The University of Minnesota softball team has its own ‘Field of Dreams’ that is both attractive to recruits and fan-friendly to the people of Minnesota. Jane Sage Cowles Stadium was constructed from the vision of co-head coaches Lisa Bernstein and Julie Standering and the University of Minnesota Athletics Department. The lighted-for-television facility has both grandstand (bench-back) and stadium (box-chair) seating for 1,000 spectators. Along with the primary playing field, the facility is complete with dugouts, double warm-up bullpens and batting cages behind the outfield wall that allow teams full use of the facility. A two-story building behind home plate houses the team locker room and also includes restrooms, food services, athletic training, a full press box and team meeting facilities. Jane Sage Cowles Stadium would not be complete without a lighted scoreboard and state-of-the-art sound system that add to the overall experience of the game. A ticket kiosk and plaza area are built at the entrance to the stadium, along with additional practice facilities. Jane Sage Cowles Stadium also features convenient wheelchair access and seating areas.