Marty L. Miller Field
In 1997, Marty L. Miller Baseball Field debuted as the home for Spartan baseball. It is named after former coach and current athletics director Marty Miller, who has spent more than 40 years as a player, coach and administrator at NSU.
The field itself is located off Presidential Parkway on the NSU campus. It has metal bleacher seating for 1,500, as well as a spacious press box for game staff and working media. It also has full stadium lighting for night games, one of the few colleges with that distinction in Virginia.
The playing surface is enclosed by cyclone fencing, has an underground drainage system, a gravel warning track, and enclosed bullpens for both teams. The dimensions are 330 feet to left field, 318 to right, 395 to the gaps, and 402 to center field. A giant scoreboard sits behind the center-field wall.
In addition to numerous youth clinics and youth baseball games, Miller Field has hosted four MEAC Baseball Tournaments (2006-08, 2012) and will be the site for the tournament again from 2013-14.