Texas A & M Women’s Soccer –2003 Photos
Having drainage underneath the entire field so that rain water or irrigation can drip directly downward is a major advantage to this sports field system for collection of water, fast drainage, no surface ponding, reuse of irrigation and rainwater, fewer chemicals for stimulating growth, healthier turf, and easier maintenance. This site is proving over the long term that the Draincore2 total drainage is the best answer for sports fields design, and ownership.
Texas A & M University, Women’s Soccer Field
9380 m2 (101,000 sq ft)
Geoturf, Inc., 441 South Fretz, Edmond, OK 73003, contact Mike Corter 405-640-1720
Burnside Services Inc., 1110 Navasota Ridge Road, Navasota, TX 77868, contact Tommy Burnside
2002 Big 12 Champions and 2002 Elite Eight. This is important for our product DC2 because the good drainage allowed play during rain and no games were forfeited as in the previous year. Champions should have the best field.
Near the entrance this area of synthetic turf is being tested and it is a darker green color as the real live turf that covers the playing field.
Both the field and this small area have DC2 drainage layer underneath every inch, edge to edge. Synthetic turf is on the left of the concrete flush curb and a Bermuda hybrid on the field to the right.
There is a nice uniform green color and healthy appearance across the entire field without using any green paint to hide imperfections. Draincore2 helps keep the turf looking great all the time.
Little action shot of soccer teammates using the field.
This low profile shot emphasizes the flatness of the field. With Draincore2 on a slope underneath, the top can be nicely flat for any sports field. No center crowning is necessary.
Soccer camp participant enjoys the quality turf to run after the ball.