Colorado State's softball facility, Ram Field, has been the home of the school's varsity softball program since its opening in 1995. The diamond is a state-of-the-art, NCAA-regulation field, just south of Moby Arena, complete with a high-quality sound system. The foul lines are 200 feet from home plate, and the center-field fence is 225 feet away.
The facility received a major upgrade in the fall of 2003, when the school added two batting cages, two pitching areas and a large, multi-purpose area. The upgrade was added just outside the Rams' third-base dugout. Additionally, the program has benefitted from the installation of two indoor batting cages in the school's auxiliary gym adjacent to Moby Arena. The recent upgrades have played a vital role in the Rams' practice preparation.