Regents Center

The Regents indoor track is used by students for sports training and fitness courses.

Legends features strength equipment and a climbing wall on its first floor.

Legends features cardiovascular equipment and cable television on its second floor.

Student athletes in basketball and volleyball use the Regents gym for practice and games.

The wrestling room is home to the nationally ranked Norse wrestling team.

Regents Indoor Track
Legends (First Floor)
Legends (Second Floor)
Regents Gym
Wrestling Room

Regents Center and its adjoining facilities including the Sports and Recreation Center (SRC), Legends Fitness for Life Center, and the Aquatic Center, make it a primary hub for student athletes on campus. Regents Center is on lower campus along with Carlson Stadium, Farwell Hall, and additional outdoor athletic facilities including the baseball and softball diamonds and the soccer field.

Regents Center

  • Four basketball courts
  • Three volleyball courts
  • Three racquetball courts
  • Wrestling practice room
  • Turf practice room
  • Golf practice room with net

Sports and Recreation Center (SRC)

  • 45,000-square-foot facility
  • 200-meter, six-lane track
  • Two batting cages
  • Six tennis courts
  • Two basketball courts

Legends Fitness for Life Center

  • Strength equipment
  • Cardiovascular equipment
  • 30-foot climbing wall
  • Cable television
  • Lounge with computer access

Outdoor Athletic Facilities

  • 400-meter all-weather track
  • 12 tennis courts
  • Carlson Stadium
  • Baseball and softball diamonds with enclosed dugouts
  • Lighted soccer field
  • Cross country running course
  • Intramural fields
  • Fitness trail
  • Rugby pitch
  • Driving range and putting green
  • Ropes course
  • Room for cross country skiing

Quick Facts

  • Regents Center was built in 1963
  • Regents Center expansion was completed in 1991
  • Legends Fitness for Life Center was completed in 2001
  • Aquatic Center was completed in 2013