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Mississippi State Athletic Facilities


A.J. Pitts Tennis Centre

Considered to be one of the finest tennis facilities among the collegiate ranks, the modern six-court, 1,000-seat A.J. Pitts Tennis Centre was constructed in 1984 and has been home to State's nationally-prominent tennis program since that time. Full Facility Info...

Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field

Capacity crowds have become the norm at Mississippi State's Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field. The facility, which has undergone several renovations during its lifetime, is the second-oldest Division I-A stadium in the country. Full Facility Info...

Dudy Noble Field/Polk-DeMent Stadium

There is no place like home, especially when you're the Mississippi State University Baseball Bulldogs and home has room enough for nearly 15,000 of the nation's most avid baseball fans. That home is Dudy Noble Field, Polk-DeMent Stadium, long regarded as one of the biggest and best campus venues for college baseball in America. Full Facility Info...

Holliman Athletic Center

In April 2005, Mississippi State officially dedicated a new, 46,000-square foot athletic center, providing Bulldog football with a new practice locker room, equipment room and team meeting rooms and lounge, as well as a state-of-the-art athletic training area and strength and conditioning facility. Full Facility Info...

Humphrey Coliseum

Humphrey Coliseum is the largest on-campus basketball arena in the state of Mississippi. Opened in 1975, Humphrey Coliseum has undergone many modifications during recent years to rank as one of the finest multi-purpose facilities in the Southeastern Conference. Full Facility Info...

John H. Bryan Sr. Athletic Administration Building

The crown jewel of MSU's expansion projects during the 1990s is the Bryan Athletic Administration Building. The facility houses MSU's administrative offices as well as the athletic ticket office, the Bulldog Club, external relations and business offices. Full Facility Info...

Leo Seal Jr. Football Complex

Opened in January 2013, the Leo Seal Jr. Football Complex is an all-encompassing football training and office facility of approximately 80,000 square feet. The facility includes a weight room, locker room, training room and coaches’ offices. Located north of the Palmeiro Center, the building overlooks the football practice fields to the east and Mississippi Highway 12 to the west. Full Facility Info...

Leo Seal M-Club Center

Gracing the south end zone of historic Scott Field, the Seal M-Club provides a game-day gathering place for Mississippi State's lettermen organization, the M-Club. The Seal building formally opened in the fall of 1990, and was presented to Mississippi State University as a gift from 1947-48 Bulldog football lineman Leo Seal Jr. Full Facility Info...

McCarthy Gymnasium

The long-time Mississippi State basketball facility was converted in 1999 into a two-court indoor tennis complex. The facility is being utilized primarily for practices in times of inclement weather, but also serves as a competitive arena when matches at MSU's primary outdoor stadium, the A.J. Pitts Tennis Centre, are in jeopardy. Full Facility Info...

Mize Pavilion at Humphrey Coliseum

The latest addition to Mississippi State's men's and women's basketball programs is the $11.2-million basketball Mize Pavilion practice facility, a spacious 57,611 square foot facility which contains 28,900 square feet of court space. Full Facility Info...

MSU Football Practice Fields

To prepare for each and every football game, Mississippi State enjoys the services of three full-length practice fields located on the northern part of campus. Full Facility Info...

MSU Golf Practice Facility

Old Waverly Golf Club, one of the South’s premier golf destinations located in nearby West Point, Miss., will become the new home to Mississippi State men’s and women’s varsity golf programs, the MSU Athletic Department announced in the summer of 2014. Full Facility Info...
 
MSU Soccer Field
Home to the Mississippi State women's soccer team since 1995, the Mississippi State Soccer Field gives the Bulldogs one of the finest playing surfaces in the Southeast. Full Facility Info...

MSU Softball Field

Home to the Mississippi State women's softball team since 1997, the MSU Softball Field gives the Bulldogs one of the finest facilities in the Southeast. The facility features a main grandstand area which will accommodate more than 750 people with opportunities for expansion in the future. Full Facility Info...
 
Newell-Grissom Building
The Volleyball Bulldogs play their home matches in the Newell-Grissom Building, a spacious facility featuring 12,000 square feet of hardwood flooring and arena seating for more than 2,000. Full Facility Info...

Palmeiro Center

During ceremonies in Starkville in November 2004, Mississippi State formally broke ground on the Palmeiro Center, a $3.8 million practice facility for baseball and football. The lead gift toward completion of the project was provided by Lynne and Rafael Palmeiro. Full Facility Info...

Shira Complex

The Shira Fieldhouse Complex, which underwent a million-dollar renovation in 1992 and another facelift in 2005, serves as one of Mississippi State's two primary facilities for conditioning, treating and equipping Bulldog athletes. Full Facility Info...

Spencer Stadium/Maddox Track

Co-named in honor of a two-time Olympian and a former MSU athletic director, the W.O. Spencer Stadium/Carl Maddox Track is the home of the Bulldog and Lady Bulldog track and field teams. Full Facility Info...
 
Templeton Athletic Academic Center

Opened in 2008, the Templeton Athletic Academic Center is a $10 million facility which spans 34,000 square feet. It serves the entire athletic department and includes individual computer rooms, academic counselor offices, tutor work areas, a large open study area and a 300-seat dining facility with a fully-functioning kitchen. Full Facility Info...

Turman Fieldhouse

Located underneath the Leo Seal M-Club Center, the Turman Fieldhouse, which was renovated in 1999, houses gameday locker rooms for both MSU and the visitor, and a modern recruiting area. Full Facility Info...
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