Mason Complex Hours
All Facilities are closed when campus is closed
Jerry E. Apple Stadium
Dedicated during Homecoming on October 21, 2000, the stadium seats 2,500 and enhances the west side of campus. Jerry and Joy Apple's generosity allowed the project to reach its completion.
Robert T. Mason Athletic/Recreation Complex
The Mason Complex is home to Sid Richardson Recreational Gymnasium, Hughey Gymnasium, Verde Dickey Fitness Pavilion, and Hannah Natatorium, as well as all coaching and athletics offices.
Hughey Gym is the site of all home basketball and volleyball games. Intramural basketball and volleyball games are also played there as well as other events, including physical activity classes.
Hannah Natatorium is a multipurpose facility for use by the college community. It was the gift of David and Catherine Hannah of Houston. This competition-level pool with a seated balcony for spectators can by used for anything from water aerobics and safety training to a swim team competition. The natatorium contains a sauna bath, men’s and women’s dressing facilities and an office for the staff.
Sid Richardson Recreation Center
The Sid Richardson Recreation Center, a multipurpose recreational facility for all students, was made possible by a challenge grant from the Sid Richardson Foundation. Sid Richardson was a pioneer wildcatter and independent oilman who established the foundation which bears his name.
Renovated in 2007, Baker Field provides a great home to the 'Roo baseball team. The field is located just north of Apple Stadium.
Russell Tennis Center
Built in 2007, Russell Tennis Center is located at the north end of campus. The original tennis center, constructed in 1974, was dedicated in conjunction with the 125th anniversary of Austin College and the first game on the court featured college trustee and actress Ginger Rogers.
Dr. Jack R. Pierce Memorial Soccer Complex
The Dr. Jack R. Pierce Memorial Soccer Complex is located at the northwest corner of campus, just north of Baker Field and directly south of Russell Tennis Center.
Williams Intramural Complex
The 138,000 Thomas R. Williams Intramural Complex accomodates lacrosse, soccer, flag football, softball, and ultimate frisbee competition. Two outdoor basketball courts and all playing fields have lighting available for night play. The Williams Intramural Complex was named by the Board of Trustees in memory of the father of Todd Williams, class of 1982, recognizes Todd and Abby Williams' generosity to the college.
Austin College softball games are played at Old Settlers Park.