Frierson Field has been the home of the Choctaws for over three decades thanks to the generosity of Pete Frierson and Frierson Building Supply.
The facility features a grandstand area directly behind home plate that seats up to 1,200 people, and an enclosed pressbox atop the grandstand. The pressbox has heating and cooling features and two levels of seating that can accomadate up to 12 people and two broadcast crews.
Restrooms and a concession stand are located behind the first-base dugout.
In 2005, a covered practice facility was constructed on the third base side of the stadium. The facility has enough space for two full-length batting cages, as well as bullpen.
The scoreboard was added in 2002 giving the Choctaws one of the large boards in the American Southwest Conference.