Les Murakami Stadium in Hawaii

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Address: 1337 Lower Campus Road, Honolulu, HI, 96822 - MAP
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Les Murakami StadiumLes Murakami Stadium serves as the baseball stadium at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Constructed in 1984, the stadium is named after legendary Rainbow coach Les Murakami.

The $12.2 million stadium features two concession stands, two sunken dugouts, a Grad Slam Booster Club room, and a training room.

The stadium seats 4,312, with 3,738 of the seats covered to shelter the fans from the frequent spring rains of Manoa, called the "Manoa Mist" by locals.

Murakami was the first full-time baseball coach for the program and led the Rainbows for 31 years. The team won the 1980 College World Series under his direction.