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Despite its relatively small size, Colorado College possesses a remarkable number of athletics facilities to serve the on-campus community. We offer facilities for all levels of athletes, from NCAA Division I to the most (and least) recreational of students.

Adam F. Press Fitness Center

The Adam F. Press Fitness Center in El Pomar Sports Center has 30,000 square feet dedicated to health, wellness, and fitness. It houses more than 50 pieces of cardio equipment, a recreational gym, and a multi-purpose room with space for group exercise classes. On the lower level is 4,500 square feet of strength training space. The fitness center overlooks Washburn Field and the Frank Flood Memorial Track. Floor-to-ceiling glass allows all patrons to enjoy the majestic views of the Front Range and Pikes Peak.

El Pomar Sports Center

El Pomar Sports Center houses all of CC's athletics offices, as well as numerous intercollegiate, intramural, and recreational athletic facilities. Inside El Pomar, you'll find our weight room and aquatic facilities, plus the J. Juan Reid Gymnasium, home court for CC's basketball and volleyball teams. The building is also equipped with an auxiliary gym, a climbing wall, racquetball and squash courts, a training room, and modern exercise-physiology and biomechanics laboratories. 

Swimming, Diving, and Ice Sport Facilities

Enjoy swimming, diving, and water-polo? Great! For both competition and recreation, the Schlessman Natatorium features an eight lane competitive pool and multiple diving boards of various heights. 

How about ice hockey? Competitive hockey, recreational hockey, and figure skating are all available at Honnen Ice Arena. Thanks to this on-campus rink, the CC community has a number of programs at their disposal, from skate lessons to hockey pick-up games to league competitions.

Athletics Arenas

The Colorado Springs World Arena, one of the finest college ice hockey venues anywhere in the country, houses CC's Division I men's ice hockey team and seats a total of 7,343 spectators. With the beautiful landscape of Pikes Peak in the background, the magnificent Stewart Field also facilitates a wealth of athletic competition on campus, from Division I women's' soccer to club sports to women's lacrosse.