Dickinson offers 23 NCAA Division III varsity sports (12 women’s and 11 men’s programs), as well as a number of club and intramural sports and physical education classes.



The college has a wide variety of indoor and outdoor facilities designed for both varsity student athletes and the entire Dickinson community.


Dickinson is the proud home to top athletic facilities in the Centennial Conference.



The Biddle Field complex is home to Dickinson football, field hockey, men's and women's lacrosse, men's and women's tennis, and men's and women's track & field.



Football and men's and women's lacrosse compete and practice on the main stadium turf. Dickinson field hockey utilizes its own turf field for both practice and games.




Two state of the art sprint turf fields equipped with stadium seating offer the prime atmosphere for competition and viewing.





Dickinson men's and women's tennis enjoy the beautiful Hayes Tennis Courts for matches and practice.





The Kline Center is home to Dickinson volleyball, men's and women's basketball, and indoor track and field.


The multi-sport use facility offers versatility for training and competition surfaces.




In 2012, Dickinson completed construction of the Phyllis Joan Miller Memorial Field, a beautiful soccer complex located at Dickinson Park. The home of Dickinson Men's and Women's Soccer features:





- New state-of-the-art, natural-grass field

- 500 spectator bleacher seat

- Energy-efficient lights

- New scoreboard

- Team shelters





In 2013, Dickinson began construction on two state of the art athletics facilities - The Durden Athletic Training Center (DATC) and the Kline Fitness Center Expansion.





The DATC is home to Dickinson Football, Field Hockey, and Men's and Women's Lacrosse. Completed in January 2014, the DATC features:





- Separate locker rooms for men’s and women’s Lacrosse, Football, Field Hockey, coaches, officials and visiting teams

- Strength-training and free-weight room

- Sports-medicine facilities

- Laundry and equipment room

- Team-meeting/event room with a viewing platform overlooking Biddle Field

- Exhibition area to honor Dickinson Athletics





Watch GoPro video features on the DATC.


January 2014: Walk to the Durden Center 



August 2013: Inside Look - Durden Center Athletic Training Center






The Kline Fitness Center Expanison is the future home of Dickinson Squash (Fall 2014).


The expansion project aims to make the Kline Fitness Center a destination space on campus not only for athletics but also for social interaction and collaborative study outside of the classroom.


Scheduled for completion in early summer 2014, the Kline Expansion features:


- New, larger fitness center

- Five-court squash center

- Café

- Outdoor sport court


Watch GoPro video feautes on the Kline Fitness Center Expanison:



December 2013: Kline Fitness Center - Expansion Construction



September 2013: Kline Athletic Center - Beam Signing Ceremony



August 2013: Kline Fitness Center Expansion



The Kline Center features the Clarke Aquatic Center, home to Dickinson men's and women's Swimming. The eight lane, 25-yard pool is also available for open swim times throughout the year.





MacPhail Field at Dickinson Park is home to Dickinson Baseball. Built in 2006, the MacPhail Field complex offers a state-of-the-art environment and comfortable viewing for spectators.





Dickinson Park is also home to Red Devil softball. The complex is surrounded by intramural fields, as well as walking, running, and biking paths connecting with friendly Carlisle neigborhoods.





To view photos and learn more information about each of Dickinson's Athletics Facilities, please visit the following links: