Alberta B. Farrington Softball Stadium
Alberta B. Farrington Softball Stadium is the home of the Arizona State University Sun Devils college softball team. The stadium holds 1,535 fans and was built around the old stadium's existing field and the new stadium was designed by the architecture firm of Jones Studio, Inc. and was completed in 2000. 
Farrington Stadium is considered one of the nation's top collegiate softball fields providing high-end amenities such as chair-back bleachers and individual seats, restrooms, built-in concessions, and stadium shop for fans.
The Sun Devils have earned 16 postseason bids, fourth all-time in the Pac-10 Conference, and has made four trips to the Women's College World Series. Prior to the current NCAA format, ASU went to seven WCWS, claiming back-to-back national tiles in 1972 and 1973.In 2008, the softball team won the universities first Women's College World Series sweeping the Texas A&M Aggies(3 game sweep) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.