This collaboration will designate the future Multipurpose Community Venue located on Middlesex College’s campus as a home field for Rutgers baseball, beginning with the 2026 season.
This partnership between Middlesex County and Rutgers Athletics is also intended to create new educational pathways for Middlesex College students. As the largest feeder college to Rutgers University, this arrangement will create enhanced access to Rutgers’ esteemed curricula, invaluable mentorship opportunities, and the potential for expanded shared educational programming.
The announcement was made during a press conference on Monday, July 31 at the West Hall in Middlesex College. Sharing the significance and long-term plans involving this partnership, speakers included Board of County Commissioners Director Ronald G. Rios; Middlesex County Administrator John Pulomena; Township of Edison Mayor Sam Joshi; Rutgers athletic director Pat Hobbs; head baseball coach Steve Owens; Rutgers and Major League Baseball alum Todd Frazier; and Middlesex College President Mark McCormick.
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