On September 21, 2003, Bucknell University dedicated a new synthetic turf field for its field hockey and women's lacrosse teams. Named in honor of lead donor William Graham '62, the artificial turf facility, Graham Field, located at the West Fields complex, provides a state-of-the-art playing surface. In addition to serving as the home of both the Bucknell field hockey and women's lacrosse teams, Graham Field also houses additional athletic practices, intramural contests and recreation activities.
The Astroturf 12XL playing surface at Graham Field measures 240' by 372'.
In 2007, the Holmes Stadium facility that includes chair-back stadium seating, a press box, team rooms, an athletic training room, restrooms and a concession area was completed. The structure sits between Graham Field and Emmitt Field and is used at both facilities.
Seating Capacity: 1,000
Surface: Astroturf 12XL
Built: Dedicated on Sept. 21, 2003 after being built in spring and summer of 2003
Namesake: Named in honor of lead donor William Graham '62 Dimensions: Installed by SRI Sports, Inc., the synthetic turf field is a mono-filament nylon 6.6 fiber knitted system that is 240' by 372'. The entire field is placed over a free draining Dynamic Stone base with additional sub drainage. The turf surface is equipped with an underground manual irrigation system.
Other: Completely fenced and lighted field hockey and women's lacrosse complex, as well as intramural complex.
Six permanent accessible spaces located at the main entrance of Holmes Stadium.
- Access to Holmes Stadium is located at the main entrance to Emmitt or Graham Field.
- Restrooms are located between the concession stand and the grandstand seating area.
There are eight wheelchair accessible seats and 13 companion seats located at midfield at both Graham and Emmitt Fields.