Crusader SportsPlex

Andersen Fieldhouse was made possible by a gift from the Andersen Foundation and was opened in 1998. The finest NCAA Division III fieldhouse in existence, the facility combines state-of-the-art video and training facilities for the football program with offices for the football program staff.

Cummins Fieldhouse was named in honor of Chris and Cindy Cummins of College Station, Texas. This Field House will provide an additional 9,429 square feet of space for the Crusader football program, with expanded locker rooms, showers and restroom facilities for the players. Located adjacent to Anderson Fieldhouse, Cummins Fieldhouse opened in 2011.

Dee Dillon Softball Field was dedicated to honor Dee Dillon, chair-person of the Health and Physical Education department at UMHB from 1954-1965. A new field house, located within the Sportsplex, was completed in 2004.

Mayborn Campus Center opened in January 2005. This 122,000 square foot facility provides offices for coaches and the Exercise Sport Science faculty, classrooms, a fitness center, a natatorium, an indoor jogging track, a 2500 seat multi-purpose special events center, and the Mabee-Farris recreation gymnasium.

Red Murff Baseball Field was dedicated in 1994 to honor Red Murff who helped start the baseball program at UMHB in the 1970’s. A new state of the art field, located within the Sportsplex, was completed in 2004.