Arthur R. Outlaw Recreation Center
Home to the SHC men's and women's basketball teams and Lady Badgers volleyball, the Arthur R. Outlaw Recreation Center is one of the finest athletic facilities in the Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC). It has a seating capacity of over 2,000 in the gymnasium and also houses an indoor track, fitness & freeweight room, aerobics room, two racquetball courts and a natatorium. The administrative office of the Department of Athletics & Recreation, coaches' offices and the Sports Information office are also located here.
In the summer of 2009, the men's and women's basketball locker rooms underwent a complete renovation. The old locker rooms were converted into team and film rooms while new contemporary wooden lockers were installed in the expanded locker room facilities.
Stan Galle Field
America's oldest active collegiate baseball field, intercollegiate baseball was first played at this site in 1889. Galle Field is also one the more unique fields in college baseball with its location immediately next to the Administration Building.
Host to numerous conference and regional baseball tournaments, the site has become a favorite spring gathering spot for students, alumni and fans of the Badger baseball program.
Located in the heart of the Spring Hill campus and lined by majestic oaks, Library Field is home to both the men's and women's soccer teams. The historic Avenue of the Oaks provides a beautiful and unique setting for competitions.
Murray Field, home to the Lady Badgers softball team, has undergone numerous upgrades over the past few seasons. In the 2008 season the Sonneborne Field House was opened and provides the Lady Badgers with one of the finest homes in the SSAC. Additionally, recently renovated dugouts and landscaping have improved the facility.
Spring Hill College Golf Course
The 18-hole SHC Golf Course is consistently ranked as one of the premier courses in southern Alabama. Home to the men's and women's golf teams, the course offers both scenic beauty and challenging links.
Copeland-Cox Tennis Center
Spring Hill College plays its home men's and women's tennis matches at the Copeland-Cox Tennis Center located just off campus. The world's largest public tennis center, the facility is also home to the NAIA Men's and Women's Tennis National Championship Tournament. The practice courts are located in the center of the Spring Hill Campus just steps away from the new Student Center.