UCCU BALLPARK

On Dec. 7, 2017, it was announced that Utah Community Credit Union had made a generous donation to Utah Valley University and UVU Athletics and the ballpark at UVU was renamed UCCU Ballpark. The agreement extends until June of 2027.

The stadium made its debut on March 24, 2005 against Southern Utah, a 5-3 UVU win. The 2,500 seat stadium also has room for 2,500 more fans on the grass berm down the third base line and in left field.

It boasts both home and visitor clubhouses, indoor and outdoor batting cages, a full workout facility, and a training room. Beyond the left field wall, the Utah Valley University campus and the Wasatch Mountains provide the park with a beautiful backdrop, making it one of the most aesthetic, picturesque college baseball stadiums in the country.

In the summertime, the stadium is home to the Orem Owlz, the Pioneer League rookie team for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. The Owlz, formerly the Provo Angels, began play in the Summer of 2005 and were a hit for baseball fans throughout the valley. In 2005, the park received the government and institutional project award.

On May 1, 2012 the UVU Baseball team set a new attendance record for the stadium by bringing an impressive 5,456 fans to the ballpark during a win against BYU.