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Lee Lohman Arena

Built in 1983, Lee Lohman Arena is the home of the St. Ambrose basketball teams.

The physical education center of Lee Lohman Arena houses the main Athletic Department office, classrooms, faculty offices and facilities for basketball, racquetball, volleyball, weightlifting, jogging, recreational activities and varsity athletics.

Lee Lohman Arena underwent a renovation in January 2004 with the installation of new bleachers with seat backs and championship banners.

Several locker rooms are housed in Lee Lohman Arena, including the one used by the St. Ambrose football team. The St. Ambrose football players spend a great deal of time in the locker room. Each player has his own individual oak wood locker, equipped with its own individual foot locker, name plate, and overhead storage space. In addition to the lockers, there is a centrally located 42" flat-screen HDTV with cable television and a large stereo system for our players enjoyment. The locker room was completed and opened in 2006.

Brady Street Stadium

Brady Street Stadium in Davenport, about two miles from campus, is home to the St. Ambrose football team. The SAU soccer and track & field teams also occasionally practice and compete at Brady Street Stadium.

Home football weekends for St. Ambrose University are more than just a Saturday afternoon football game. Fighting Bees fans from across the Midwest come to the heart of Davenport for an entire weekend of activities in the Quad Cities.

Historic Brady Street Stadium is a 10,000-seat stadium and one of the finest small college settings in the country. An extensive renovation of Brady Street Stadium was completed in July 2008. Sports Turf was installed as the new playing surface and a new scoreboard featuring state-of-the-art audio and video sits in the north end zone.

Brady Street Stadium has been the home for St. Ambrose football games since the late 1980s.

Modern Woodmen Park

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Home of the Quad City River Bandits, the Class A affiliate of the Houston Astros, Modern Woodmen Park offers Major League quality features and seats more than 7,000 people. The St. Ambrose baseball team uses the field for all home games and practices.

The stadium is located in downtown Davenport along the Mississippi River and is just minutes away from campus. Equipped with home and road clubhouses and batting cages, players get to experience a professional sporting event atmosphere on game day. Modern Woodmen Park was selected as the best Minor League Ballpark in a 2013 poll.

Opened in 1931, Modern Woodmen Park has undergone numerous renovations and transformations, including the addition of a state-of-the-art, high definition 20' x 35' video board and an enclosed Sky Deck on the stadium's suite level.

Ambrose Dome

- Bees enjoy 'Dome' team advantage
- Video on the Ambrose Dome
- Indoor putting green video (SAUtv)
- Bees take full advantage of Ambrose Dome (Quad-City Times)

The Ambrose Dome, which opened in August 2005, is a state-of-the-art, 67,000-square-foot, 75-foot-high, multi-tiered dome. Purchased by St. Ambrose University in the spring of 2011, the Ambrose Dome is heavily utilized by the SAU Athletic Department.

This sports complex located at 5003 Brady Street in Davenport, less than three miles from campus, is home to St. Ambrose softball games and track & field competitions. The SAU football, baseball, softball, lacrosse, soccer, golf and track & field teams each hold indoor practices in the Ambrose Dome.

Along with serving as an enclosed driving range facility, an indoor putting green was installed in the Ambrose Dome in the winter of 2012-13, helping the SAU golf teams practice year round.

Davenport Soccer Complex

The St. Ambrose men's and women's soccer teams and men's lacrosse teams practice and play their matches at the Davenport Soccer Complex.

Located north of campus on N. Division St., there are two primary fields for the SAU soccer teams with stands and scoreboards.

Emeis Golf Course

Serving as the primary home course for both the St. Ambrose men's and women's golf teams, the 6500-yard course is considered the premier public access golf course in the metropolitan Quad-City area.

Emeis Golf Course, located just miles from campus in Davenport, Iowa, is home to the Quad Cities Amateur.

TPC Deere Run

Host of the PGA Tour's John Deere Classic, TPC Deere Run, located just across the Mississippi River in Silvis, Ill., offers state-of-the-art PGA Tour standard short game and driving range practice facilities.

The St. Ambrose men's golf team hosts the annual NAIA Midwest Invitational in mid October, a two-day tournament that features some of the top teams in the country. St. Ambrose hosted the NAIA Men's Golf National Championships at TPC Deere Run from 2009-11 and the national event returns to the Quad Cities from 2016-17.

SAU Softball Field

Assumption High School at 1020 West Central Park in Davenport, about three blocks from campus, is home to St. Ambrose softball games.

Weight Room

In the competitive world of college football, the off-field preparation of the student-athlete is an important aspect in building a successful program on the field. At St. Ambrose University, the football players are fortunate to train in a state-of-the-art facility.

Located just north of campus, the weight room is a premier strength and speed facility. Here at St. Ambrose, we believe that a student-athlete's performance in the weight room will improve their performance, as well as reduce the risk of injury. Coach Magistrelli's philosophy is to make strength and speed development a year-round job for the St. Ambrose football program.

Here at St. Ambrose, football players train with the best equipment available. There are eight Olympic platforms, eight power racks, and over 20,000 pounds of free weights. There are several pieces of cardio equipment, four television sets, and a classroom. The weight room has its own separate locker room with individual lockers and showers.

The football program moved into the new weight room in January of 2009.