Middlebury Athletics' Facilities Page

Middlebury’s well‑maintained playing fields and outstanding athletic facilities rank among the best in the country. The College boasts an 18-hole golf course and 3.5-kilometer Red Kelly cross‑country and jogging trail on campus. The nearby mountain campus includes the Middlebury Snow Bowl for alpine skiing and Carroll and Jane Rikert Ski Touring Center for nordic skiing.

The 3,500-seat Youngman Field at Alumni Stadium and lacrosse complex along with the Allan Dragone all-weather outdoor track and field complex are the top facilities of their kind. Kohn Field, a state-of-the-art field hockey and women’s lacrosse field, along with a pair of diamonds used for softball and baseball with Green Mountain views add to the school’s impressive facilities.

Indoor facilities include the Chip Kenyon ‘85 2,200-seat ice hockey arena with room for 2,600 spectators and an Olympic-size natatorium, giving Middlebury two of the finest facilities. 

Completed in January of 2015, Virtue Field House gives the school 110,000 square feet of indoor space, featuring a six-lane track with a Field Turf surface inside the oval. Part of the project included a state-of-the-art squash center, which opened in October of 2013 and was dedicated as the Bostwick Family Squash Center in November 2018.

The Duke Nelson Recreational Center houses tennis courts and a climbing wall, while Pepin Gymnasium is home to the men's and women's basketball teams as well as the women’s volleyball team. Middlebury also boasts an amazing 10,500-square-foot split-level fitness center, offering views of the Green Mountains.

The school's sizable lobby area features the Middlebury Athletics History Wall – a 16-foot by five-foot interactive display – that enables visitors to explore the rich history of sports at the College. Across from the wall is Middlebury's Athletics Hall of Fame display.