The field and grandstand were made possible by a generous donation from the Anheuser-Busch Corporation and was formally dedicated in fall 1989.
The McCormack-Nagelsen Tennis Center was made possible through a generous gift from Mark H. McCormack '51, L.H.D. ’97 and his wife Betsy Nagelsen HON '09.
This facility is named for longtime supporters of Tribe athletics Joseph W. Montgomery '74 and his wife Linda Winebarger Montgomery HON '02.
In 1999, William & Mary dedicated Plumeri Park, a $2.4 million baseball stadium, and dedicated the Indoor Practice Facility in 2016 — both named for Samuel J. Plumeri, father of Joe Plumeri ’66, D.P.S. ’11.
The Millie West Tennis Facility is named after Millie West HON '91, former director of women's athletics and a contributor of over 50 years to W&M athletics.