Student-athletes at Northwestern enjoy some of the finest athletic facilities in the region.
Bultman Center for Health Physical Education and Intercollegiate athletics The Bultman Center for Health, Physical Education and Intercollegiate Athletics houses the athletics, physical education and health services departments of the college. Built in 1995, it features a wood-floored gymnasium for basketball and volleyball that seats 2,200. Also contained in the facility are a wrestling/aerobics room, locker rooms, athletic training rooms, and the Korver Weight Room, with both free weights and selectorized machines.
|DeWitt Physical Fitness CenterAdditional practice space is available in the DeWitt Physical Fitness Center, home to Northwestern’s popular intramural sports program. Raider athletes utilize the one-tenth-mile, four-lane indoor track for training, while the baseball and softball teams practice in the facility during the winter months. In addition to the track, the DeWitt Center includes four handball/racquetball courts; three basketball and four volleyball courts; two indoor tennis courts; and two badminton/pickleball courts|
|Korver Field Football games take place on Korver Field, which in 2004 was given a new FieldTurf artificial playing surface. Used by 18 NFL teams and a number of NCAA Division I schools, FieldTurf has been shown to significantly decrease injuries. Two full-sized practice football fields are also available to Raider athletes.|
|De Valois Stadium Korver Field is housed in De Valois Stadium, which seats 3,100. Along with the field, the De Valois Stadium complex includes a football/track locker room and an eight-lane polyurethane track completed in 2003. The track is steeple-chase ready; field event venues added adjacent to the track include a 100-by-100-foot polyurethane high jump area. Northwestern has hosted the outdoor GPAC conference track meet.|
|Dutch Diamonds Northwestern’s baseball and softball teams compete on the MOC-Floyd Valley High School diamonds. The lighted facilities with dugouts each seat 500 spectators.|
|Landsmeer Golf ClubRaider golfers practice and play at Landsmeer Golf Club, an 18-hole public course in Orange City. Opened in 1995, Landsmeer includes a driving range and putting green. Rolling hills provide golfers with an opportunity to test their skill, while prairie grasses and wildflowers enhance the aesthetic dimension of the course.|
|Soccer Field Complex Raider soccer teams compete and practice on fields renovated in 2011 through a cooperative project funded by Northwestern, the city of Orange City, and the public schools. Improvements included a new scoreboard, lighting, fencing and press box. Crews also installed a new drainage system, added irrigation to the practice fields, and leveled and reseeded both the competition and practice fields. Korver Field, with its artificial turf, is available for games during inclement weather.|