Fieldhouse (Basketball, Volleyball, Weight Room)
Ray and Sue Smith Stadium (Football)
Kresge Natatorium (Swimming & Diving)
Etheridge Tennis Complex (Tennis)
Gordon Brewer Outdoor Track (Track & Field)
Boeve Baseball Stadium (Baseball)
Wolters Softball Stadium (Softball)
Van Andel Soccer Stadium (Soccer)
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The Richard and Helen DeVos Fieldhouse opened in 2005. The fieldhouse provides Hope College one of the premier NCAA Division III spectator facilities for basketball and volleyball. Designed to seat approximately 3,400 fans, the DeVos Fieldhouse also houses the college's department of kinesiology and athletic training program.
Ray & Sue Smith Stadium
Hope College plays its home football games at the Ray & Sue Smith on Hope's campus. Known as Holland Municipal Stadium when it opened in 1979, the facility was purchased by the college from the City of Holland. A major renovation occurred in 2012 season, including the installation of a Pro Turf playing surface. The stadium can accomodate 5,300 fans in bleacher seating and several hundred more on an end zone hillside.
The Kresge Natatorium in the Dow Center serves as the home for the college's swimming and diving teams. An activity-oriented facility, the Dow Center also houses the college's Department of Dance and the Heathe Services.
The Etheridge Tennis Complex at Hope College consists of the DeWitt Tennis Center which provides six indoor courts and the Vande Poel-Heeringa Stadium Courts featuring 12 outdoor courts in a spectator-friendly setting.
DeWitt Tennis Center
Opened in 1994, the DeWitt Tennis Center is named for the Gary and Joyce DeWitt family. It contains six courts.
VandePoel-Heeringa Stadium Courts
The stadium courts, opened in 2012, are named for Earl Vande Poel and George Heeringa, doubles partners on the Hope tennis team in the 1930s, and made possible by a leadership gift from the Ted and Barb Etheridge family.The facility has 12 courts.
Gordon Brewer Outdoor Track
The outdoor track facility at Hope College honors longtime Hope athletics administrator Gordon M. Brewer who was a member of the staff, including head track and field coach, over four decades.
Boeve Baseball Stadium
The baseball stadium, built in 2008, at Hope College honors Ronald Boeve who was a longtime assistant coach and his wife Sunny. The stadium features seating for 400 fans. The area has a patio suitable for tailgating.
Wolters Softball Stadium
The softball stadium, built in 2008, at Hope College honors longtime softball coach Karla Wolters and her husband Tom. The stadium features seating for 300 fans. The area has a patio suitable for tailgating.
Van Andel Stadium serves the Hope College soccer and lacrosse programs. Opened in 2009, the stadium was made possible by a gift from the David and Carol Van Andel Foundation. It accommodates 1,400 fans in stadium-style and bleacher seating. There are accompanying terrace areas for picnicking and tailgating. The field surface is an artificial turf and there is stadium lighting for night contests.