Owsley B. Frazier Stadium
In the fall of 2007, Bellarmine University dedicated the $5.1 million Owsley B. Frazier Stadium on campus. Seating approximately, 2,000 this state-of-the-art facility is the home of Bellarmine's men and women's soccer programs, track and field, women's field hockey, and men's lacrosse. The artificial field surface is named Joseph P. and Janet A. Clayton Field and was installed by the Motz Group. This is the same "24/7" surface that is found at the homes of the Miami Dolphins and University of Kentucky.
The track facilities include an eight-lane dual-durometer polyurethane poured surface provided by the Benyon Sport Surfaces, as well as three long jump pits, two pole vault areas, a high jump pit, and a water steeplechase pool. In May 2010 a throw area was added across Newburg Road which includes two throwing areas for shot put, javelin, discus, and hammer throws.
On Feburary 20, 2010 the plaza area of the stadium was named after men's lacrosse coach Jack McGetrick.
The Jack McGetrick plaza houses the lockerooms, concessions, and restrooms for the stadium. McGetrick started the lacrosse program at Bellarmine in 2004 and is well known throughout the lacrosse community.
Owsley B. Frazier Stadium was put on the national stage on Dec 2-4, 2010 when Bellarmine and the Louisville Sports Commission hosted the 2010 NCAA D-II Fall Festival. During the festival the semi-finals and finals of both the men’s and women’s soccer were held at the stadium and shown nationally on the CBS College Sports Network.
In May 2012, Owsley B. Frazier Stadium was again put on the national stage as it hosted the semi-finals and finals of the NCAA D-II women’s lacrosse championship in conjunction with the Spring Championship Festival, also hosted by Bellarmine and the Louisville Sports Commission.