|Location||Skip Bertman Drive|
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803
|Owner||Louisiana State University|
|Operator||LSU Athletics Department|
|Capacity||1,289 (2,671 including 1,200 Tiger Park Terrace Seats)|
|Field size||L - 200, C - 220, R - 200|
|Construction cost||$12 million|
|LSU Tigers softball (NCAA)|
Tiger Park is a softball stadium located on the campus of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It serves as the home field of the LSU Lady Tigers softball team and is located on Skip Bertman Drive across from the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine. The official capacity of the stadium is 2,671 people. Tiger Parks record attendance of 3,242 came on March 25, 2016 in a game versus the University of Florida. The stadium also features an outfield berm, renamed the Tiger Park Terrace in 2016, that can accommodate in excess of 1,200 fans. The stadium opened prior to the 2009 college softball season.
In 2010, Tiger Park was rated the fifth-best architecture building by the LSU Faculty Senate Monthly Newsletter.
"Best seen at night, when its gables and overhang seem to brighten into a shimmering white sails winging through cool ebony skies, the softball stadium shows that LSU can come up with a building that plays to something other than the local taste for plantation imagery and Greco-Roman bric-a-brac. Welling out of a hillock in a way that suggests strong shoulders on the brink of swinging a home run, the softball stadium evidences a modest freshness that brings a smile and popcorn and hot dogs."
In 2013, Tiger Park was honored with the prestigious Field of the Year award by the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) for the college and university softball division.Tiger Park hosted the 2015 SEC Softball Tournament and 2015 NCAA Division I Regional.
|1999||30-3||.909||Hosted NCAA Regional|
|2000||31-4||.886||Hosted NCAA Regional|
|2001||29-1||.967||Hosted NCAA Regional|
|2006||34-3||.919||Hosted NCAA Regional|
|2008||30-6||.833||Hosted NCAA Regional, SEC Tournament|
|Total||338-51||.869||5 NCAA Regionals, 1 SEC Tournament|
|2010||31-5||.861||Hosted NCAA Regional|
|2013||26-6||.813||Hosted NCAA Regional|
|2015||38-5||.884||Hosted NCAA Regional, NCAA Super Regional, SEC Tournament|
|2016||31-9||.775||Hosted NCAA Regional|
|2017||31-6||.839||Hosted NCAA Regional|
|2018||35-4||.897||Hosted NCAA Regional|
|2019||29-9||.763||Hosted NCAA Regional|
|Total||304-76-1||.799||5 NCAA Regionals, 1 NCAA Super Regional, 1 SEC Tournament|
|23 seasons||642-127-1||.834||12 NCAA Regionals, 1 NCAA Super Regional, 2 SEC Tournaments|
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