Harris Field is a college baseball park in the western United States, located in Lewiston, Idaho. An on-campus venue with a seating capacity of 5,000, it is the home field of the Warriors of Lewis–Clark State College, a top program in National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Since 1984, LCSC has won 18 national titles and had six runner-up finishes.The ballpark became Harris Field in 1950, while the college was known as North Idaho College of Education (NICE) and its teams were the Loggers. It was named for Loyd Harris (1883–1969), a local businessman, civic leader, and baseball booster. He was active in baseball as a player, manager, and club director since 1904.Lights were added to Harris Field in the summer of 1975, and it has hosted the NAIA World Series more than twenty times, from 1984 through 1991, and continuously since 2000. In the summer, the ballpark hosts the local American Legion teams, the Lewis-Clark Twins (AA) and Cubs (A). The playing surface at Harris Field was overhauled in the summer of 2014 as earth was rebalanced with heavy equipment. A new irrigation system was installed as well as 110000sqft of new sod.The field's elevation is approximately above sea level and has an unorthodox southwest alignment; the recommended orientation (homeplate to center field) is east-northeast. The center field fence is close at 385ft, restricted by the Mechanical Technical Building.