Los Angeles, California 90095
Telephone: (310) 825-8699

Softball field (opened 1996)
Seats 1,200

About Easton Stadium

One of the nation's premier softball programs has its own home at Easton Stadium. UCLA's softball squad moved into the 1,200-seat facility in 1996.

Named for prominent UCLA engineering alumnus Jim Easton - president of Easton Aluminum, maker of advanced sporting equipment including bats - the facility was recognized by Athletics Management magazine as one of the finest of its type in the nation. It was built on the former site of the Bel-Air heliport on the north side of the UCLA campus.

The all-time attendance record of 1,247 was set for a UCLA-Arizona State game in April 1997.

Quick Facts

The basics:
The field is natural grass with a clay infield. Dimensions include left and right-field line measurements of 190 feet and 210 feet to straightaway center. Seating is available for 1,200.

Location and parking:
Easton Stadium is at the northern end of the UCLA campus, south of Sunset Boulevard via Bellagio Road. Access is easiest via the Sunset off-ramp of the San Diego (405) Freeway.

The facility is managed by the university. Inquiries concerning its use should be directed to Kevin Borg, facilities director, at (310) 825-8699 or by fax at (310) 206-7047.

Technical information:
The softball-only facility opened on January 9, 1996. Although there are 1,200 fixed seats, additional seating could be added in the outfield area.

In addition to the field, there are locker room for the Bruins, visitors and for officials. There is a small athletic training facility and modest meeting facilities within the complex. There is a small press box facility on the first-base side.

There are permanent ticket sales and concession facilities and a Daktronics electronic scoreboard.