John Ingold Athletic Complex

Goshen College student-athletes train and compete in some of the best small college athletic facilities in the nation. The Roman Gingerich Recreation-Fitness Center, which opened in 1995, is home to the Maple Leafs' 14 intercollegiate athletic teams and is one of the newest additions to an ever-growing college campus. The $7.3 million facility houses a variety of athletic and fitness-related activities. Whether you are a member of the golf team hitting balls on the indoor range or a basketball player running on the 200-meter indoor track, the Gingerich Center offers athletes every chance to train and compete successfully.

In addition to these indoor facilities, Goshen College also boasts some of the finest outdoor playing fields in the nation. The baseball, softball and soccer stadiums all are equipped with automatic, in-ground irrigation systems while the 1,500-seat soccer complex is one of the few lighted soccer stadiums at the NAIA level.

In 2015, the outdoor athletic fields were named in honor of John Ingold, a professor of physical education at GC from 1964 to 1998. Ingold also coached all seven men's sports that the college has offered, including five (cross country, soccer, tennis, golf and track and field) for nine or more seasons. After his retirement, he faithfully drove the college's bus to numerous Maple Leaf athletic events, logging thousands of miles per year until retiring in 2015.

Indoor Facilities
• 3 full-size basketball courts with 10 baskets
• 200-meter Mondo-surface running track
• Exercise machines (Steppers, exercise bikes, rowers and elliptical machines)
• 2,800-square foot weight room
• 4 racquetball courts
• Large training room
• Indoor soccer goals
• State-of-the-art exercise science lab
• Track and field: jumping pit, throwing cage, high jump pit and high jump mats

Outdoor Facilities
• 10 tennis courts; six have lighting
• 400-meter track and field complex
• 2 sand volleyball courts
• 3-hole golf course
• Soccer field with lights and seating for 1,500 fans
• 3 separate practice fields
• Baseball field: Completely fenced with press box and enlarged dugouts
• Softball field: Completely fenced with press box and newly built dugouts