The Peter W. Stott Center (PSC) is home to Athletics, Intercollegiate Athletics, Health and Physical Education classes, student recreation, and intramural sports and offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities to students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests.
Located at SW 10th and Hall on the PSU campus, the Stott Center arena seats 1,775 people in its main bleachers. It can, however, be expanded to more than 2,000 for volleyball, as it was when PSU hosted (and won) the 1992 NCAA II volleyball championship. The 1984 and 1985 championship teams also hosted the finals at The Stott Center.
The Stott Center was the site of NCAA II Regional Championships in women's basketball (PSU hosted and won regional titles in 1992 and 1995) and wrestling. The Center abounds in history, as the home court of Freeman Williams, PSU basketball legend of the 1970's. Banners from four PSU team sports hang from the arena walls as a reminder of PSU's rich athletic tradition and success.
Opened in 1966, The Stott Center provides a cozy, intense atmosphere for athletic events. Recent upgrades—thanks to the generous $1 million challenge grant by Peter W. Stott—have included enhancements throughout the building and will improve the athletic experience for fans and athletes alike.
Stott Center courts and training rooms are for class and team use. They are not open to the public.
- Weight Room
- Circuit Training Room
- Aquatics Center
- Racquetball Courts
- Squash Court
- Tennis Courts
- Table Tennis
930 SW Hall
Portland Oregon 97201