Bogle Park

Bogle Park

Bogle Park was made possible thanks to the lead gift made by Bob and Marilyn Bogle and the Bogle family who have also made significant contributions to both the university and the athletic departments over the course of many years. An event celebrating the naming was held Friday, Oct. 26, 2009.

Bogle Park was designed by Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf and their lead architects John Lindstaedt, Dan McCloskey and Chad Lothamer. McClelland Consulting Engineers is the civil engineer for Bogle Park. The mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineers are TME Consulting Engineers and the structural engineers are Engineering Consultants. Construction of the facility is handled by Nabholz Contruction’s Ozark division and would not be possible without the many donors and partners of the project.

One of the most striking aspects of Bogle Park is the dramatic entrance on the concourse level. Upon entry, fans see the field and then descend down into the seating area which is home to 1,200 chair-back seats. There is space for grilling and groups in the outfield area and six modern skyboxes overlook the field. For the first time, the Razorback softball team has its locker room at the venue along with an indoor practice and batting facility located on the home field side of the stadium. The press box is a state-of-the-art media area.

Bogle Park saw the third-highest program top crowd in NCAA history as 3,448 fans were on hand for a 3-0 Arkansas victory over Ole Miss on March 28, 2018. Only Fresno State and Alabama have better single-game program bests.

Top 10 Bogle Park Attendance Figures

 DateOpponent (Tournament)Attendance
14/28/18Ole Miss3,448
25/27/22Texas (NCAA Super Regional)3,170
34/30/22South Carolina3,119
45/28/22Texas (NCAA Super Regional)3,115
55/26/22Texas (NCAA Super Regional)3,100
65/20/22Princeton (NCAA Regional)3,058
65/21/22Oregon (NCAA Regional)3,058
65/22/22Oregon (NCAA Regional)3,058