Allstate Sugar Bowl Baseball
The Allstate Sugar Bowl is a sponsor of multiple University of New Orleans’ events, including the 2018 Allstate Sugar Bowl Baseball Classic. The Bowl has sponsored UNO baseball events for the past five years.
The University of Iowa and the University of New Orleans both posted 2-1 marks at the inaugural Allstate Sugar Bowl Baseball Classic played February 23-25 at UNO’s Maestri Field on the Lakefront. Ball State and Virginia Tech were 1-2 in the event.
Allstate Sugar Bowl Baseball Classic 2018
Friday, February 23
Iowa def. Virginia Tech, 2-1
UNO def. Ball State, 10-1
Saturday, February 24
UNO def. Virginia Tech, 4-2
Ball State def. Iowa, 14-6
Sunday, February 25
Virginia Tech def. Ball State, 4-2
Iowa def. UNO, 8-2
UNO’s Owen Magee went 5-for-10, while Cody Ducote had five runs batted in in the three games.
2018: Iowa and UNO Post Top Records at Allstate Sugar Bowl Baseball Classic
2017: Allstate Sugar Bowl Sponsors UNO-LSU Baseball Showdown
2016: UNO Sweeps Valparaiso in Allstate Sugar Bowl Leadoff on the Lakefront
2015: Allstate Sugar Bowl Weekend Series Sees UNO Win Two of Three
2014: UNO Can’t Complete Rally Against No. 2 LSU in Allstate Sugar Bowl Event
The Allstate Sugar Bowl is proud to offer financial support to Kirsch-Rooney Stadium on the campus of Delgado Community College. The stadium, dedicated in 1957 has become a baseball landmark for the region. The stadium hosts nearly 350 baseball games (college, high school, American Legion and AAABA) on an annual basis.
Now in its 62nd season (2018), the ballpark remains active year-round. For the past four decades, the Stadium has been home to Delgado Community College’s nationally-ranked baseball program. It also serves as the home of the majority of New Orleans’ top high school and prep baseball teams. During the summer months, Kirsch-Rooney is home to the New Orleans Boosters’ summer program and league as well as First District American Legion Baseball.
In 2003, Kirsch-Rooney Stadium’s diamond was named for long-time Delgado coach, Louis “Rags” Scheuermann, who served as supervisor of the stadium for forty years in addition to coaching the Dolphins. Since his death in 1997, the Scheuermann family has continued the family tradition of managing the facility. The family has been a constant throughout the stadium’s years, present since opening day in 1957.