Athletics Facilities

Health, Wellness & Athletics (HWA) Complex at Wittenberg University Whether it's the full Tiger roar of the crowd, the restorative spirit of fitness, or the Code Red call to action during competitive play, Wittenberg’s Health, Wellness & Athletics (HWA) Complex delivers a top-of-the-line experience that unites campus and community. Thanks to an inspiring, leadership-level gift by Wes ’70 and Ann Bates ’70, Wittenberg celebrated the opening of its fully renovated and expanded 265,000-square-foot Health, Wellness & Athletics Complex, and its centerpiece, The Steemer, on October 25, 2019, during Homecoming and Reunion Weekend. The Grand Opening marked the beginning of a new standard of excellence in NCAA Division III, in community engagement, and in student success. #TigerUp

Competition Facilities

  • The Steemer: Opened in 2019, this facility is the competition and training home for the Tiger Men's and Women's Indoor Track & Field, and it serves as a world-class, year-round training facility for all Wittenberg teams and students. Learn More
  • Edwards-Maurer Field at Wittenberg Stadium: Originally built in 1923, this artificial turf field serves as the home for the Tiger Football, Men's Soccer, Women's Soccer, Field Hockey, Men's Lacrosse, and Women's Lacrosse. Learn More
  • Pam Evans Smith Arena: Built in 1982, this facility serves as the home court for the Tiger Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, Men's Volleyball, and Women's Volleyball teams. Learn More
  • Wittenberg Natatorium: Opened in 1982, this facility provides ample space for competition and training for the Tiger Men's and Women's Swimming & Diving teams. Learn More
  • Carleton Davidson Stadium: Re-opened in 2004, Wittenberg Baseball shares this outstanding municipal facility with the Champion City Kings of the Prospect League. Learn More
  • Betty Doughman Dillahunt Field: Originally constructed in 1983, this facility serves as the home field for the Tiger Softball team. Learn More
  • David B. and Georgiana S. Albright Tennis Complex: Originally opened in 1997, this facility offers six lighted courts for competition and outdoor training by the Tiger Men's and Women's Tennis teams. Learn More
  • Earl F. Morris Track at Wittenberg Stadium: Sharing space inside Wittenberg Stadium with Edwards-Maurer Field, this facility provides excellent competition and training surfaces and facilities for the Tiger Men's and Women's Outdoor Track & Field and Men's and Women's Cross Country teams. Learn More
  • Springfield Country Club: Designed by famed golf course architect Donald Ross in 1898, this facility is situated overlooks a picturesque valley about one mile from campus and serves as the competition and training home for the Tiger Men's and Women's Golf teams. Learn More

Support Facilities

  • Bob Rosencrans Fitness Center: This facility provides space and equipment for strength, fitness and conditioning needs for all Wittenberg community members. Learn More
  • Kremcheck Family Athletic Training Facility: Wittenberg's athletic training facilities are among the best in small college athletics and provides ample high-tech equipment and workspace for the University's Sports Medicine professionals and student trainees. Learn More
  • The Bates Strength Center (pictured below): Opened in 2019, this facility is the jewel of Wittenberg's strength, fitness and conditioning program in support of all of the University's intercollegiate athletics teams.

The Bates Strength Center

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