Andy Kerr Stadium
Home to the football and men’s lacrosse teams, the stadium's seating capacity is 10,221. Prior to the start of the 2006 season, Colgate installed a state-of-the-art video scoreboard and, in the summer of 2007, the Raiders had FieldTurf installed. Lights were introduced in 2009, allowing for occasional night games, a new tradition at Colgate. In 2003, Colgate built a new three-story press facility that allows for home games to be televised by Time Warner Sports. READ MORE
Beyer-Small '76 Field
The home of men’s and women’s soccer teams, Beyer-Small '76 has a FIFA 2-certified FieldTurf playing surface with bleachers on both sides of the field for that stadium atmosphere. The field has TV-standard lighting and seating for 1,300 fans. READ MORE
Class of 1965 Arena
The Colgate community came together Oct. 1, 2016, at the Class of 1965 Arena Dedication to celebrate the culmination of a $37.8 million dollar project that was years in the making.
The state-of-the-art facility is the home of the Colgate men's and women's ice hockey teams. The Raider men's and women's lacrosse and soccer teams also have brand new locker rooms inside the Class of 1965 Arena.
The ice surface in the Class of 1965 Arena is known as Steven J. Riggs
'65 Rink in honor of the former men's ice hockey team captain. Riggs was killed in combat in Vietnam in 1968 and was inducted posthumously into the Colgate Athletics Hall of Honor.
Charles H. Sanford Field House
This spacious indoor practice facility is used by numerous teams for practices throughout the year. This one-of-a-kind facility is equipped with an artificial playing surface, six-lane indoor running track, two softball batting cages and a large center divider which allows more than one practice to take place at the same time. Sanford also is the home to the annual Class of ‘32 Track Meet and countless indoor tennis matches when the weather does not permit the team to play
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Eaton Street Softball Complex
This complex is located in the village center and has three surrounding fields. The Colgate game field is made up of a dirt infield and natural grass outfield. The fences were recently moved back to meet NCAA standards for hosting tournaments. READ MORE
Glendening Boathouse was completed in the spring of 2004 and is located 3 miles from campus on beautiful Lake Moraine. The rowing team's eight racing 8s, two novice training 8s, and two racing 4s are used by nearly 100 students a day. READ MORE