Lee Doyen Field
Lee Doyen Field is the home to Cloud County Community College Baseball. It is named after the first coach in Cloud County history, Lee Doyen. Doyen coached the Thunderbirds from 1970-1976.
Over the years, Doyen Field has seen seen several upgrades. The fence, backstop, and spacious brick dugouts were all constructed in the early 2000's. A second batting cage and hitting area was recently added down the left field line.
A Locker Room Project for Cloud County Baseball began in 2014. 36 lockers and a player lounge area were initially installed in the second floor of the building behind home plate. In the summer of 2016, the building was finished with carpet, updated paint and trim, and a doorway seperating the lounge from the press area.
Lee Doyen Field faces the northeast and is 330 feet in the left and right field corners, 360 feet in both gaps, and 390 feet to straight away center field.
Dunning-Hamel Baseball Training Facility
The Dunning-Hamel Baseball Training Facility is a state of the art 5,250 foot heated indoor training facility for the baseball program. Players can access the facility day or night for team and individual workouts. The facility was opened in March of 2018. Over $200,000 of funds were raised for the facility. The campaign was spearheaded by Cloud County baseball alumni Jim Dunning and Zach Hamel. Dunning and Hamel made lead gifts to the facility. The "DH" features three retractable 85'X14'X14' cages. The facility also features a hack attack pitching machine, indoor pitching mounds, pitchers performance area with J-Bands and Plyocare wall, Bluetooth sound system, LED Radar Gun Display, and viewing room/lounge at the entryway of the facility.