change at home games this season, as Hank DeVincent Field has received a full facelift. Sprinturf (www.sprinturf.com), the leading developer of synthetic turf systems, installed an all-new surface at the on-campus venue just in time for the 2019-20 academic year.
"The resurfacing of Hank DeVincent Field will greatly benefit the experience of our student-athletes in baseball and field hockey, as well as the students who participate in intramurals and club sports," Director of Athletics and Recreation Brian Baptiste said. "This is an important step in enhancing the support of the La Salle University community and our
DeVincent Field underwent a full removal of the old artificial turf this
"We are very excited to begin the 2019 season on a newly re-surfaced field," head field hockey coach Kelly Broadway said. "Moving to a sand-based turf will help us be more competitive in the Atlantic 10 as well as providing a huge improvement in student-athlete welfare."
The field hockey program will break in the new surface when they arrive
"The new and improved Hank DeVincent Field now shows the Atlantic 10 that we are ready for business," head baseball coach David Miller said. "The players are excited to get to work on our beautiful new field. We are grateful to the University for completing this
Sprinturf is a national turf company headquartered in South Carolina with