| Charles M. Murphy Athletic Center
The Murphy Center opened on December 11, 1972 with a basketball game against Vanderbilt
at 7:00 pm. The Monte Hale Arena is home to both men's and women's basketball and
track teams. The Monte Hale Arena is also called the Murphy Center, and the Murphy
Center is home to Athletics, Health and Human Performance, and Murphy Center Complex.
Alumni Memorial Gym
Johnny 'Red' Floyd Stadium & Horace Jones Field
- Johnny "Red Floyd Stadium and Horace Jones Field are home to the Middle Tennessee
State University's football games. The 32, 000-seat stadium host home Division I football
games each year, Drum Corps International, and Contest of Champions. Patrons and fans
enjoy the use of Open Air Boxes, Club Level Seating, and Suites for the MT football
games. The pressbox is another area in the stadium, and you can see the entire city
of Murfreesboro from the Press Level of the stadium.
| Granville "Buck" Bouldin Tennis Center
Bouldin Tennis Center is home to the men's and women's tennis teams and Health and
Human Performance tennis classes. There are 14 courts divided between MT Tennis and
Health and Human Performance. MT Tennis host the Pro Am, Buck Bouldin Tennis Classic,
and Sun Belt Shootout annually.
| Reese Smith Field & Stephen B. Smith Clubhouse & Indoor Training Facility
Reese Smith Field and Stadium is home to the Middle Tennessee baseball. Reese Smith
Stadium was officially dedicated on April 12, 1983 with a game against Vanderbilt.
There was a renovation in 1989 to increase seating and to make the park more fan friendly.
| MT Softball Complex
The Softball Complex is home to the Middle Tennessee softball. The softball field
was built in 1994, but the renovated complex was unveiled on April 18, 2006. We have
hosted the Sun Belt Softball Tournament and the Tennessee-Kentucky All Star game at
| Dean A. Hayes Track & Soccer Stadium
The Hayes Track & Soccer Stadium is home to Middle Tennessee track and soccer teams.
The soccer field was opened with a match against Tennessee Tech on October 14, 1998.
On May 8, 2009, the stadium was officially name the Dean A. Hayes Track & Soccer Stadium,
and at the same time we were hosting the 2009 Sun Belt Outdoor Track Championships.
We will host the 2011 Sun Belt Track Outdoor Track Championships in May, and the 2011
Sun Belt Soccer Championships in November.
| Kennon Hall of Fame
The Rose and Emmett Kennon Hall of Fame opened in October of 2004 and serves as a
campus home to returning Blue Raider athletic alumni. Pre-game receptions for alumni
athletes, as well as other Varsity Club events and the annual Blue Raider Sports Hall
of Fame Induction are held here. When visiting the Hall of Fame you will learn about
student-athletes who have made MTSU history during their collegiate careers as Blue
Raiders. The Hall of Fame is a state of the art venue that is informative as well
as enternaining to all who visit.