Cal State Stanislaus Athletics

Facilities (old)
Ed & Bertha Fitzpatrick Arena
Student Recreation Complex & Al Brenda Track
Warrior Baseball Field
Warrior Softball Field
CSUS Tennis Courts
Cross Country on-campus Route
Turlock Golf and Country Club

Warrior Arena
Basketball, Volleyball, Athletics Offices

Prior to the start of the 2010-11 season, the Arena was renamed Ed & Bertha Fitzpatrick Arena.

The gymnasium took on the name, Warrior Arena, in 1999 — 21 years after it was built on the east side of the campus.
The Arena is home to the Warriors’ men’s and women’s basketball teams, the women’s volleyball team, department of Intercollegiate Athletics, as well as the department of Kinesiology.
Warrior Arena has become one of the toughest places to play in the conference and is noted for its atmosphere and vocal fan support.

Capacity: 2,000 (basketball), 1,200 (volleyball)



Soccer, Track & Field

A new student recreation complex including a fitness center and collegiate level stadium opened in August of 2009. 

For maximum access, the SRC is located in the northeast corner of campus at the corner of Geer Road and Christoffersen Parkway.

The Student Recreation Complex includes a new fitness center (18,500 square feet), lighted track and soccer field with stadium seating, press box, restrooms, parking and landscape.

The Recreation Center includes a fitness room, aerobic space, locker rooms, and a multi-purpose court for student use. The track and soccer field stadium features a 2100-seat grandstands and press box to help the University maintain a competitive facility for games and meets.

Addition of a lighted intramural field will provide CSU Stanislaus with its first dedicated facility for that program. Participation in intramurals has increased dramatically with the University's steady enrollment growth and improved student generated recreation programs.

Stadium Capacity: 2,100

Championships Hosted:
2009 CCAA Men's & Women's Soccer Championships
2010 CCAA Men's & Women's Soccer Championships
2011 CCAA Men's & Women's Soccer Championships
2011 CCAA Men's & Women's Track & Field Championships
2011 NCAA Division II Men's & Women's Track & Field Championships
2013 CCAA Men's & Women's Track & Field Championships
2013 CCAA Men's & Women's Soccer Championships
2013 NCAA Division II Women's Soccer Championships, First & Second Rounds

[Photos] [Website]

Warrior Baseball Field has continually been improved since it was originally built in 1965. Many improvements were made by former head coach Jim Bowen including the addition of fencing, dugouts and bleachers.

In 1987, the press box and storage facility were added. In 2000, a new scoreboard was added in left field and the batting cages were installed in 2001.

Over the course of current head coach Kenny Leonesio's tenure, a barbecue area was added down the left field line and a team clubhouse with oak lockers for each player were among the upgrades.

The latest feature at Warrior Baseball Field is an attractive, old-fashion manual scoreboard in right field that features inning-by-inning scores and out-of-town CCAA scores.

The field dimensions are 340 feet down the lines, 375 feet in the alleys and 380 feet dead center.

Capacity: 1,500


The Softball Field is home to the 2007 West Region Champions and is situated adjacent to Warrior Arena and across the street from the baseball diamond and the new Student Recreation Complex.

The softball field has been called one of the best play surfaces in the CCAA and includes beautifully landscaped outfields where trees lined along the fencing.

The field improvements were made over the years by head coach Jan Schefkowitz and her staff. Feature plans to upgrade the facility include a grandstand with press box, as well as restrooms, locker rooms and a concession stand.

Championships Hosted:
2007 NCAA Division II West Regional Championship


The on-campus tennis courts were part of the addition to the Residential Life Village and is located across from Warrior Baseball Field.

The six-court complex is home of the Warriors women's tennis team, which began play with its first season as a Division II program in the Spring of 2009.

Cross Country

The newly designed campus route hosted the 2007 CCAA Cross Country Championships and received much praised as being a spectator-friendly course.

The on-campus course is flat with pavement, grass and dirt. The starting line is on the dirt lot near Lot 8 in the Southeastern corner of the campus and the Finish will be near Warrior Lake adjacent to the Faculty Development Center.

Championships Hosted:
2007 CCAA Cross Country Championships

Download Course Map (PDF).

The Turlock Golf and Country Club is the home course of the nationally recognized Warriors men's golf program. The country club is located just outside of the City of Turlock.

It has hosted the annual Stanislaus Invitational over the past 35 years and was the host site of the 2000 NCAA Division II National Championship tournament.

As one of the oldest country clubs in the Central California Valley, Turlock Golf & Country Club maintains a reputation of a well respected, family country club that offers some of the finest golf in the area. Turlock Golf & Country Club features an incomparable golf course, friendly and attentive staff, a full range of social events and and informal get-togethers ideal for family activities and business gatherings.

Championships Hosted:
1993 NCAA Division II Men's Golf National Championships
2000 NCAA Division II Men's Golf National Championships

[Course Website]

While Cal State Stanislaus does not compete in water sports at the intercollegiate level, a swimming pool is available for student-athletes for their workouts and training.

The pool is mainly used for kinesiology classes and intramural activities with drop-in swimming hours available.

For directions to the athletics facilities and parking information, please see the Warrior Athletics Visitors Guide