Gettysburg features one of the best athletic training and sports therapy rooms in NCAA Division III.
Located right next to the historic Battlefield, Bobby Jones Field has been home to the Bullets softball team since 2004.
Bream Gym has been home to the basketball, wrestling, and volleyball teams for more than five decades.
The Bream-Wright-Hauser Athletic Complex is home to all indoor varsity and recreational sports at Gettysburg College, in addition to housing the Department of Athletics.
The John F. Jaeger Center for Athletics, Recreation and Fitness opened its doors in 2009. The 55,000 square-foot facility features an array of athletic and fitness areas, including The Robert '79 and Angela Ortenzio Fitness Center, a student lounge and dining area, a multi-purpose room for fitness classes, a bouldering wall, and a large lobby area.
Clark Field is the playing venue for men’s and women’s soccer and women’s lacrosse. It has hosted multiple national playoff contests, including the 2010 NCAA Division II and III Women’s Lacrosse Championships.
Home to the Bullets baseball team, Kirchhoff Field is one of the top baseball facilities in the Centennial Conference.
The Bullets Pool features eight 25-yard competition lanes in addition to five warm-up lanes. Spectators can cheer for their favorite swimmers from a 375-seat spectator gallery located above the pool deck.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower helped dedicate Shirk Field at Musselman Stadium nearly 50 years ago. The venue is now home to the field hockey, football, men’s lacrosse, and track and field programs.