Take a look at where you could be playing:
William Rolland Stadium and Gallery of Fine Art is the newest addition to the athletics complex on north campus. The two-story stadium, completed in fall 2011, has 2,000 fixed seats, an artificial turf field and outdoor sports lighting for football, soccer and intramural matches.
The Hutton Softball Field is located next to Ullman Stadium in the north campus athletics complex.
The Samuelson Aquatics Center's 50-meter pool, diving well and diving boards accommodate competitions in swimming, diving and water polo at the intercollegiate and intramural levels.
Named after the legendary Hall of Fame major league manager and staunch CLU supporter, the George "Sparky" Anderson Baseball Field was inaugurated in January 2006. Ullman Stadium offers covered dugouts and stadium seating for 300 people.
The Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center houses two major gymnasiums (1,500-seat Gilbert Arena and Soiland Recreation Center), Lundring Events Center, Forrest Fitness Center, exercise science and sports medicine facilities, a dance studio, classrooms and labs, the CLU Alumni Association Athletic Hall of Fame, the Ventura County Sports Hall of Fame, and offices for faculty, staff and coaches.
The Ron and Sue Poulson Tennis Center with six lighted tennis courts features Plexipave brand professional surfacing, purple courts and green out-of-bounds areas.