Titan Softball Complex
Fully remodeled for the 2001 season, the Titan Softball Complex stands as one of the top collegiate softball venues in the nation.
After spending the first five seasons at Lions Field located at Brea Blvd. and Lemon St., the Cal State Fullerton softball program moved to its permanent home on campus in 1985 where it has remained ever since.
With the addition of the baseball stadium and the 10,000-seat multi-purpose Titan Stadium in 1992, the Titan Softball Complex also received some additions. An upgraded press box and expanded seating for up to 3,000 fans on portable bleachers were in the works as well as the addition of the message board to the existing electronic scoreboard beyond the leftfield fence.
With the start of the 1995 season, the stadium received its second face-lift that featured concrete pavement around both backstops for added fan comfort and safety as well as expanded batting cages and bullpens.
Before the start of the 2001 season, the face of the complex was drastically changed as the main softball diamond was literally flipped on end, to expand seating for Goodwin Field and create more of a stadium atmosphere for softball.
The primary diamond features elevated grandstand seating with permanent box seating behind home plate. Chair back bleachers were added down both baselines to hold a capacity of 1,000 fans. A permanent expanded two-tiered press box was added as well as a beautifully landscaped grassy knoll that runs from foul line to right centerfield in the outfield.
The main field also features two complete bullpens with room for two pitchers to warm up simultaneously and sunken dugouts for both teams. The softball and baseball fields are joined by a structure between the two fields which houses the Doubek-Wilson VIP room, expanded locker rooms and clubhouses and offices for the coaches.
The current configuration encompasses two lighted and fenced softball fields that are utilized at their capacity during Cal State Fullertons two premier spring softball tournaments, the Worth Invitational and the Kia Klassic, as well as year-round use by the City of Fullerton and other area organizations.
First Game: Feb. 14, 1985
First Win: def. Cal Poly, 2-0 & 7-0
Seating Capacity: 1,000
Playing Surface: Dirt Infield, Natural Grass Outfield
Dimensions (Left-Center-Right): 190-220-190
Home Record: 602-204 (.747)
NCAA Regionals Hosted: 12 (1982-87, 89-92, 1996, 2003)
ED. NOTE... the current stadium configuration was completed following the 2000 season and reopened in 2001. The Titans were swept in a doubleheader (6-0 & 18-3) against UCLA on Feb. 7, 2001.
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