Rogers Stadium (13,500) is home to the Virginia State’s football team and men’s and women’s track & field teams. The athletic field was named after William A. Rogers, the first faculty member that became a coach at VSU. Rogers Stadium was opened for football and track in 1951. The current track configuration was installed in 2002 and saw a major refurbishing over the winter of 2009. It has been the site of the CIAA Championships since 2005.
|Daniel Gymnasium (3,454) is home to the Virginia State’s men’s and women’s basketball teams and the Lady Trojan volleyball team. The gym was named after Charles J. Daniel, the Secretary of the College back in 1916. The first men’s basketball team at VSU was formed in 1921. Volleyball began in 1977 at VSU.|
Whaley Colbert Field
|Whaley Colbert Field opened in 1997 and was named after Whaley M. Colbert, a Chesterfield County Supervisor and one of the founders of the Ettrick (Va.) Youth Sports Association. VSU has won more CIAA baseball titles (23) than any other school in the CIAA, and won recent championships in 2004, 2007, 2008, and 2009. When the newly-formed CIAA conference opened in 1924, the Trojans won the first ever CIAA baseball championship.
VSU Tennis Courts
|VSU Tennis Complex (9 Courts) is home to the men’s and women’s tennis teams. The VSU Tennis Complex was opened in 2005 and consists of nine tennis courts. The tennis Complex has been the site of the CIAA Tennis Championships each year since it’s opening. The Lady Trojans won the CIAA Championship for the first time in school history in 2008.
VSU Softball Field
|The VSU Softball Complex opened in 2003. Prior to the building of the on-campus facility, the Lady Trojans played their home games at Ettrick Park in Ettrick, VA. In 2004, Virginia State won it’s only CIAA Championship and also went to the NCAA Tournament.