Red and Charline McCombs Field

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Red and Charline McCombs Field
Red and Charline McCombs Field.jpg
Location Austin, Texas, USA
Owner University of Texas
Operator University of Texas
Capacity 1,300
Surface Bermuda grass
Opened 1998
Closed Open
Demolished N/A
Construction cost $4.5 million
University of Texas Softball (NCAA) (1998–Present)

The Red and Charline McCombs Field is the current home of the University of Texas Longhorn Women's Softball team.

Opening in 1998 at a cost of $4.5 million, the field seats approximately 1,250 and is named after university benefactor Red McCombs and his wife Charline. It features a clay infield and a grass outfield.

The field made local headlines on March 26, 2005, when, during a game between Texas and Kansas, a portion of the bench in the Texas dugout collapsed, injuring five Texas players, four of which suffered ankle sprains.


Coordinates: 30°16′50.43″N 97°43′29.73″W / 30.2806750°N 97.7249250°W / 30.2806750; -97.7249250