Midway Stadium is home to the Hamline Piper and Saint Paul Saints baseball teams. It is also used for various activities throughout the year including municipal athletics, college and high school football and baseball games, and rentals.
In the fall of 1998, Hamline officially opened the Lloyd W.D. Walker Fieldhouse. The uniquely designed facility gave a new home to the Piper Athletic Department as well as a gymnastics training facility among numerous other functions.
The historic Lee and Rose Warner Coliseum is located on the Minnesota State Fair grounds and can be seen from the University campus. Coliseum has seating for 5,250 people and is capable of hosting an NCAA post-season contest.
Hazeltine was founded in 1962 on the rules and traditions of golf. With a solid foundation and distinguished history, Hazeltine is internationally renowned for providing an incomparable golfing experience.
The mission of Interlachen Country Club is to create an exceptional experience for all our members & guests by continuing our rich tradition as one of the finest country clubs in the nation, providing a premier golf course/experience with outstanding programs in pool, tennis, fitness and othe
The Alumni Gymnasium seats up to 1,200 spectators for basketball and volleyball games, 50 percent more than the previous space, and is state-of-the-art in all regards. The wood floor is considered top-of-the-line and the steep angle of the bleachers allow fans to be close to the action.
The field house will accommodate four multipurpose courts and a 200-meter indoor track. The field house will host several indoor track events and can accomodate multiple sports practicing at the same time. Tennis and volleyball nets can be set up at anytime for the recreational users.
Macalester has six newly resurfaced courts sitting between the Olin/Rice Hall of Science and the new baseball field. Youth groups and summer camps use the Macalester courts in summer months, while Scot teams use it for practice and matches in the spring and fall.