Did you know?
- Reser Stadium was built in 1953
- The first game and victory in Reser took place on November 14, 1953 against Washington State
- The largest crowd in Reser was 46,319 vs. Oregon in November 29, 2008
- Gill Coliseum has a capacity of 9,604 for competitions on Ralph Miller Court
- Gill Coliseum was named after the late Slats Gill, OSU's head men's basketball coach for 36 years
- Since Gill's opening in 1949, it has been part of more than 3,000 victories, more than 150 Oregon State All-Americans and more than 25 individual and team titles.
- The newest facility, the Sports Performance Center, opened Mary 1, 2008 and is nearly 20,000 square feet
- Completed in August of 2001, the 85,000 square foot Merritt-Truax Indoor Center, was named after the late Merritt Truax- a 1934 graduate and founder of the Merritt Truax Oil Company.
For more information on OSU Athletic Facilities, please see their Facilities website.