The Quinn Aquatic Complex
includes both indoor and outdoor facilities and
is home to SRJC's men's and women's water polo and swim, dive teams.
The indoor pool is an eight lane, 25 yard competition
pool ranging in depth from three and half to five and a half feet. The deeper
end incldues eight starting blocks and the pool is wired with a sophisticated
Colorado timing system that includes a digital scoreboard and eight touch
pads. The indoor pool also includes four ladders, removable stairs, and a
wheel chair lift for our classes and adaptive physical education programs.
The indoor facility also includes two full sets of bleachers, two pace clocks,
men and women locker and shower rooms, an underwater viewing room, and
a retractable roof that is opened and closed as weather permits.
outdoor pool is a six lane, 25 yard competition pool ranging in depth from
seven to twelve feet. The outdoor pool includes three diving boards, specifically
two one-meter boards and one three-meter board for both class use as well as
competition. The outdoor facility also includes two wall-mounted water polo
goals as well as a digital timing system and scoreboard for water polo games.
The outdoor pool facility also includes two sets of bleachers, a pace clock,
an underwater viewing room, and direct access to our state of the art weight
and locker rooms.
Baseball Diamond - Cook Sypher Field
Field is home to the Santa Rosa Junior College Varsity Baseball Team. Syper
is an outstanding natural turf facility with a sand based infield that plays
fast and true. There is a state of the art scoreboard 40 feet above the fence
in left field. Syper Field has a combination press box and concession stand
directly behind the backstop. The facility includes two full length batting
cages and five ball toss, and these stations are covered with synthetic turf.
To add to the character of the facility, oak trees frame the area outside the
2,400 square foot dance room is a state of the art dance studio environment.
The newly installed sprung floor is easy on the legs and insures softness to
the body for high impact movements. It is covered with Timestep flooring material.
This versatile covering is ideal for barefeet in modern dance classes, as well
as dance shoes needed for ballet and/or jazz. The powerful music system is
suspended off the floor, providing a generous skip free stereo sound. There
are mirrors covering the front and one side wall. Three walls have fixed ballet
barres with portable barres available to larger ballet classes. It truly is
a model dance studio setting.
Football & Track - Bailey Field
Field is home to SRJC football and men's and women's track and field.
The Bear Cub football team plays on hybrid bermuda
grass that sits on a sand base. Bailey Field is considered one of the best
playing surfaces in California community college athletics. The eight lane
all weather track is a tremendous surface for sprinters and distance runners.
Bailey Field has two shot put and two discus rings for field events.
A new state of the art press box was installed on
the east side of the stadium in 2002 to compliment the existing press box
on the west side of Bailey. Both press boxes provide excellent views for
video or film work. The new box is wired for computors to log in statistics
or reporting for the local media. This top notch facility is framed by numerous
oak trees, including the beautiful oak that sits three yards out of the back
of the north endzone.
is extremely proud of its spacious multipurpose gymnasium that was built
in 1982. Demonstrating its planned versatility, the sports complex is comprised
of three regulation basketball courts, three volleyball courts, and six badminton
courts, offering a seating capacity in excess of 2,000 spectators. All varsity
basketball and volleyball home contests are played in Haehl Pavilion, as well
as local regional high school basketball playoffs, All-Star games, and even
university level volleyball, providing fans with exciting college and high
Frequently selected to host the California State Wrestling
Championships, Haehl continues to attract the attention of outside groups
including the Harlem Globetrotters, Special Olympics, Girl Scout's Sports
Expo, Firefighters vs. 49ers Basketball and, at one time, the Golden State
Warriors. An excellent facility for basketball camps and high school summer
league play, Haehl Pavilion is also home to the Bear Cub Athletic Trust's
Wall of Fame. Acknowledging many past outstanding
athletes and coaches, SRJC Hall of Fame inductees' plaques can be viewed
in the rear foyer of the pavilion.
Instructional classes, sports activities, and special
fund raisers notwithstanding, Haehl Pavilion is also utilized each year for
the President's Community Address, the Press Democrat Awards, the Clo Bowl
Banquet, and the JC's Nursing Program graduation ceremonies.
Completing the list of comprehensive facility amenities
are three coaching offices, two team locker rooms, a first aid room, conference
room, and, of course, a well-equipped snack bar.
in 1935, this picturesque, historic structure has long been the center of our
indoor Physical Education classes. Prior to the construction of Haehl Pavilion,
Tauzer Gym - an ivy cloaked brick building - was home to the men's and women's
varsity basketball teams as well as a gymnastic arena. Currently, a variety
of courses are taught in Tauzer Gym throughout the day beginning with early
morning yoga and ending with folk and ballroom dance in the evening. Other
classes such as fencing, aerobics, Tai Chi, hip hop and body conditioning are
also taught in Tauzer Gym. During the fall, Tauzer Gym is home to the SRJC
Soccer Field - Cook Sypher Field
in the southwest corner of the Santa Rosa Junior College Campus is Cook Sypher
Field, home of the Bear Cub soccer teams. Seating over 200 spectators, the
bleachers look over the field of competition - a spacious 120 by 80 yards
of rye bluegrass.
Plans for improving the soccer field are in the works,
given the increasing popularity of soccer that is seen at all levels. Included
in the proposed improvements are plans for expanded seating capacity and
artificial field turf, among other exciting changes.
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