GCU’s State-of-the-Art Club Sports Facilities

one of GCU’s State-of-the-Art Club Sports Facilities

Grand Canyon University students who participate in club sports enjoy many benefits; one of these is access to the institution’s outstanding athletic facilities. While enjoying unmatched amenities, GCU’s club sports student-athletes compete and practice in many exceptional locations. Additionally, the university is completing its “GCU 10 in 2” initiative that involves the completion of 10 fantastic sports facilities over the span of two years. These developments and new construction projects are promoting a world-class athletic environment for student-athletes. Read on to discover more about some of GCU’s state-of-the-art club sports facilities:

Colter Tennis Facility and Fields

Colter Tennis Facility and Fields is a multipurpose venue that boasts two high-quality fields for student-athletes in the club sports program. While the fields are used by GCU club baseball and softball, along with men’s and women’s rugby, the club tennis team practices and competes on the facility’s six new tennis courts.

GCU Stadium

Home to select rugby and lacrosse matches, GCU Stadium is a 6,000-seat venue that opened in August 2016. This location is a state-of-the-art facility that is among the best locations in the West to enjoy men’s and women’s rugby and lacrosse games. On game days, the atmosphere in GCU Stadium is one of amazing energy, helping to drive the Lopes to success.

Performance Athletic Center

The Performance Athletic Center (PAC) features state-of-the-art weight rooms, where club sports student-athletes can focus on increasing strength, speed and overall performance. This advanced training location helps club sports athletes stay in top shape so they can avoid injury and compete at high levels.

Grand Canyon University invites you to experience and take advantage of our excellent club sports program. For information, see our website or use the Request More Information button on this page.

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