April 15th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

With plans for its own baseball facility slowing to a crawl, Boise State is taking another look at the multi-use ballpark that could be built in Downtown Boise. The announcement comes after the ballpark developer asked City of Boise officials if they should again approach the school. “Boise State’s priority all along has been to build a first-class facility for our newly-launched baseball program,” Boise State Director of Athletics Curt Apsey said in a news release. “We want to make sure we thoroughly explore all of our options and make the best long-term decision for the university and our program.” The school announced in November of 2017 it would pull out of the project at a previous site at Americana and Shoreline. The university’s then-president said the multi-use stadium was not in the interest of the school. The school said in a news release it has “outlined a series of requirements that university leaders say could provide the financial and logistical incentive to consider joining the City of Boise and Greenstone Properties in pursuit of a proposed Boise Sports Park. – Don Day, boisedev – Read More

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