The Trusler Sports Complex is the site of intercollegiate baseball and softball games at Emporia State. Summer softball leagues and tournaments are also played at the Complex. It is located along Interstate 35 at the north end of the campus. The Complex consists of three lighted softball fields and a baseball field linked by an enclosed concession stand/press box that also houses restrooms and storage facilities.
In 2006, the Hanna Clubhouse was added to the complex, and houses locker rooms for Emporia State softball and baseball, umpires dressing room and a viewing deck for fans. In 2010, an indoor batting facility was constructed near the locker rooms.
The softball fields have 300-foot fences for slow pitch contests and temporary fences to accommodate fast pitch NCAA softball. The baseball field is one of the finest facilities in collegiate baseball, with artificial turf covering the infield. The complex served as host to the 1996 NCAA Division II National Softball Championship, as well as several NCAA Regional Tournaments in softball and baseball.