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Unless noted differently, all home games are typically played on the campus of Clearwater Christian College. All home baseball games and several of home soccer games are played off-campus at select sites in the Clearwater community. The official game schedule will indicate the off-campus site. Below we have identified the off-campus sites regularly used, and directions to each field from the main campus.

Glen Oaks Park

From campus, travel west on Gulf-to-Bay Blvd. Bear left on Court Street at the Shell Station at the corner of Gulf-to-Bay Blvd. and Highland Avenue. The field will be just mile on the left.

Frank Tack Field

From campus, travel west on Gulf-to-Bay Blvd. Go north (turn right) on Hercules Road. The field will be just north of Sunset on the right.

Jack Russell Stadium

From campus, travel west on Gulf-to-Bay Blvd. Go north (turn right) on Keene Road. Go west (turn left) on Drew St. Go north (turn right) on M. L. King. Turn right at the four way stop and park in the open grass lot.

Joe DiMaggio Field

From campus, travel west on Gulf-to-Bay Blvd. Go north (turn right) on Coachman Road. Travel mile. Field is located at corner of Coachman Road and Drew Street.

Bardmoor Golf Club

From campus, travel west on Gulf-to-Bay Blvd to Keene Road. Travel south on Keene (which turns into Starkey Road). Turn left off of Starkey Road, below Bryan Dairy Road intersection, to Bardmoor Place. Follow signs to golf club.

Cougar Spotlight



Playing soccer in college is such a gift that God has given me. I love playing soccer. Even before Christ saved me, soccer was my escape when things were rough in my life. It was everything to me. But now that God has so gloriously captivated my life, He's letting me use my love for soccer to help me love Him more. I always think ahead to the future, and I just know that some of my best college memories will be from playing. God has also taught me so much through playing. Probably the biggest thing being, to just step back and realize that every game could be of eternal significance, if I would just play it that way. To play for Him. Lessons, life long friendships, and good times.