Facilities

Cecchini Center (Basketball and Volleyball)
The Cecchini Center contains two gym floors and hosts the Cavaliers' men's basketball, women's basketball, and volleyball games. Alumni Arena, Walsh's newest venue, opened in the fall of 2009 and hosts the basketball games as well as select on campus events such as graduation, intramurals, and summer camps. It features six scoreboards (one on each end in the corner and four in the center above midcourt), the main court with an option of two full-size courts with bleachers in, and six basketball hoops. It seats approximately 2,000 people for basketball games.

Volleyball has taken on the original gym as its own. After spending the 2012 season in Alumni Arena, volleyball has since moved back after renovations were made in 2013 and 2014 to make it a volleyball-specific venue. (Directions)
 

Biery Stadium / Tim Mead Field (Baseball)
The baseball team first started playing in its current location in 1978. Recen renovations has seen the addition of new dugoutsin 2008, a new scoreboard 2010, and new locker rooms for the fall of 2014. It is located on the east side of campus on the corner of E. Maple Street and Market Avenue directly across from Washington Square. A batting cage is adjacent to the home dugout on the third base side. The press box is located directly behind home plate. Parking is available behind both dugouts. In the fall of 2014, new locker rooms and stadium seats were installed for the 2015 season. The complex was renamed Biery Stadium / Tim Mead Field in dedication ceremonies in April of 2015. (Directions)

Tom Benson Stadium (Football)
The football team has called Tom Benson Stadium (formely Fawcett Stadium) home since 1998. Prior to that, the Cavaliers played their home games at North Canton Hoover's Memorial Stadium. It is located just a few miles south on I-77 off of exit 107A. With a capacity of 22,364, it is by far the largest stadium in the conference and one of the largest in NCAA Division II. The historic stadium is also the home of the annual Hall of Fame Game, the first NFL pre-season game of the year that coincides with the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony. In the summer of 2009, a brand new, state-of-the-art $3.4 million press box was added. (Directions)

Klekotka Tennis Complex
The Klekotka Tennis Complex is home to the men's and women's tennis teams. It is located directly behind Giant Eagle in Washington Square and can be reached by turning into Hoover Park. It features a total of six courts with two courts separated entirely and the other four separated equally into sections of two. In the case of inclement weather, indoor matches are played at the Hall of Fame Fitness Center located at 2700 Roberts Avenue in Canton. (Directions)

Milazzo Field (Soccer and Track & Field)
Milazzo Field is the home venue for Walsh's soccer and track & field teams. It sits between Vasco Field and the Softball complex across the street from the Cecchini Center. The Cavaliers started playing soccer there midway through the 1995 season. Surrounding the field is a state-of-the-art eight-lane track that was added in 2008. Milazzo Field has hosted conference championships for track and field in the past, as well as meets for the Special Olympics. Seating is located on the east side of the field with parking located adjacent to the field. (Directions)

WU Softball Complex
The Walsh University Softball Complex is located next to Milazzo Field, just across W. Maple Street from the Cecchini Center, and Hoover Park. Recent renovations has included a new backstop added in 2014. A warning track and new scoreboard for the 2015 season. Stadium seats were put in place for the 2016 season. A practice field is located just behind the home dugout on the third base side. The press box is also located on the third base side above the dugout. Parking is available just beyond the left field and right field fences. (Directions)

Vasco Field (Lacrosse)
The VascoSports Athletic Field is the home of the Cavaliers' men's and women's lacrosse teams. It also serves as the main practice field for the football team which plays its home games at Canton's Tom Benson Stadium. Football also plays its annual spring game here as well. Vasco Filed is located on the west side of campus, just across W. Maple Street from the Cecchini Center, and adjacent to Milazzo Field. (Directions)