Betty Lou Mays Field is included in the Turner Riverfront Complex. The soccer field opened in 1999 and was named during the 2000 season in honor of the late Betty Lou Mays of Amarillo, Texas. Mrs. Mays was the wife of Troy Mays, a 1945 graduate of Baylor; the two were longtime supporters of Baylor Athletics.
Betty Lou Mays Field has 3,000 seat stadium and a press box. Also, there are lights and the natural-turf playing field which features underground irrigation. New bleachers and dugouts were added prior to the 2000 season, hilighted with red brink and green steel to match the theme that runs throughout the campus and the rest of the Turner Riverfront Complex. In 2006 the field received a new sound system to further enhance fans' enjoyment at the games. In the summer of 2007 a brick wall encompassing the soccer field was added.
Betty Lou Mays Field is set in the plush backdrop of the Brazos River on University Parks Drive. The field is part of the Jim and Julie Riverfront Complex which includes Baylor Ballpark, Getterman Stadium and Baylor Tennis Complex. All four venues share the parking lot with the Ferrell Special Events Center.