Mountain Lion Field
Four Diamonds Sports Complex has been the home of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' softball program since its inception in 1990. In 2005, the Mountain Lions moved from the complex's Green Field to its Red Field (since rechristened Mountain Lion Field), which has more than triple the seating capacity.
Mountain Lion Field features concrete block dugouts, a new scoreboard (complements of Pepsi) and a permanent outfield fence.
Since opening in the spring of 2005, Mountain Lion Field has been among the finest fastpitch-only facilities not only in Colorado Springs but in all of Division II. It's location, with a vista of Pikes Peak looming from behind third base and with majestic Pulpit Rock beyond center field, places it among the most picturesque venues in the nation.
Four Diamonds Sports Complex was built in 1980 after a partnership was formed between UCCS and the city Parks and Recreation Department. It is built upon university land, which was part of a large land donation by Dr. Virginia Tremblay. It is located on North Nevada Avenue, about - of a mile north of Austin Bluffs Parkway.