Did you know??
- The BAC has the only artificial turf field (Fisher Field) in western North Dakota.
- The BAC has the largest outdoor video board (Hawk Vision Video Board) in the state of North Dakota.
- The BAC has more than 50 foot candles of light; three times more than that of Frank Whitney Stadium.
- The BAC has the latest technology for track and field meet management, results, and scoring (via Hy-Tek and FinishLynx) on the Roger Huffman Track.
- The BAC re-shaped it's north-east berm to assist with landscaping and improve the esthetic beauty of the facility.
- The BAC has enough seating for more than 3,500 spectators and fans.
- The BAC has four locker rooms and a twelve-table athletic training room.
- The BAC offers three different seating options: Suites, Club Seats, and General Admission Bench Seating.
- The BAC has fourteen total suites. Nine suites are located on the Lowman-Walton Concourse level and and five suites are on the Press level.
- The BAC has two Outdoor Patio areas.
- The BAC has over 5,000 square feet of indoor multi-purpose space (Lowman-Walton Concourse).
- The Lowman-Walton Concourse can be divided into four quadrants or meeting rooms with a moveable wall partition.
- The BAC has four ticket booth windows.
- The BAC has three concession windows.
- The BAC received the “2010 Builders’ Award” from the City of Dickinson Mayor’s Committee on Employment of Persons with Disabilities. The award recognizes people or groups who make a positive difference for people with disabilities.
- The Blue Hawk Statue was unveiled at the inaugural DSU Blue Hawk Football Game vs. Rocky Mountain College on August 26, 2010. The statue is 12 feet high, 6.5 feet wide, 32 inches deep, and weighs 1,150 pounds. Its artist, Tom Bollinger, spent four months designing the statue, 400 hours of molding time, 3 months sculpting, and 6 months of production time. The Blue Hawk Statue is truly a genuine work of art.