ASA Hall of Fame Stadium

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USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex
View towards home plate along the first base side
Full name OGE Energy Field at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex
Location Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, U.S.
Coordinates 35°31′29″N 97°27′49″W / 35.524796°N 97.463719°W / 35.524796; -97.463719Coordinates: 35°31′29″N 97°27′49″W / 35.524796°N 97.463719°W / 35.524796; -97.463719
Operator USA Softball Inc.
Capacity 7,300
Construction
Opened 1987
Renovated 2003[1]

OGE Energy Field at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex (formerly the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium) is a 7,300-seat multi-purpose stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States. It is owned and operated by USA Softball.

The USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex originally opened in 1987, under the name "ASA Hall of Fame Stadium". It was renamed in 2017 when the Amateur Softball Association re-branded to USA Softball. [2] The stadium underwent extensive renovations from September 2013 to 2015.[3]

Through 2017, it hosted two major college tournaments: the Big 12 Conference championship and the Women's College World Series, as well as the World Cup of Softball, one of the premiere International Softball events. The Big 12 Conference decided to discontinue their tournament after 2010, however the Women's college World Series is still held there. In 2017 the Big 12 Conference decided to hold a conference tournament starting in the 2017 season, it will still be held at this location.

In 2007, it was ranked the number eight sporting venue in the state of Oklahoma.

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  1. ^ "ASA Hall of Fame Complex Renovation". Retrieved 2009-08-30. 
  2. ^ http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Softball/News/2016/June/30/Rebrand-to-USA-Softball-and-new-logo-unveiled.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ "2013-15 Renovations". USA Softball official website. United States Olympic Committee. Retrieved 2017-06-04. 

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