Duvall-Rosier Field (Football, Softball, Women's Soccer)
Dedicated in 1927, Duvall-Rosier Field was named for former President Joseph Rosier. In 2000, the name Duvall was added to honor Harold S. “Deacon” Duvall, FSU football coach from 1952-1971. Over the last several years, field turf, a state-of-the-art video board and substantial grounds work has been added. The field also includes a generous sized press box, president’s suite and complete lighting for night contests. During football season, Duvall-Rosier Field comes alive with falcon pride. The field also serves as the home for FSU softball and the newly added women’s soccer program that will begin competition in the fall of 2014.
Video: Duvall-Rosier Field
Joe Retton Arena (Men's and Women's Basketball, Volleyball, Acrobatics & Tumbling)
Completed in 1978, the Feaster Center was named for former President Easton Feaster. This is the official home of Fairmont State Athletics including our basketball arena, competition pool, video room, newly renovated men’s and women’s locker rooms and the athletic training suite. Also, the Athletic Director and coaching staff for most teams have offices here. Joe Retton Arena was dedicated in 2000 to Joseph “Jo Jo” Retton Jr., FSU basketball coach from 1963-1982. The summer of 2014 featured a total renovation of Joe Retton Arena including a new gym floor, seating, lighting and sound system.
Video: Women's Basketball Locker Room Tour
Video: Training Room Tour
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 re-painted and received some minor renovations prior to the 2013 season. The pool also includes a six-lane Daktronics digital readout for meets. In addition to hosting numerous Fairmont State meets throughout the year, the pool has also hosted several club and high school championships.
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.
Bridgeport Recreation Complex (Baseball)
In 2014, Fairmont State baseball began playing its home games at the Bridgeport Recreation Complex in nearby Bridgeport, W.Va. The state-of-the-art facility was opened in 2012 and includes irrigated grass areas, warning tracks, large dugouts, bullpens and two batting cages for batting practice. The right and left field fence are 325’ while center field is 375’. For more information or nearby accommodations, visit the Bridgeport Recreation Complex online.