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Alabama Softball Complex
Full name University of Alabama Softball Stadium
Location 321 5th Ave
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Coordinates 33°12′48″N 87°31′49″W / 33.213343°N 87.530383°W / 33.213343; -87.530383
Opened February 13, 2000
Owner University of Alabama
Operator UA Athletics
Surface Natural grass
Scoreboard Video board and full box score LED scoreboard by Daktronics
Construction cost $2.2 million
Architect Rosser International
General Contractor N.C. Morgan Construction Co.
Capacity 3,095
Field dimensions Left Field: 200 ft
Center Field: 220 ft
Right Field: 200 ft
Alabama Crimson Tide Softball (NCAA)

The University of Alabama Softball Stadium (often referred to as the Alabama Softball Complex) is a softball stadium located on the campus of the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. It serves as the home field of the Alabama Crimson Tide softball team and is located on the corner of 5th Ave and Campus Drive across from the University's Student Recreation Center. The official capacity of the stadium is 3,095. The attendance record at the Alabama Softball Complex is 3,122.[1]


Events hosted

While the general use of the Alabama Softball Complex is the regular season home of the Crimson Tide, it has also played host to a number of different events including multiple post season NCAA and SEC tournaments, as well as marque exhibition games.


Post season tournaments

Year Event Participants Champion
2001 NCAA Regional Alabama, Chattanooga, Illinois-Chicago, Michigan, Oregon State, South Florida Michigan
2003 NCAA Regional Alabama, Chattanooga, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Massachusetts, Southern, Southern Illinois, Stanford Alabama
2004 SEC Tournament Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Florida, LSU, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Tennessee LSU
2005 NCAA Regional Alabama, Arizona State, Hofstra, Mississippi Valley St. Alabama
2005 Super Regional Alabama, Texas A&M Alabama
2006 NCAA Regional Alabama, Florida A&M, Georgia Tech, Mississippi Valley St. Alabama
2006 Super Regional Alabama, Stanford Alabama
2007 NCAA Regional Alabama, California, Florida State, Tennessee Tech Alabama
2008 NCAA Regional Alabama, Chattanooga, Florida State, Jacksonville State Alabama
2008 Super Regional Alabama, Missouri Alabama
2009 NCAA Regional Alabama, Chattanooga, Mississippi Valley State, Texas Alabama

External links


  1. ^ "Alabama Sets NCAA Single Season Attendance Record". Alabama Athletics Media Relations - 2009-04-25. Retrieved 2009-05-14.  


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