LEBARD STADIUM - OCC

LeBard Stadium - On the campus of Orange Coast College
















Capacity 7,600 -
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2701 Fairview Road
Costa Mesa, California 92626


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About LeBard Stadium

LeBard Stadium is the home to the Orange Coast College Pirates and the Golden West College Rustlers football teams
. Originally named Pirate Stadium, it was renamed in 1967 for Harry R. LeBard, a community leader and a founding member of the community college district's board of trustees.

No stranger to big time lacrosse, LeBard Stadium played host to the inaugural Pacific Coast Shootout in 2014 which showcased Denver and Notre Dame before a crowd of nearly 6,000 fans. In 2008, the MLL's Los Angeles Riptide played its last regular season home game against the San Francisco Dragons at LeBard.

The all-time attendance record for LeBard came in 1962, when 10,000 piled in to see the OCC gridders take on Fullerton. The Pacific Coast Shootout has its sights set on that record.

It was designed by Parker, Zehnder and Associates and built for $296,650, opening on September 16, 1955.


Pacific Coast Shootout
Announcements

2017 Pacific Coast Shootout
Virginia 19 • Cornell 18 (OT)

2016 Pacific Coast Shootout
Notre Dame 9 • Maryland 4

2015 Pacific Coast Shootout
Maryland 10 • North Carolina 8

2014
Pacific Coast Shootout
Denver 10 • Notre Dame 7