Charles L. Currier Memorial Field

   

Behind the P.E. Center is Charles L. Currier Memorial Field, home of Plymouth State football and men's lacrosse. Currier Field has two renovated, two-level press boxes, for both the home and visiting teams' media and coaching staffs. The visiting press box is set up to accommodate a television crew for live broadcasts. Behind the visitors stands is a large, lighted practice facility. There are bleachers for both the home and visiting fans with a concession stand nearby.

Known in Plymouth as "Mr. Football," Charles L. Currier was associated with the PSU football program beginning in 1970, and played a major role in coaching, recruiting and attracting talent to the University until his death in 1982, including a stint as head coach in 1976 and 1977. For his service to the state of New Hampshire, Currier earned a Granite State Award from Plymouth State in 1973.

Charles L. Currier Memorial Field