Snyder-Stone Stadium

Stewart Field

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Snyder-Stone Stadium

Owner: Greenville Area School District
County: Mercer
Capacity: 4500
Stadium Type: High School
Year Opened: 1948
Track: No
Soccer: Yes
Video Scoreboard: No
Wheelchair Access:
Playing Surface: Artificial
Snyder-Stone Stadium: Local Weather Conditions
Home Teams:
Greenville Trojans

Comments: Built in 1948 as Stewart Field. Stadium named after Ed Snyder and Bob Stone, two long-time coaches of Trojans Football before the 2015 season with the addition of field turf. Former home of Thiel College Football until their on-campus stadium opened in 2001.

Data Source:
Last update: 9/27/2016
Photo Credit:
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