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Larry Mahaney Diamond

Larry Mahaney Diamond on the Campus of Saint Joseph's College is one of the finest small-college baseball facilities in the country and received the prestigious College Division ABCA/TURFACE Field Maintenance Award in 2008.

Although the baseball program at St. Joe's began in the early 1970's, it was not until 1986 that the Monks actually played a home game on the Sebago Lake campus. In 1988, lights were added making the facility the only fully-lighted collegiate baseball/softball complex in New England.

While these were huge steps in the history of the baseball program, they were only the first in the development of what has become one of the finest baseball facilities anywhere. On September 29, 2001, Saint Joseph's College officially dedicated its baseball field, Larry Mahaney Diamond, in honor of Maine businessman and philanthropist Larry Mahaney.

Due to the generous support of the institution, the philanthropy of Larry Mahaney and the dedication of players and coaches, Larry Mahaney Diamond features many outstanding amenities, including:

Larry Mahaney Diamond has been the host site for many prestigious baseball tournaments, including the Maine State High School Baseball Tournament, New England Babe Ruth Baseball Tournament, Maine American Legion Baseball Tournament, NAIA New England Tournament and NAIA Super Regional Tournament. In recent years, Mahaney Diamond has been the site of the North Atlantic Conference and Great Northeast Athletic Conference tournaments.

In February 2006, the Maine sports community suffered a terrible loss with the death of Larry Mahaney. Mr. Mahaney's vision and generosity not only benefited Saint Joseph's college, but countless others. Larry Mahaney's legacy will live forever at Larry Mahaney Diamond at Saint Joseph's College.


Directions To Saint Joseph's College of Maine

Directions To Ward Park

The College is located on Sebago Lake in Standish, Maine, three miles from the center of North Windham and 18 miles northwest of Portland.

278 Whites Bridge Rd.
Standish, Maine 04084

From the South:
Take Exit 48 Portland/Westbrook(formerly Exit 8) off the Maine Turnpike. Bear right at the toll booth (following signs to North Windham) and proceed 1.5 miles to the third traffic light. Turn left onto Rt. 302 west for 11 miles to North Windham. BE CAREFUL at the rotary to stay on Rt. 302 (2nd exit or half way through the rotary.) See instructions below from North Windham. Alternate route: See directions below for From the North.

From the North:
Take Exit 63-Gray(formerly Exit 11) off the Maine Turnpike (95) and turn left onto Rts. 202 and 115 (west). After four miles, be sure to bear right at the "T" intersection and proceed into North Windham center. Route 115 ends at the Rt. 302 intersection. See instructions below from North Windham.

From North Windham (Whites Bridge Rd. Is Closed From the North):
In North Windham cross Rt 302, at this point Rt. 115 becomes Rt. 35. Proceed 2.3 miles. Turn right onto Whites Bridge Road. The College is 1.3 miles on the left.

From New Hampshire or Vermont:
Visitors traveling from the west can enter Maine on Rts. 302, 25, or 202. Route 25 connects with Rt. 35 in Standish; Rt. 202 connects with Rt. 302 at the Windham rotary (see from the south); and Rt. 302 proceeds directly to No. Windham (see from No. Windham).