A variety of excellent athletic facilities designed to cultivate physical achievement and well-being, both among intercollegiate athletes and the campus community is available at Morrisville State College. In addition to intercollegiate sports, the college provides the opportunity for all students to get involved through intramural sports and activities. Our comprehensive, year-long program of on-campus intramural sports includes many leagues, tournaments and special events that are available to all students, regardless of athletic ability. Open athletic recreation time is scheduled weekly.
Athletic Stadium / Drake Field
The Morrisville State College Stadium is a focal point for campus life and serves as home field for six of Morrisville’s 16 athletic teams, supporting a richer residential life experience through expanded intramural programs and building a stronger sense of Mustang pride. With a multi-purpose synthetic turf field, home and visiting locker rooms, officiating rooms and an impressive press box, the multi-million dollar facility not only expands the general admission seating capacity, but also intensifies the game-day atmosphere.
John W. Stewart Center for Student Activities (STUAC)
STUAC houses the main gymnasium that serves as home to women's volleyball, along with men’s and women’s basketball, and also contains a state-of-the-art fitness center, coaching offices, athletic training room, and additional men’s and women’s locker rooms.
Also serving as the Student Activities Center, the facility houses Mustang Alley food court, the Smooth Jazzy Joz snackbar, the theater and student lounges.
The fitness center, located in STUAC, includes two main areas: an aerobic room and a weight training room. The center offers state-of-the-art training devices, stair climbers, treadmills, rowing machines, free weights, and hammer strength equipment to support all workout needs.
The Morrisville State IcePlex houses two regulation-sized rinks and serves as home ice for the men’s ice hockey team. Several community organizations also call the IcePlex home. Within the twin-rink complex are classrooms that provide hands on training, a first-aid room, 11 locker rooms, offices, a game room, pizza and sub shop, and a pro shop. The IcePlex hosts hockey tournaments and camps as well as ice skating shows by the IcePlex Figure Skating Club.
The college’s recreation center brings an artificial surfaced field house to the campus and serves as an invaluable resource for all the college’s field-based teams for the playing season. The recreation center features an indoor training track, an athletic training room, laundry and equipment room, and locker rooms for men and women, along with several athletic department coaches and staff offices.
Athletic Training Room
Full-time athletic trainers are available to athletes for care and prevention of athletic injuries. The athletic training room in the recreation center serves athletes’ daily needs as well as rehabilitative needs following injury, and is equipped with a variety of whirlpools and strength equipment and machines.
The college’s outdoor facilities include a synthetic jogging/training track, six outdoor tennis courts and athletic fields for football, field hockey, soccer, lacrosse and softball.