No matter what sport you compete in, you will be hard pressed to find better small college athletic facilities than you will at Pacific University.
Pacific's award-winning indoor and outdoor athletic facilities provide the best experience for student athletes and a great experience for fans to take in a Pacific game.
For Pacific students, the heart of their sports, fitness and recreational experience lies in the Stoller Center, the university's 96,000-square-foot indoor athletic complex.
The center includes a gymnasium, fieldhouse, weight and fitness center, racquetball courts, saunas, mat room and more. The wood floor gymnasium is home to the volleyball, basketball and wrestling teams. The 15,000 square foot fieldhouse, has two basketball courts, two tennis courts and four volleyball courts, depending on configuration. It provides indoor practice areas for baseball, softball, tennis and track & field.
Use of the Stoller Center is free to Pacific University students, faculty and staff.
Pacific University's football, soccer, women's lacrosse and track and field programs are privileged to call Hanson Stadium home.
Part of the Lincoln Park Athletic Complex, it features a state-of-the-art synthetic turf playing field, large light towers for evening practices and matches, a 9-lane, 400-meter oval track, and a covered grandstand that seats 1,100 spectators.
Chuck Bafaro Stadium
Part of the Lincoln Park Athletic Complex, Chuck Bafaro Stadium at Bond Field is home to Pacific University's baseball team.
It has a top-rated baseball diamond, permanent grandstands and enclosed press box, spacious dugouts and adjacent enclosed bullpens. Improved field drainage allows for a playable surface even during wetter seasons. In inclement weather, players practice indoors at the Stoller Center's fieldhouse.
Sherman/Larkins Stadium provides Pacific University's softball team a first-class playing surface and surroundings. The stadium is the only softball facility in the Northwest Conference to offer both enclosed bullpens and enclosed batting cage, as well as the only inning-by-inning scoreboard in the conference.
Forest Grove Aquatic Center
Located adjacent to the Pacific University campus, all students can use the Forest Grove Aquatic Center free of charge by showing their Boxer Card Id. Owned by the City of Forest Grove, the center shares a strong partnership with Pacific University and home to its men's and women's swimming programs.
The 25-yard pool is easily configured for competitive swimming, water polo or recreational activity. The center also features a therapy pool, spa and outdoor splash park.
Holce Tennis Courts
The Holce Tennis Courts are home to the Pacific tennis programs and are open daily for Pacific students, faculty and staff.
The facility features a total of six courts, allowing for faster play during conference events. All six courts are lighted and three of the courts are covered, allowing Boxers to play and practice in all conditions. The complex was honored as one of the top new outdoor tennis facilities in 2010 by the National Sport Builders Association.
Hagg Lake Boathouse
Pacific University's rowing teams practice at Henry Hagg Lake, a reservoir located just west of Forest Grove that is a popular recreation spot for swimming, fishing, boating, hiking and more. The ribbon cutting for Pacific University's Hagg Lake boathouse, located at Boat Ramp C, was held during the Hagg Lake Invitation Regatta in 2015.