The crown jewel of the Marian University Athletic Complex is St.Vincent Health Field. The facility was completed on July 1, 2009, and will be the home for Knights football, men's soccer, and women's soccer. Phase one of the facility was completed last fall in time for the home soccer seasons and served as the home site for the 2008 MCC champion women's soccer program. The field features an artificial playing surface from ProGrass and an eight-lane latex track for conditioning and practice sessions. The recently completed Phase Two added a 500-seat visiting spectator stand as well as a 2,500-seat home spectator stand. The venue also features a fully functional press box with state-of-the-art scoreboard and message board controls. St.Vincent Health Field also has team meeting rooms, a concession stand, hospitality area, and storage space for track, soccer, and football equipment.
The Marian University Cycling Center is a state-of-the-art cycling training center and is home to the 11-time track cycling national championship-winning Knights cycling program. The center is home to spin classes, training for the cycling program, and cycling services for the Marian University community. The center has Comp-U-Trainers for individual training, spin bikes for community use, and a Velotron for analysis.
The Adams Fitness Center is the workout facility for student-athletes and the Marian University community. The lower level fitness center is a weight training area for student-athletes and the community that focuses on free-weight training. The upper level fitness center is also utilized by student-athletes and the community and focuses on the cardiovascular training provided by treadmills, step machines, and stationary bicycles.
Home to the women's softball program, the varsity softball field was completed in the spring of 2009. The infield is a full-dirt diamond and has a natural grass outfield. It contains a pair of fully enclosed dugouts, a full-size batting cage down the right field line, and bullpens adjacent to each dugout. It also features a state-of-the-art scoreboard with wireless control and a fully functional press box with public address capabilities. The press box rests on a strorage area that will allow storage of equipment for the adjacent tennis center and the softball field.
Home to the nine-time Mid-Central College Conference champion baseball program, the varsity baseball field was built in 1980. The field, formerly Kaufman Field, is a natural grass surface featuring an all-dirt infield and base paths. The fully functional press box features public address functions, a small two-tier suite for entertaining, and a full locker room for the team. A state-of-the-art scoreboard with wireless function was added in 2008. The field also features lights for evening games and wooden bleachers for a traditional ballpark experience.
The home to Knights men's basketball, women's basketball, and volleyball was built in 1982 and features a state-of-the-art expansion that was completed in 2007. The Physical Education Center features the athletics administration offices and has a full gymnasium with retractable bleachers on both sides for optimal viewing and a 24-foot scoring table with electronic signage. The new foyer features banners highlighting the affiliations of Marian University and its Franciscan tradition.
The home for Marian University men's and women's tennis was reconstructed and completed in 2008. The facility features eight outdoor courts with blue and green surfacing. The original courts were reconstructed and have created a venue that allows for open viewing of tennis matches and is set against a backdrop of trees.
Western Bowl will serve as the official practice facility of Marian University men's and women's bowling beginning in the fall of 2010. Western Bowl is a subsidiary of Royal Pin Leisure Centers and is located at 6441 West Washington Street, just 10 minutes from the Marian University campus. WesternBowl is a fully functional non-smoking bowling alley offering 36 Brunswick Pro synthetic lanes and automated scoring for a great bowling experience.