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Robert E. Taylor Stadium
Located adjacent to Maryland's state-of-the-art Comcast Center on the north side of campus, amenities include stadium seating for more than 1,500 fans, underground dugouts with restrooms, two bullpen areas, four batting cages, light towers, concessions area, ticket booth, press box, natural Bermuda grass outfield, electronic scoreboard, and ample parking.
After playing the majority of its season on the road, the Maryland softball team couldn't wait to take the field in College Park. The players' dreams finally came true on April 10, 2002 when they played the opening game against local rival Towson at the $3 million Terrapin Softball Complex.
The Terrapins hosted the 2010 NCAA Regionals for the first time in program history May 21-23, 2010. 14-seed Oklahoma, Big East champion Syracuse and Fordham all came to College Park for the first NCAA Tournament played at Robert E. Taylor Stadium.