Goss Stadium at Coleman Field is the home of the Pacific-12 Conference’s Oregon State Beavers, and the West Coast League’s Corvallis Knights. It has been OSU’s home field since 1907 and is the oldest continuously-used college venue in the country.
The playing surface is named Coleman Field in honor of former OSU player and coach Ralph Coleman, who guided the Beavers for 35 seasons from 1923-66.
The stadium is named for John and Eline Goss. Their major lead gift to the $2.3-million fundraising effort led to the construction of the original stadium in 1999. John Goss was an OSU track and field letterman in the 1930s. The stadium’s name is also a memorial to his older brother, James Goss, an OSU graduate.
Permanent outdoor seating capacity at Goss Stadium is 2,741 in the summer, with a total capacity of 3,271 when including the stadium’s Omaha Club Room, TnT Builders Party Deck at Banners and Casey’s Corner.
Thanks to former OSU head baseball coach Pat Casey’s vision and tireless fundraising efforts, Goss Stadium was first expanded in 2008, and has since undergone several major upgrades.
- The entire playing surface was converted to FieldTurf before the 2015 season. The infield-only was turfed from 2008-14.
- The Jacoby Ellsbury Locker Room complex, and the Banners hospitality area, were added for the 2015 season.
- Lights were added for the 2002 season.
- A new scoreboard, with video capability, was added in 2007. A brand-new scoreboard with enhanced video capabilities was added for the 2016 season.
- Down the right field line, a new group outing space, Casey’s Corner, was added prior to the 2019 season.
The ballpark also features:
- A club level with box seating, the Omaha Club Room.
- An academic center and Hall of Fame room.
- The Darwin Barney Alumni Room.
- A players’ lounge, renovated and upgraded in 2016.
- A press box, four concessions areas, dugouts and batting cages.
- A Corvallis Knights locker room, renovated and upgraded in 2019
Goss Stadium at Coleman Field is located off of Washington Way near the center of the OSU campus. The stadium is located directly east of the Dixon Recreation Center (26th street & Washington Way) and south of the OSU Bookstore and Valley Library. The park’s physical address is 430 SW Langton Place, Corvallis, OR 97331.
FROM I-5: Take exit 228 west to Corvallis. After crossing the Willamette River, turn left on Fifth Street, turn right on Jefferson Avenue, turn left at the stoplight on 15th Street, and turn right on Washington Way. Go west for mile. Goss Stadium will be on your right.
FROM U.S. HIGHWAY 99W: Turn west onto Western Avenue (left turn from the south, right turn from the north). Turn right on 15th Street, turn left on Washington Way just after the railroad track, and go west for 1/4 mile. Goss Stadium will be on your right.
FROM U.S. HIGHWAY 20: Turn right (from the north) or left (from the south) at the stoplight at 26th Street. Head north and turn left on Washington Way, just past the railroad tracks, and go west for 1/4 mile. Goss Stadium will be on your right.
The Goss Stadium box office is located in the stadium plaza area, just to the third-base side (left) of the main entrance.
Day of game tickets can be purchased at the downtown Corvallis office, the Goss Stadium box office, or online. Season tickets can be purchased at the downtown Corvallis office, or by calling 541.752.5656.