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SUNY Cortland’s complete array of athletic, residential and dining facilities make it an ideal location for:

  • Regional, state, national and international contests
  • Tournaments
  • Sports camps

For a view of all the SUNY Cortland athletic facilities, visit our Map of SUNY Cortland Sports Facilities on this Web site.

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Wallace Field
The SUNY Cortland Red Dragon baseball team competes at Wallace Baseball Field.
Outdoor Athletic Fields

Robert Wallace Baseball Field, home to the SUNY Cortland Red Dragon baseball team, is located adjacent to the Lusk Field House. This beautifully maintained site, with its new infield grass, features an air conditioned/heated press box, new dugouts, spectator seating for 800 people, two outdoor batting cages adjacent to the field, and an indoor batting cage in Lusk Field House.

T. Fred Holloway Field is adjacent to the Stadium Complex and Dragon Field. Home to the Red Dragon soccer teams, Holloway Field features a well-maintained natural grass playing surface, an underground sprinkling system, lighting for night games, seating for 1,000 spectators, and nearby restroom and concession services.

Dragon Field, located adjacent to Holloway Field and the Stadium Complex, is home to the SUNY Cortland softball team. This new natural turf field features a new press box and seating for 150 spectators. Also new to the facility are the dugouts, backstop and an outdoor batting cage.

Additional athletic fields located next to the Stadium Complex provide five additional natural grass fields which can be used for soccer, field hockey and lacrosse sports camps.

The 22 newly resurfaced, hard court Tennis Courts are located by the Bessie L. Park Center, which offers athletic training, locker room and restroom facilities.

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Indoor Facilities

The 281,601-square foot Bessie L. Park Center is the hub of SUNY Cortland’s indoor intercollegiate, recreational and physical educational activities:

Corey Gym
Whitney T. Corey Gymnasium can be used as a full-size arena or divided into smaller gyms.
Whitney T. Corey Gymnasium, with a new maple hardwood floor, can be divided into three separate gymnasium facilities for use as basketball and volleyball courts. The full-size arena offers 18,000 square feet of space with bleacher seating on both sides to accommodate 3,500 spectators. The site has access to men’s and women’s locker rooms, showers, and an athletic training room. Ten badminton courts, equipped with state-of-the-art Schelde volleyball/badminton systems, are located on the two auxiliary courts. The site has been host to NCAA wrestling, volleyball and basketball championships, as well as college commencements, performances by famous entertainers and talks by nationally-renowned speakers.
Holsten Pool
Swimmers compete at the Harriet Holsten Pool
Harriet Holsten Pool is home to the SUNY Cortland swimming and diving teams. This six-lane, 50-meter pool features seating for 1,000 spectators and a state-of-the-art timing system. The 15-foot diving area, separated by a movable bulkhead, features two one-meter boards, a three-meter board, a water agitation system, and an underwater viewing deck.
Alumni Arena Ice Rink
Skaters warm up at the Alumni Arena ice rink
Alumni Arena, a 15,725-square foot facility, hosts the Red Dragon ice hockey teams in the winter and to many special events the rest of the year. Alumni Arena has new dasher boards and an ice resurfacer for skating and hockey events. From March to September, the 2,000-seat arena is used for a variety of special events, such as commencements, trade shows, conventions, concerts, Empire State Games, volleyball events, and sports camps.

Gymnastics Arena, which is fully equipped for women’s gymnastics competitions, offers balcony seating for 500 spectators. The site, which is perfect for gymnastics sport camps, has been used for Empire State Games competition, as well.

The Auxiliary Gym, located on the second level of the Park Center next to Corey Gymnasium and the Gymnastics Arena, can accommodate one basketball and/or volleyball court or four badminton courts. The 5,158-square foot gym features a maple hardwood floor, a Project Adventure (high ropes) course, and Cortland County’s only climbing wall. Its volleyball and badminton courts are equipped with state-of-the-art Schelde volleyball and badminton systems.

Located in the lower level of the Park Center are: a fully-padded, 3,200-square foot Wrestling Room; 10 regulation-size Racquetball Courts; and eight regulation-size Squash Courts. All of the racquetball and squash courts feature newly-resurfaced, maple hardwood floors and observation decks.
Lusk Field House
Lusk Field House is home to the annual Cortland County Business Showcase.
Lusk Field House is fully equipped with men’s and women’s locker room and shower facilities and is the site of all Red Dragon home indoor track events. The spacious 40,000-square foot building features a tartan-textured, six-lane indoor track, as well as pole vault and long jump pits. Protective netting can be lowered around the inside perimeter of the track, allowing the area to be used as a practice area for lacrosse, baseball and softball. The Field House is designed to be used for three basketball courts, six volleyball courts or 24 badminton courts. Lusk Field House is home to the annual Cortland County Business Showcase and has been used for major concert events.

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Higgins Hall
Higgins Hall
Residence and Dining Facilities

The SUNY Cortland campus offers comfortable housing with 2,800 beds in 13 residence halls. Nine different on-campus dining locations offer an outstanding menu variety to suit any taste – from spacious dining rooms for sit-down meals to deli-style shops and grab-and-go concessions.

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