Athletic spaces

Brock Sports offers premier venues for athletic events and group recreational activities. Speak with your conference coordinator about enhancing your group’s experience by reserving a time slot now.

Ian Beddis Gymnasium

The Ian Beddis Gym is equipped with drop down curtains that can divide the gymnasium into four separate areas. Each area can accommodate one basketball court, one volleyball court, or three badminton courts.

Features:

  • 100 x 239 feet (23,900 square feet)
  • 30-foot ceiling
  • Great location for multiple activities at one time, graduations and trade shows.

Bob Davis Gymnasium

The Bob Davis Gym is home to the Badger Basketball and Volleyball teams. This gymnasium is used for a variety of Physical Education and Kinesiology activity classes during weekdays. It can be divided into two separate areas with a removable dividing wall and a vinyl floor cover can be put down for non-athletic events.

Features:

  • 120 x 100 feet (12,000 square feet)
  • 35-foot ceiling
  • Seating for 900 guests in bleachers

Gym 2

Gym 2 is a multipurpose gymnasium. It has numerous educational gymnastic tools and is the main facility for Brock’s Children’s Movement Program. It also houses intramurals and various recreational programs. A vinyl floor cover is available in this gym.

Features:

  • 150 x 75 feet (11,250 square feet)
  • 35-foot ceiling
  • Ideal for recreational activities for youth or community groups

Alumni Turf Field

The newest addition to our athletic space, Alumni Field is a regulation-size artificial turf athletics surface with a full lighting system for night use. The 69 x 109 metre field has lines for lacrosse, rugby and soccer. In addition to being used by our Varsity teams for home games, the field is utilized for all students through intramural sports.

Varsity soccer and rugby field

Located near the Village residences, the fields offer the same amount of space as the turf field at a lower cost. Perfect for when you want to have an organized game of soccer, rugby, flag football, or ultimate frisbee.