MacEachron (Mac) Field

MacEachron Field lies between the Joe Rosenfield ’25 Center and North Campus and hosts a number of weekly intramural practices and competitions. Affectionately known as Mac Field, the grassy area east of the North Campus residence halls — a popular site for intramural competition — was named for Paul MacEachron 1911, a football and basketball player. MacEachron married Helen Dunham 1911. In 1916 the MacEachrons participated in the first Grinnell-in-China program; he served as educational director. In 1922 he became the first full-time Dean of Men at the College.