Auburn Softball Complex

Auburn Softball Complex

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location = 2560 South College Street
Auburn, Alabama, United States flagicon|United States
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broke_ground = 1992
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opened = 1993
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owner = City of Auburn
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tenants = Auburn High School Tigers
1993—present
Auburn University Tigers
1997—1998
capacity = 1,200
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The Auburn Softball Complex is a softball complex in Auburn, Alabama. The facility is the home field of the Auburn High School Tigers softball program, and served as the home field of the Auburn University Tigers softball team in 1997 and 1998. The five–field complex has been rated one of the premier complexes in the United States by "USA Softball" magazine and has hosted 18 Amateur Softball Association (ASA) national championship tournaments and 11 Independent Softball Association (ISA) national championships. In 1999, the facility was named the ISA National Complex of the Year.City of Auburn, [http://www.auburnalabama.org/softball/about.asp City of Auburn | Auburn Softball Complex] , retrieved October 3, 2008.]

The Auburn Softball Complex, built in 1993, consists of five regulation softball fields with 300–foot fences, bermuda grass outfields, skinned infields, and hollywood bases. The complex features a three–story press box and control building and covered dugouts. The facility seats 1,200 spectators and has parking for 750.

The Auburn Softball Complex has been named the Alabama ASA Complex of the Year four times, in 1999, 2001, 2005, and 2006, and was inducted into the Alabama Amateur Softball Association Hall of Fame in 2007. [City of Auburn, " [http://www.auburnalabama.org/News/oldsite/PressReleases/2007/PR-1.16.07%20-%20Auburn%20Softball%20Complex%20to%20AASA%20Hall%20of%20Fame.htm Auburn Softball Complex Named to Alabama Amateur Softball Association Hall of Fame] ", January 16, 2007.] The Auburn Softball Complex is managed by Robby Carter.

External links

* [http://www.auburnalabama.org/softball/default.asp Auburn Softball Complex] - official site

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