Topeka
Topeka

Baseball & Softball

Baseball, softball and a multi-purpose field are all part of the newest athletic additions at Lake Shawnee and could be the site of your next big tournament. The Bettis Family Sports Complex alone includes six lighted baseball diamonds, which have played host to several NBC World Series. For the water sports enthusiasts, Lake Shawnee also offers various opportunities in scenic surroundings.

baseball

Lake Shawnee Girls Softball Complex

  • Four fields, all with Musco lighting
  • Fields accommodate ages 4 through collegiate level
  • All fields have a 200' fence
  • Backstop netting allowing for optimal spectator viewing
 

Bettis Family Sports Complex

  • Six baseball fields and one all-purpose field
  • Two PeeWee fields with 240' center field
  • One gopher field with 260' center field
  • Pony field has a left and right field of 300' and 385' center
  • Jerry Robertson Field has a 330' left and a 320' right with a 400' center 
  • All fields equipped with Musco lighting
 

Mike A. Torrez Baseball Complex

Named after MLB player Mike Torrez, a Topeka native, the Mike A. Torrez Baseball Complex features two professional level fields with warning tracks. The fescue blend "Natural Grass Playing Field Systems" are composed of a modified sand base rootzone with a sub-drainage system and an irrigation system. 

  • 325' down the lines, 385' to center field
  • 500 seating capacity for each field
  • Covered dugouts with bullpens
  • Netted batting cage nearby
 

Rueger Park Softball Complex

  • Four diamonds with 300' fences
  • Tournament quality lighting
  • Concession and restroom building
 

Shawnee North Sports Complex

  • Four diamond complex
  • Covered dugouts
  • Concession area
 

Felker Softball Complex

  • Four diamond complex
  • Bullpen, concession stand and restroom
  • Covered stands for spectators
 

Ken Berry Fields

  • 11 fields of all sizes and for all age ranges
  • Organized by Southwest Youth Athletic Association in the early 1970s
  • Consists of more than 150 teams