TENNIS PLAYING FACILITIES
K-State Women's Tennis plays in two different venues: Body First Fitness and Tennis Center in Manhattan for indoor matches, and the K-State Tennis Center on the K-State campus, for outdoor matches.
K-State has partnered with Body First Fitness and Tennis Center for the last four seasons to utilize the indoor courts at its facility. Body First Fitness and Tennis Center features three indoor hard courts for the Wildcats to use for both competition and practice. In 2011, K-State recorded a 6-2 mark at the facility including its first-ever win over Texas A&M.
BUD AND MARTI NEWELL STRENGTH COMPLEX
The Bud and Marti Newell Strength and Conditioning Complex, which is located in the Vanier Sports Complex, is a newly-renovated 13,000 square foot weight facility that includes more than $100,000 worth of essential weight training equipment.
The complex also contains a new improved athletic training facility complete with hydrotherapy center.
Under the guidance and supervision of head strength coach Mike Kent, and a nationally certified strength and conditioning staff, each and every athlete is trained to reach peak physical performance.
The state-of-the-art training facility is an integral part of K-State’s tennis success.
VANIER ACADEMIC LEARNING CENTER
Named for donors Jack and Mary Vanier, the Vanier Complex not only is the home to the nationally-prominent Kansas State football team, but also houses one of the top academic facilities.
Among the features of the academic learning center are: