Southeast Softball Complex
Field Dimensions: LF – 190′; CF – 220′; RF – 190′
Recent Upgrades: Windscreen along outfield wall, scoreboard and protective fencing in front of dugouts.
Dedication Game: vs. Northern Iowa (Mar. 6, 1999)
The Southeast Softball Complex has been the home of the Redhawks for 15 years.
The complex contains three regulation softball fields, all of which have lights. The facility includes batting cages, an air-conditioned press box large enough to accomodate print and broadcast media, and bleacher seating for 600. In addition, there is a hill beyond the right field fence that provides fans with a unique view of the action.
Southeast played Northern Iowa in its first game at the Southeast Softball Complex on Mar. 6, 1999. Prior to that, the Redhawks played their home games at Parker Field, located in the heart of the Southeast Missouri campus.
The Southeast Softball Complex was constructed as part of Southeast Missouri’s effort to improve its sports facilities. At the time, that project also included new tennis courts, a FieldTurf artificial playing surface for football and soccer teams, the resurfacing of the Abe Stuber track and new locker rooms for the volleyball, baseball and men’s and women’s basketball programs.
A windscreen along the outfield wall, state-of-the-art scoreboard and protective fencing in front of both dugouts are among recent upgrades to the Southeast Softball Complex.