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Duvall-Rosier Field (Football, Softball)
Duvall-Rosier Field was constructed in 1927. The facility is located at the top of campus and is named after legendary football coach Deacon Duvall and former Fairmont State president Joseph Rosier. The field had a major renovation in 2007 with the addition of FieldTurf. Duvall-Rosier Field also has a generous sized press box and complete lighting for night contests. Team locker rooms are located at the adjacent Joe Retton Arena. Duvall-Rosier Field is the home for the football and softball teams.

Video: Football Facilities

 

 

Joe Retton Arena (Men's and Women's Basketball, Volleyball, Competitive Cheer)
Joe Retton Arena, located inside the Feaster Center, is the home for the men's and women's basketball teams as well as the volleyball and competitive cheer teams. With a capacity of 4,000, the Feaster Center is one of the largest indoor, on-campus athletic facilities in the state. Bleachers can be pulled back for plenty of practice space.

Several enhancements have been made in recent years to help modernize the facility. A new elevator, facade and several offices were added prior to the start of the 2009-10 school year. A new, state-of-the-art scoreboard was installed to allow detailed statistics throughout athletic contests was added in early of 2009. In 2008, a new athletic training room was built to more adequately treat the 300 student-athletes at Fairmont State.

Video: Women's Basketball Locker Room Tour
Video: Training Room Tour

 

 

FSU Tennis Courts (Men's and Women's Tennis)
Located on campus and adjacent to Duvall-Rosier Field, Fairmont State's men's and women's tennis teams have six courts to use for play and practice.

 

Feaster Center Pool (Men's and Women's Swimming)
Located in the Feaster Center on the Fairmont State campus, the pool is home to the Fighting Falcon men's and women's swim teams. The 25-yard, six-lane pool was painted in 2009 features Kiefer Wave Eater II lane lines and a six-lane Daktronics digital readout. The pool hosts numerous Fairmont State meets throughout the year in addition to several club and high school championships.

 

Mary Lou Retton Park (Baseball)
The baseball team has played at Mary Lou Retton Park located in South Fairmont since the 2008 season. The Falcons won the 2009 WVIAC Central Division title at the park. FSU shares the facility with Marion County Parks and Recreation as well as Fairmont Senior High School. Directions