March 22, 2011
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (seminoles.com) - The Seminole Softball Complex at JoAnne Graf Field boasts some of the nation's top amenities in collegiate softball. The Florida State University athletic department makes it a top priority to keep the program head and shoulders above its competitors, and the final results show that such is true.
One aspect that continues to make the program shine is the incredible facilities it has. Visiting teams, coaching staffs and fans alike are always impressed with the first-class facilities that the FSU softball possesses - making it one of the most comfortable, scenic places to play and watch a game.
The arduous task of putting together the program's latest innovation - the indoor batting cage facility that also features a bullpen - is shown in the photo gallery displayed on this page. The facility is now complete, and updated photos will be posted soon to show FSU's supporters what the finished product looks like. Altogether, the facility carries two floors and approximately 12,000 square feet. There are hitting nets and bullpen areas abound, allowing the Seminoles to not miss a beat when the Tallahassee rain makes its present felt.
The Seminoles are known for hosting several tournaments year in and year out, not only because of the advantageous weather of North Florida, but because it has excellent facilities to host such events and take care of the opposition. Whether its opponents or the FSU softball team are preparing for the game in the new indoor batting cage facility, one mutual feeling is expressed - the Seminole Softball Complex at JoAnne Graf Field is a fantastic venue that keeps getting better.
Look for more photos of FSU's beautiful softball venue soon on seminoles.com