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From Bison Stadium, the new turf football field which is ringed by a new synthetic all-weather track, and Hoag Field, one of the most beautiful venues for soccer in the nation, to the newly renovated Softball Diamond and Knight Natatorium inside the multipurpose Thomas Phillips Johnson Health & Recreation Center, Bethany's student-athletes have some of the best facilities in the region in which to refine their skills.


Bison Stadium underwent dramatic transformation during the summer of 2008. The facility changes included placing new artificial turf on the playing field, a surface called FieldTurf. In addition, lights were installed, a new rubberized track surface was put down around the field, as well as a steeplechase pit and jump and new areas for pole vault, high jump, long/triple jump and throwing events. Due to the new turf field and lights, the entire Bethany community can make use of the facility. In addition to the Bison varsity men's and women's soccer, field hockey, and lacrosse teams being able to play contests on the field, the school's intramural program and walkers from the Bethany area are able to take advantage of the renovated facility.




Hoag Field was originally built in 1982 and is one of the most aesthetic soccer complexes in the Eastern United States. The home of the 1994 men's national championship team, as well as the five-time PAC champion women's soccer program, Hoag Field has hosted numerous NCAA Tournament men's soccer matches, including the epic 1994 NCAA Quarterfinal match against US-San Diego and all three of Bethany's first round match-ups in their recent trips to the postseason.


Bethany’s soccer programs also have top-notch training facilities. Highlighting those is the John S. Cunningham Soccer Complex. Located on the opposite end of town from the Field House complex, this was home to BC soccer prior to the construction of Hoag Field. This complex has six mini-training fields and four full training fields. In addition, it hosts the youth soccer leagues in Brooke County. The complex also has restrooms, a concession stand and an athletic training area.


The Field House is connected to the Thomas Phillips Johnson Health & Recreation Center, which was built in 1994. Sandwen Arena inside the Center is a multi-purpose facility, which has an indoor track around three courts that can be used for basketball, tennis or volleyball. The Arena is also utilized as a practice venue for all outdoor sports during inclement weather.


The Johnson Recreation Center Weight Room houses multiple free weight stations as well as universal machines and cardio equipment, which can be used for training or rehabilitation. Several sports as well as the public benefit from the convenient weight room next to the indoor gym.