Lincoln Park Athletic Complex - Pacific University's athletic programs moved into a new era of excellence in 2008, thanks to the completion of the massive Lincoln Park Athletic Complex, located north of the Stoller Center.
The $11 million complex is the result of a unique partnership between the University and the City of Forest Grove, providing a series of three first-class athletic facilities that will provide years of use for Pacific athletes and community members.
Hanson Stadium - Pacific University's soccer programs are privledged to call home one of the top outdoor small college athletic facilities in the United States.
For soccer players, the crown jewel of the facility is the synthetic surfaced playing field. The FieldTurf surface features the top technology available for an artifical field and is one of only two such surfaces for used for soccer in the Northwest Conference. The stadium is lit with four large light towers, allowing for evening practices and matches.
A true state-of-the-art surface, FieldTurf provides the look and feel of grass without the mud, water or daily maintenance of natural turf. The FieldTurf pitch brings Hanson Stadium on-line with many other top-ranked athletic facilities that use the surface, including Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Reser Stadium in Corvallis and over half of the stadiums in the NFL, including Qwest Field in Seattle. FieldTurf is also used by teams in the English and Scottish premier leagues.
When training for matches that will take place on natural grass, teams will make use of a regulation size practice field located just north of the stadium.