Stoffer Family Stadium and Duke Athletic Center - Located adjacent to the Wheeler Sports Center, this venue serves as home to the university's track and field and football programs. The facility includes a covered grandstand with total seating capacity of nearly 2,800 and a 14,000-square-foot Duke facility that includes a strength and conditioning center, locker room, offices, an athletic training room and classrooms. The bleachers include three press boxes. The stadium also features the synthetic-turf Lemmons Family Field and one of the biggest video boards in all of Division III athletics.
Austin Sports Complex - This 23-acre complex a half-mile north of campus serves as home to the Bruin men's and women's soccer teams and the women's lacrosse squad. The synthetic soccer/lacrosse field features a regulation-size soccer configuration of 75 yards by 110 yards, while the lacrosse field is 60 yards by 110 yards. Bleacher seating for 750 is located on the north side of the field, with team benches and a press box on the south side. A soft-surface path circles the perimeter of the complex for running, walking and jogging.
Wheeler Sports Center - Home to the university's men's and women's basketball and women's volleyball teams, this 55,000-square-foot facility, located alongside the tree-shaded Hess Creek Canyon, features a gymnasium with three full-length basketball courts, room for three volleyball courts, a 1,500 square-foot weight room, two racquetball courts, locker rooms, administrative offices and athletic training room facilities. The James and Lila Miller Gymnasium, the Bruins' home court, has a seating capacity of 2,750.
Curtis and Margaret Morse Athletic Complex - The university's baseball and softball teams have played home games at this complex, located across from the Wheeler Sports Center on Fulton Street and Villa Road, since 1989. All three Morse fields are natural-grass surfaces. The baseball field has bleachers with seating for 250 and a full-scale electronic scoreboard, while the softball field has seating for 100 and a small electronic scoreboard. Fundraising is underway for further renovation of the facility.
Chehalem Glenn Golf Course - Opened in the summer of 2005, the home course for the university's men's and women's golf programs is an 18-hole, par-72, 6,572-yard course located on the east side of Newberg at the foot of Parrett Mountain. The course features gently rolling hills with spacious fairways on most holes but sand traps and extensive wetlands that cross or border seven holes, making it a challenge for even experienced golfers.
Other facilities: The men's and women's cross country programs compete off-campus at Willamette Mission State Park in Salem. The men's and women's tennis teams compete on courts adjacent to Stoffer Family Stadium.