Reynolds Field Complex


In 2014 the $10.7 million Reynolds Field athletic complex became part of campus. It includes synthetic turf fields for football/soccer/lacrosse, baseball, and softball, as well as six regulation-size tennis courts, updated bleacher seating, and new locker rooms.

Our first Victory Bowl in football was in Canton, Ohio at Fawcett Stadium next to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. It was a back and forth game and we finally pulled away in the 4th quarter to win the game. It was so much fun to see our team receive validation for their hard work, but as we looked back on journey to get to that point we realized the real joy was in the experience. Coach Jimmy Miller pulled us together after the game, and talked about the mountain climb of a season that we had just undergone. The joy was in the climb, and the top was cold and windy. It reinforced to me that I needed to take joy in the journey, not the destination.
Steve Gibbs


From the north:
Follow I-35E South to Hwy. 36 West. Exit onto Snelling Ave North to the third stop light, Lydia Ave, and turn left.

From the south:
Follow I-35W North to Hwy 36 East. Exit onto Snelling Ave North to the third stop light, Lydia Ave, and turn left.

From the east:
Follow Hwy 36 West to Snelling Ave North. At the third stop light, Lydia Ave, turn left.

From the west/northwest:
Follow I-494/I-694 East to Snelling Ave and exit South. At the first stop light, Lydia Ave, turn right.

From the airport by car:
Follow I-494 west to I-35W north to Hwy 36 east. Exit on Snelling Ave north. Turn left at the third stoplight, Lydia Ave.


Ball Field Parking (Lot J) is a multi-purpose parking area beginning behind the baseball backstop and extending down the first base line all the way to the west gate. This is both a General Parking area open to properly permitted Faculty/Staff, Commuters, and Visitors as well as those holding a Resident Permit. There is overflow parking for sporting events in the Pond (Lot B) parking area.


This location is accessible to wheelchairs.