Athletic Facilities Virtual Tours
UCCU Center (M&W Basketball)
Brent Brown Ballpark (Baseball)
Activity Center (Volleyball & Wrestling)
Clyde Field (Soccer)
Hal Wing Track & Field (Track & Field)
Wolverine Field (Softball)
Athletic Offices - includes wrestling practice facility & student-athlete academic center

The UCCU Center (Virtual Tour)

Utah Valley University's campus is home to some of the nation's finest facilities, including The UCCU Center, home to Utah Valley men's and women's basketball. On August 30, 2010, Utah Valley University and Utah Community Credit Union announced a 10-year naming rights agreement.

The 8,500 seat UCCU Center was opened on February 3, 1996 when a crowd of 6,213 cheered the Wolverines to an 87-81 win over Salt Lake Community College.

Since its move to Division-I Athletics, head basketball coach Dick Hunsaker has led the team to remarkable success at home.

The facility features five basketball courts, six locker rooms, four concession areas, four restrooms, and one full-size kitchen and dining area that is catered in-house by UVU's culinary arts program.

Brent Brown Ballpark (Virtual Tour)

On June 13, 2007, Utah Valley's baseball stadium was officially named Brent Brown Ballpark. In support of higher education in Utah County, Brent and Kim Brown and Ira and Mary Lou Fulton generously donated to Utah Valley to help pay the bond for the stadium.

The stadium made its debut on March 24, 2005 against Southern Utah, a 5-3 UVU win. The 2,500 seat stadium also has room for 2,500 more fans on the grass berm down the third base line and in left field.

It boasts both home and visitor clubhouses and batting cages, a Gold's Gym inside the stadium and a state of the art scoreboard that make it one of the top college baseball facilities in the nation.

Beyond the left field wall, the Utah Valley University campus and the Wasatch Mountains provide the park with a beautiful backdrop.

In the summertime, the stadium is home to the Orem Owlz, the Pioneer League rookie team for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. The Owlz, formerly the Provo Angels, began play in the Summer of 2005 and were a hit for baseball fans throughout the valley.

In 2005, the park received the government and institutional project award.

On May 1, 2012 the UVU Baseball team set a new attendance record for the stadium by bringing an impressive 5,456 fans to the ballpark during a win against BYU.

UVU Activity Center (Virtual Tour)

Activity Center

Wolverine Field (Virtual Tour)

The softball diamond, located west of the UCCU Center has been the home of Wolverine softball since 1996 and was recently renovated in 2011. Renovations included new dugouts, new fencing and a new playing surface.

In 2000, head coach Todd Fairbourne led the Wolverines to the NJCAA title, the only national championship the school has ever won, at any level.

Future plans to upgrade the field even more are in the works and include stadium style seating to match that of the baseball stadium.

Clyde Field (Virtual Tour)

Clyde Field is the home for UVU women's soccer. An added walkway and new bleachers were installed in 2005 to accommodate fans and thanks to an anonymous donation lights were also added prior to the 2011 season.

Clyde Field is located just west of the UCCU Center.

Hal Wing Track & Field (Virtual Tour)

The Hal Wing Track & Field is UVU's newest athletic facility as it was completed in the fall of 2010. A significant donation from Hal Wing, the owner and CEO of Little Giant Ladder Systems, and his wife Brigitte helped make the track facility possible.

In its first season of competition the track played host to the 2011 Great West Conference Championships, which UVU went on to capture both the men's and women's titles.

The eight-lane track is located directly northwest of the UCCU Center.

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2014 Men's soccer season preview

08/27/2014 - W. Volleyball

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08/25/2014 - M. Basketball

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