Home to CSU softball, Cougar Field is regarded as one of the top softball facilities in the entire country to watch a softball game. A recent recipient of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association and Stabilizer Solutions 2010 Field Maintenance award, Cougar Field was rated the top playing surface in all of Division II. It features a state-of-the-art Matrix scoreboard in right center, professional lighting, and spacious walk-in dugouts equipped with restroom facilities for both teams. Not only did the field serve as the practice site for the 1996 Olympic Team, it has been used by several top Division I schools for practices and also hosted numerous games and tournaments for both high school and junior colleges.
There have been several major improvements made to Cougar Field the past two years. In 2009, three full length batting cages and a tee area were added featuring a turf hitting surface and new netting. Along with the hitting and tee area, four new mounds were added to the bullpen area. A new molded black fence was placed around the entire stadium, a ten-foot warning track was installed, and the entire infield was re-crowned and resurfaced with major league turface. In the summer of 2010, the entire infield grass area was removed, re-graded, and new sod was installed.
Off the field, CSU softball uses the Charles B. Morrow Clubhouse where they enjoy their own personal lockers, bathroom, showers, and laundry facility. The locker room also features a lounge area complete with couches and a flat screen television equipped with DirectTV. The clubhouse also houses the coaches offices, coaches locker room, and storage areas.