While we wait for spring and the next college softball season to begin, we decided to ask the experts — the fans — which places are the best to watch college softball.
We heard from people all across the country who eagerly weighed in with their favorites.
We read all of your responses and present below, in no particular order, the 15 best places to watch NCAA softball, according to the fans:
Tiger Park | LSU
Tiger Park is located off the banks of the Mississippi River. According to LSU, the park features 1,289 chair-back and bench-back seats, a party deck on the third-base side and a 30-seat suite above the first-base line. There also is seating for 960 additional fans in the newly designed Tiger Park Terrace.
— mike sims (@nunyazz) July 24, 2019
LSU Softball. Mist beautiful field, stadium and the absolute best field maintenance man ever! LSU
— tigermama (@tigermama18) July 24, 2019
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Rhoads Stadium | Alabama
Rhoads Stadium was built in 2000 and has a capacity of about 4,000. Alabama has set multiple NCAA attendance records over the years.
I will just leave this here and let you off the hook for asking this pic.twitter.com/veD1RlWFtU
— Jeffrey Higginbotham (@RealReffjey) July 25, 2019
— Morgan Plott (@MoPlott28) July 24, 2019
Rhoads and its proven. Attendance, winning percentage there always amongst the best if not highest.
— Easy Life (@TTG4281) July 24, 2019
Bogle Park | Arkansas
Bogle Park holds 1,200 and even has a space for BBQ grilling in the outfield area. Yum!
— Kevin Snyder (@ksnyd_10) July 25, 2019
BOGLE BY A MILLION @RazorbackSB
— Loren Krzysko (@lolaaa_12) July 25, 2019
Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium | Arizona
According to Arizona, over the last seven seasons the Wildcats have averaged more than 2,000 fans per game. In 2012, the stadium’s all-time attendance reached 700,000 fans.
no place in the country shines brighter than Rita! @ArizonaSoftball
— Zac Cook 🏈 (@zcook21) July 25, 2019
Easily Hillenbrand stadium. Literally no contest.
— Thomas Boren (@ThomasDBoren) July 25, 2019
Rita Hillenbrand!!! Arizona pic.twitter.com/PW1R3zuEaB
— Angel (@angel02_0202) July 24, 2019
Husky Softball Stadium | Washington
Husky Softball Stadium overlooks Lake Washington with a view of Mt. Rainer. The stadium was built in 1994 and renovated in 2014. It holds about 1,500.
Husky Softball Stadium #MightyAreTheWomen
— danielle (@danielleruns) July 24, 2019
Washington Huskies (have you seen the bald eagle 🦅 perched atop the beautiful 🌲 and not to mention it’s adjacent to Lake Washington with a view toward majestic Mt. Rainier)
— mario jacques💙💛💙 (@goblue90) July 25, 2019
Davis Diamond | Texas A&M
It’s just beautiful!!!!👍
— Denise Martinez (@dkm4jc) July 25, 2019
Davis Diamond 💎
— email@example.com (@mrs_coachpalmer) July 25, 2019
Jane Sage Cowles Stadium | Minnesota
Jane Sage Cowles stadium at the University of Minnesota!!!
— Bozbrack (@bozbrack) July 24, 2019
Jane Sage Cowles M-I-N-N-E-S-O-T-A! RAH!
— Brad Burns (@bad_dad_brad) July 24, 2019
Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium | Florida
Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium was built in 1996 and had a major renovation in 2018. It has a total capacity of 2,691. Fans are able to watch play from anywhere around the ballpark due to the 360-degree concourse that wraps around the field.
— meg ♡ (@megssmith21) July 24, 2019
— Gatorgirl22 (@Gatorgirl1468) July 25, 2019
Lamson Park | Louisiana
The all-time Lamson Park attendance record came on May 20, 2012, in the Lafayette Regional Championship game vs. Stanford with 2,729 fans.
— Chico Rodriguez (@CajunChico07) July 25, 2019
Yvette Girouard field at Lamson Park 🤟🌶
— Tyrell Lentini (@lentini_tyrell) July 24, 2019
Alumni Field | Michigan
Alumni Field was builtin in 1982 and has a capacity of 2,650. There have been many renovations and additions to Alumni Field over the years, including an indoor hitting facility and press box.
@umichsoftball Alumni Field!
— Robert Streight (@RobertStreight) July 24, 2019
Alumni Field ANN Arbor
— Larry Frank (@tdbt71) July 24, 2019
Marita Hynes Field | Oklahoma
— Jonathan Moy (@moyboy25) July 25, 2019
— k9man811 (@JimElrod6) July 24, 2019
— That OU Flag Guy (@justtiger7) July 24, 2019
Easton Stadium | UCLA
Easton Stadium was the training facility for the U.S. National Softball Team for the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Easton Stadium. Los Angeles California. Home of the NCAA Champion UCLA BRUINS🏆
— Cmack805 (@Cmack8051) July 25, 2019
— T-Mac (@aLilSumpin4Ya) July 25, 2019
Jane Sanders Stadium | Oregon
Known to Oregon fans as “The Jane,” the stadium averaged 1,198 fans per home game in 2015.
— Patricia lynne johns (@Patricialynnej2) July 25, 2019
I mean, does anything even come close to the Jane??? @OregonSB
— Ashley Goynes (@AshleyGoynes) July 25, 2019
— Cindy Utecht (@CindyUtecht) July 24, 2019
Alberta B. Farrington Softball Stadium | Arizona State
— ◦✿Allie_Doc✿◦ 😈 (@Allie_Doc) July 24, 2019
— Joe Gargiul (@aclacrosse14) July 25, 2019
@ASUSoftball is the BEST home field!
— Ara Lynn (@earthiker) July 25, 2019
— Joe Pfistner (@jpfist27) July 24, 2019
John Cropp Stadium | Kentucky
John Cropp Stadium opened in 2013 and that same year hosted the SEC tournament. The stadium has 1,500 seats.
John Cropp Stadium
— Karen Cooper (@Kcoop34Karen) July 25, 2019
@UKsoftball John Cropp Stadium 🥎🐱
— Shannon Edmondson🍹😼🥎🌈 (@KY_JeepGrl) July 24, 2019