Sports Performance Center

“We’re not standing still at Oregon State, we continue to move forward. People and facilities make a difference and that’s evident by our recent successes on the playing fields and academically.”

- Director of Athletics Bob De Carolis.

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Sports Performance Center at Oregon State or "SPC" officially opened May 5, 2008 and includes approximately 40,000 pounds of weights and performance equipment inside a state-of-the-art 20,000-square foot facility. The SPC houses the Oregon State Department of Athletics Strength and Conditioning staff. The innovative facility also includes:

  • Indoor track for speed and agility drills, state-of-the-art sound and video systems
  • 22 Olympic platforms, 22 power racks and adjustable benches, six sets of dumbbells.
  • 45 pieces of cardiovascular equipment and free weights.
  • Locker storage area. Full size Gatorade replenishment coolers
  • The nationally recognized Beaver wrestling practice area and player lounge.

The SPC is part of amazing progress in new facilities, improvements and enhancements the 17-sport athletic department has experienced since 2002. Another $40 million capital projects are planned for legendary Gill Coliseum, a new sports medicine facility, a boathouse for the rowing teams, construction of a track and the Student Success Center – a shared facility for all OSU students.