Early Renovations

The USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex underwent a major face lift from 2002-2003, thanks to a bond issue passed by the citizens of Oklahoma City in October of 2000.

Work on the stadium began in July of 2002, and consisted of adding 519 new parking spaces and the construction of the new Hall of Fame Plaza and Sports Festival Esplanade. The Esplanade is a 300-foot long 40-foot wide walkway for vendor tents and Fan Fest activities during the NCAA Women’s College World Series.

In addition, 3,000 additional permanent seats were also added to along the first base and third base sides of the stadium, as will new bathrooms. The additional seating increased the total seating of the stadium to 5,000. A new upper concourse connected the north fields with concessions and bathrooms.

In phase II of the renovation, two new fields with lighting and covered concrete stadium seating were added west of the existing complex. Field 2 was also refurbished with permanent seating.

 2013-15 Renovations

Starting in 2013, OGE Energy Field at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex has undergone major renovations!  Beginning in September, 2013, renovations included updated and expanded dugouts, underground locker rooms, restrooms and training rooms, new photo wells for media and television crews and a new parking pad for television crews.

Renovations will continue after the conclusion of the 2014 season.  Click here to view photos of the renovation process>>