Missouri State University

Plaster Sports Complex

Plaster Sports Complex (PSC) was completed in 1992 as a multi-use facility for the purpose of supporting recreational and educational needs of Missouri State University students, faculty and staff members as well as providing facilities for hosting intercollegiate athletic contests and special events.

After expansion and renovation, PSC comprises of a grandstand with seating capacity of 16,600, an all-weather jogging track and the revolutionary Field Turf Synthetic Grass. Skyboxes, located on the second level, were constructed during the renovation in 1991. The sports complex also has 12 handball/racquetball courts, two of these being championship courts, designed for spectator viewing.

The Health and Fitness Center is housed on the second level of the Complex.  The center includes a free weight area, a variety of selectorized machines, cardio-vascular machines and an aerobic room with a TV and VCR available.  A variety of classes are offered through Campus Recreation during the year.  All students, faculty and staff may reserve courts and check-out equipment with proper Missouri State University identification.  Attendants are on duty for assistance with equipment usage.

The Athletics Strength and Conditioning Center located on the second level, is used by the various intercollegiate athletic teams on campus.  The first level of the Complex, in addition to the racquetball courts, also houses administrative offices and locker room facilities for both men and women.