Nokes-Lasater Field


Nokes-Lasater Field
Capacity: 5,000
Surface: Natural Grass

Nokes-Lasater Field serves as the home of the Cumberland football program and includes a 5,000-seat stadium with lights along with two 70-yard practice fields. The facility also houses a team locker room, athletic training facilities, two concession stands, restrooms on the home and visitor sides of the stadium, a six-lane asphalt track, along with a large building for storage.


Dallas Floyd Recreation Center


Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena

The Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena opened in 1992 as a 2,000-seat facility and serves as the practice and playing arena for the Phoenix volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball teams. The CU wrestling team also hosts dual meets and open tournaments in the facility during the academic year as well. In December 2018, the Dallas Floyd Phoenix Arena underwent $350,000 renovations to put in brand new chair back seating.


Ernest L. Stockton Field/Woody Hunt Stadium


Ernest L. Stockton Field/Woody Hunt Stadium
Jeanette C. Rudy Clubhouse
Benton Jennings Indoor Facility

Ernest L. Stockton Field-Woody Hunt Stadium includes a manicured playing surface with plenty of foul territory behind home plate and down both lines. Rightfield is a short porch for lefthanded hitters, as it runs into Spring Street.


CU Softball Field


Billy Dee Ross Stadium

The complex includes a press box and bleacher seating between the dugouts and home plate on both foul lines as well as two sets of bleachers in the outfield. A new center field wall and batter’s eye was added before the 2012 season along with a host of improvements along the third base side of the field.


Wrestling Training Center


Wrestling Training Center

Cumberland wrestling occupies a 4,800-square foot practice facility on campus that was built during the 2006-07 academic year. The building includes lockers for athletes, cardio equipment, an eight-rack weightlifting rig, three 20-foot ropes and two full workout mats.


Lindsey Donnell Stadium-KirkField


Lindsey Donnell Stadium-Kirk Field

CU Soccer Field Capacity: 2,000
Surface: Natural Grass

Cumberland men's and women's soccer has played the last two seasons at Lindsey Donnell Stadium-Kirk Field, a 1,500-seat facility on campus and the former home of the Bulldog football team.


Tommy Gray Memorial Tennis Courts


Tommy Gray Memorial Tennis Courts

The Tommy Gray Memorial Courts include six hardcourts on campus for the men’s and women’s tennis teams. The facility has lights on all six courts for the varsity tennis teams.


Esports Gaming Arena


Gaming Arena

The Cumberland Esports Gaming Arena opened in 2021 as a 10 monitor set-up for the Esports Team. Cumberland will be practicing and playing in there as the players have the option to play on PC or a gaming console. 


Strength and Conditioning

Strength and Conditioning

Cumberland Center for Athletic Training and Fitness at Phoenix Place
Opened August 2009

Cumberland's Strength and Conditioning is housed at Phoenix Place on the edge of campus. The workout area is 5,000-square feet and includes a padded turf area for warm-ups, plyometrics, agility drills and stretching along with a main weight room that contains racks, glute/hamstring developers and dumbbell racks.