James V. Sidell Stadium
The stadium is located adjacent to the Clark Recreation Center, with amenities including a red-clay infield, cinder-block dugouts, bullpens, permanent metal bleachers next to each dugout, an electronic scoreboard and a press box.
Trustee James "Jack" Sidell, whose wife and two daughters graduated from Wheaton, donated the stadium, which was dedicated on April 18, 1998. Ground for the facility was broken in February 1996, with the stadium being completed in time for the baseball team's first varsity season in 1998. Click here to learn more about the facility's namesake.