Carpenter-Haygood Stadium
Location 1492 M H Russell Rd
Arkadelphia, AR 71923
Opened 1968
Renovated 2011
Owner Henderson State University
Surface GeoGreen
Former names Haygood Stadium
Tenants Henderson State Reddies
Capacity 9,600

Carpenter-Haygood Stadium is an American football stadium in Arkadelphia, Arkansas that serves as the home field for the Henderson State Reddies.[1]

The stadium opened in 1968 and was named in honor of Jimmy Haygood, who was HSU's football coach from 1907-1924. "Carpenter" was added to the stadium name in 1990 to honor former coach Ralph "Sporty" Carpenter, who died on February 16, 1990 after serving as head coach for 19 years.[2]

A GeoGreen surface was installed in 2011.

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