Completed in 2010, the natatorium houses the pool and a multipurpose room used for activities like capoeira and aikido.
The Bear Center is a short walk or campus bike ride from North and East Campus dorms.
Fans relax in a small grove of pine trees at the northwest corner of Rosenbloom Field, home of Pioneer football.
Darby Gym, home to basketball and volleyball teams, seats 1,250 and includes a vibrant student section, the Scarlet Sea.
Intercollegiate sports at Grinnell are well attended and noted for their spirited cheering and animated crowds.
The men’s basketball team’s fast-paced, long-range shooting style, “The System,” was featured on ESPN.
A Pioneer basketball player shoots a three-pointer during the 2010 season.
Many Midwest Conference games are simulcast online, accompanied by College student announcers producing’ play-by-play commentary
The field house features a six-lane 200-meter track, four tennis courts, and seating for more than 400 fans.
The inaugural 2011 Darren Young Classic, our indoor home meet, occurred in the new field house.
The field house will be home to the 2011–12 NCAA Division III national championships in track and field in March 2012.
Strength-training equipment on the fitness center’s lower level is available for athletes and exercise enthusiasts.
Six treadmills are part of the bank of 26 pieces of cardio equipment on the upper floor of the fitness center.
The Bear Center’s climbing wall is available at no charge to those who have taken an introductory climbing session.
The fitness center also holds a padded mat area for stretching and core-strength work.
The extremely successful swimming and diving teams enjoy the new natatorium, with pool, diving well, hot tubs, and sauna.