Director for Recreational
Sports & Athletic Facilities
Associate Director for
Recreational Sports & Athletic
Facilities/Head Softball Coach
Ryan A. Brimberry
Assistant Director for Recreational Sports & Athletic Facilities
Coordinator for Intramurals and Club Sports/ Special Events
Welcome to Rose-Hulman's Recreational Sports and Athletic Facilities Homepage
This site is meant to serve as a resource to learn about recreational sports and facilities that Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has available to its students, faculty, staff, alumni, and families. Descriptions, locations, and availability of our various athletic/recreational facilities can be found on this site along with many recreational opportunities.
The Department of Recreational Sports and Athletic Facilities provides programs, facilities, and services that promote active participation allowing the opportunity to achieve individual potential while having fun, relieving stress, promoting community and learning life-long skills. The Department offers informal recreation (at the Sports and Recreation Center and recreation fields), organized competitions (Intramurals), learning environments (Sport Clubs), structured group/personnel fitness opportunities (Human Performance) and opportunities for fitness and recreation with pool (Aquatics).
The Department of Recreational Sports and Athletic Facilities is located in the Sports and Recreation Center (SRC), which is a state of the art recreational and competitive sports venue that also serves as a convocation center for special events. The SRC was built in 1997 and offers 165,000 square feet of recreational and varsity athletic space. The Department also offers excellent recreational fields, which have Bermuda grass. The SRC has been designed for the students of Rose-Hulman to be the primary users, especially for leisure time, out-of-class activity, and athletic competition.
PHILOSOPHY OF THE SPORTS AND RECREATION CENTER
The purpose of the Rose-Hulman Sports and Recreation Center (SRC) is to
provide recreational, lifetime, and competitive sports activities as
well as a convocation center for special events for Rose-Hulman
Institute of Technology students, active and retired faculty and staff,
Board Trustees, and alumni, as well as to enhance the sense of community
on campus. The SRC has been designed for the students of Rose-Hulman to
be the primary users, especially for leisure times, out-of-class
activities, and athletic competition. The SRC staff will develop an
atmosphere that promotes healthy interaction between various groups
using the facility. Numerous sports-related programs will be developed
for campus wide intramural activities, lifetime sports, clinics and
workshops. The SRC will provide a comfortable atmosphere and serve as
the host site for all indoor varsity sports and tournaments. Other
constituent groups and programs may be hosted as long as the philosophy
and purpose of the SRC or Rose-Hulman are not violated at any time.