Max H. Christensen Stadium is conveniently located in the south-west corner of the intersection of N. Loop 250 and N. Lamesa Road.
Opened in 1952, the stadium has a long history as part of the Midland community. It was home for many years to the city's professional baseball franchise. Today, it is the home field for the Midland College Chaparral Baseball program, as well as area high school baseball programs.
It has also provided a venue for concerts and summer camps. Recently, Christensen Stadium became home for the the Midland College Transportation Training program and its fleet of vehicles
Programs at Christensen Stadium
Christensen Stadium is home field for the Midland College Chaparral Baseball program, a National Junior College Athletic Association team that is part of the Western Junior College Athletic Conference.
Midland College Chaparral Baseball
Transportation Training Program
What we offer:
- A five-week program that includes 200 hours, with 40 hours of instruction being in
- Midland College is now a 3rd Party Testing Site. This means students can take their CDL Driving Test as soon as class ends, eliminating the long wait at Texas DPS locations.
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