Sports Venue Guide

Opened in 1993, the Gangelhoff Center, home of the Concordia University Golden Bears, is one of the busiest venues in the Twin Cities. The home court for the volleyball and basketball teams, Gangelhoff has 1,200 permanent seats but can expand its capacity to handle 4,000 fans for an event.
Archery Basketball Billards Boxing Cheerleading Dancing Fencing Gymnastics Martial Arts Table Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Weightlifting Wrestling
Sea Foam Stadium Features: Football/soccer athletic field with artificial turf, running track, field equipment, scoreboard, lights, temporary bleachers, parking; Inflatable bubble; Permanent seating, concession facilities, locker rooms, weight training; Press Box, outdoor plaza, offices, hospital
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Lanes:  32 Scoring:  Automatic Concessions:  Yes Pro Shop:  No Number of Parking Spaces:  N/A
Bowling
We've been family owned & operated for over 49 years, serving customers with the best family bowling experience. From open bowling to league bowling, Drkula's has something for everyone.   Lanes:  32
Bowling
Lanes:  16 Scoring:  Automatic Concessions:  Yes Pro Shop:  No Number of Parking Spaces:  N/A
Bowling
There's a good reason why Flaherty's Arden Bowl is considered one of the best bowling centers' in the Twin Cities area. We've been in the business since 1938 and still going strong. That's right! We're the oldest family owned bowling business, not just in the area... In the United States!
Bowling
Lanes:  24 Scoring:  Automatic Concessions:  Yes Pro Shop:  Yes Number of Parking Spaces:  N/A
Bowling
Hamline University maintains world-class athletic and recreational facilities. ATHLETIC FACILITIES Hutton Arena Basketball, Volleyball Klas Center Football, Track & Field
Archery Basketball Billards Boxing Cheerleading Dancing Fencing Figure Skating Football Gymnastics Horseshoes Ice Hockey Lacrosse Martial Arts Rugby Soccer Softball Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Ultimate Volleyball Weightlifting Wrestling
In 1967, the Hutton Arena was renovated at a cost of $800,000. The old bleachers were torn down and a four-inch thick concrete slab for the base was installed. New fluorescent lights were mounted and the ceiling was painted.
Archery Basketball Billards Boxing Cheerleading Dancing Fencing Gymnastics Martial Arts Table Tennis Volleyball Weightlifting Wrestling
The home of the Hamline football and track and field teams is the Robert and Alexandra Klas Center, which was completed in August 2004. The $7.1 million Klas Center is a four-level multi-use facility.
Football Lacrosse Rugby Soccer Track & Field Ultimate

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