Ohio Softball Field
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|Home of the Bobcats|
|Opened||April 2, 1999|
|Construction cost||$200,000 USD|
|Field dimensions||Left Field - 200 ft.|
Center Field - 220 ft.
Right Field - 200 ft.
|Ohio Bobcats Softball (NCAA) (1998-Present)|
Ohio Softball Field is the softball field of the Ohio Bobcats. It has been home to Ohio Bobcats softball since it was opened on April 2, 1999. On that day, Ohio swept a doubleheader (6-5, 6-4) from archrival Miami University in front of a sell out crowd of around 1,000 fans. Ohio won its first seven games at the facility before suffering a 9-2 loss to Kent State University on April 9.
Ohio Softball Field features a variety of amenities for Ohio's softball players. There are bullpens behind both the home and visitor dugouts and a covered batting cage between the baseball and softball fields. In addition, the stadium has a state-of-the-art playing surface/drainage system that prevents water from collecting on the field.
In 2003, a new Daktronics digital scoreboard was installed at the facility. Many more renovations are being planned for the near future, including a press box, a high-quality sound system, permanent bleachers, and lights to allow night games to be played. When renovations are completed, the stadium will look similar to Ohio's baseball field, Bob Wren Stadium.
- Ohio Softball Field Information Page
- Official Ohio University Athletics Website
- Ohio Green & White Club - Supporting Ohio Bobcats Athletics
- Unofficial Ohio Bobcats Fan Website
- Official Website of the Mid-American Conference
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