Goss Stadium at Coleman Field is a college baseball stadium in Corvallis, Oregon. It is the home venue of the Oregon State University baseball team, the Oregon State Beavers. The stadium was built in 1907, originally known simply as Coleman Field. A major remodel was undertaken in 1999 due to a $2.3 million donation by John and Eline Goss, resulting in the renaming.
The official Goss Stadium capacity is 2,000, but with the success of the baseball team as of late, the university has been forced to bring in temporary bleachers resulting in crowds exceeding 3,000. With the immense popularity of the Beavers and the shortage of seats, Goss Stadium tickets are selling out fast. Get them sooner rather than later to avoid missing out.
A state-of-the-art scoreboard was installed during the summer of 2006 after the Beavers' national championship win. Plans to add more permanent seating by the 2008 season is also underway with record breaking crowds expected for the upcoming seasons. With all the excitement surrounding the Beavers, Goss Stadium events are better than ever.