Getterman Stadium is one of the four facilities included in the Turner Riverfront Complex. The stadium opened in 1999 and has the capacity to hold 1,230 fans. Getterman Stadium is named after Ted and Sue Getterman in 2000 by the Baylor Athletic Department. The stadium is the nation's premier colliegate softball stadium. The generous Getterman donation is recognized as the largest single donation ever to Baylor women's athletics.
The Gettermans are lifelong residents of Waco and met when they were students at Baylor. Ted Getterman is a former mayor of Waco.
Getterman Stadium has 430 chairback seats and 800 bleacher seats, most of which is covered by the awing. The stadium also holds a state-of-the art press box. The press box is fully air-conditioned and carpeted, it includes two radio booths (one for the home and one for the visitors), a control room for public address and scoreboard, a VIP booth with theatre seating, a two-level press room and two restrooms. In addition, a concession area and novelty store are located on the lower level.
In 2002, the Baylor Softball and Tennis Clubhouse opened next to Getterman Stadium. This new facility features locker, team, training and equipment rooms and office suites for all the softball staff. In 2003, Getterman Stadium became the nation's first collegiate softball facility to receive a sport video board. All of this makes Getterman Stadium the nation's premier collegiate softball facility.
Getterman Stadium has hosted:
2004 NCAA Regional
2005 NCAA Super Regional
2007 NCAA Super Regional