Fresno State Bulldogs - Sports Facilities

Sports Facilities

  • Bulldog Stadium, football
  • Save Mart Center, basketball and volleyball
  • Pete Beiden Field, baseball
  • Bulldog Diamond, softball
  • Student Horse Center, equestrian
  • Warmerdam Field, track and field
  • Spalding G. Wathen Tennis Center, tennis
  • Fresno State Aquatics Center, aquatics
  • Soccer & Lacrosse Field, soccer and women's lacrosse

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