OGE Energy Field at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex – Womens College World Series

OGE Energy Field at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex – Womens College World Series

OGE Energy Field at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex is a 7,300-seat multi-purpose stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The stadium was renamed in 2017, when the Amateur Softball Association rebranded to USA Softball. Formerly known as ASA Hall of Fame Stadium, the venue is the centerpiece of the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex, which includes the USA Hall of Fame and Museum. The stadium opened in 1987 and had extensive renovations from September 2013 through 2015. The facility hosts various softball tournaments throughout the year, but none more popular than the NCAA College World Series.

Chase Field – Arizona Diamondbacks

Chase Field – Arizona Diamondbacks

The Valley of the Sun has been associated with Major League baseball since the late 1940s – the valley is host to 15 MLB teams during the Cactus League (spring training for Major League Baseball), which reportedly brings in $300 million per year of economic investment to the Phoenix area. However, for the last 20 years, the Phoenix area has also been home to a Major League team, the Arizona Diamondbacks; the Diamondbacks play at Chase Field, located in downtown Phoenix.

L. Dale Mitchell Park – Oklahoma Sooners

L. Dale Mitchell Park – Oklahoma Sooners

L. Dale Mitchell Park is located on the campus of The University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma. The park has been home to the University of Oklahoma baseball program for over 25 years, having opened on February 27, 1982 with a seating capacity of 3,180. The ballpark was named in honor of former Oklahoma letterman Dale Mitchell, who is the Sooners’ career and single-season batting title holder.

Baylor Ballpark – Baylor Bears

Baylor Ballpark – Baylor Bears

Baylor Ballpark is celebrating 20 years being home to the Baylor University Bears baseball team. The ballpark is located on the campus of Baylor University, and is constructed of red brick and green steel beams, keeping with the décor and architecture found all around Baylor University. The ballpark has a capacity of 5,000, but the largest crowd ever exceeded that number on April 21, 2012 in a game versus Texas A&M, with a record crowd of 5,911.

Lupton Stadium – TCU Horned Frogs

Lupton Stadium – TCU Horned Frogs

Lupton Stadium is located on the TCU campus in Fort Worth, Texas, and is home to the Texas Christian University baseball program. Lupton Stadium is named for Charlie and Marie Lupton in recognition of a $2 million gift from the Brown-Lupton Foundation, of which Charlie was a founder back in 1944.

American Airlines Center – Dallas Stars

American Airlines Center – Dallas Stars

American Airlines Center (AAC) is a multi-use arena located in the Victory Park area, which is just north of the historic West End in downtown Dallas. The venue is home to the Dallas Stars of the NHL and the Dallas Mavericks of the NBA. AAC, as it is commonly referred to by local sports fans, opened in 2001, replacing the outdated Reunion Arena. The venue is made of brick, limestone, and granite with signature arches, and cost $420 million to build.