University of North Georgia Athletic Facilities
Home to the University of North Georgia baseball team, Bob Stein Stadium was constructed during the fall of 2008 and features a first-class facility for the Nighthawks. With 500 chair back seats, fans will enjoy a perfect venue for NCAA Baseball. The newly constructed Bob Stein Stadium offers players, fans, and media a beautiful facility with the backdrop of the Dahlonega mountains. Since the original construction of the baseball complex, the dugouts, field, and amenities have undergone changes and upgrades over the past six seasons. In 2005, the maintenance building was built along the left field fence to house grounds crew equipment and team supplies. A new state of the art scoreboard was added prior to the 2008 season to complement the matrix board, giving fans statistics and game information.
House (Baseball & Softball)
Dedicated with a formal ribbon cutting ceremony in March of 2014, Coleman Field House is the home of the University of North Georgia baseball and softball teams. The state-of-the-art facility features baseball and softball locker rooms, coaches' offices, meeting rooms for both teams, and and auxiliary athletic training room. Coleman Field House also offers public restrooms for fans as well as a fully stocked concession stand with a Campus Connection Bookstore apparel and gear store.
Raymond C. Hamilton Rifle Range
The COL Raymond C. Hamilton Rifle Range is home to the University of North Georgia Mixed Rifle team. It is housed in the Pennington Military Leadership Center located adjacent to the Dahlonega campus main entrance. The range is 50 feet long and consists of 10 firing points. In 2011 the range was equipped with the Sius Hybridscore electronic targets and scoring system.
Carolyn Hill Stadium (Softball)
Home to the University of North Georgia softball team, Haines & Carolyn Hill Stadium was constructed during the fall of 2008 and features a first-class facility for the Nighthawks. With 222 chair back seats and a newly constructed terraced bank down the third base line, fans will enjoy a perfect venue for NCAA softball. The newly constructed “Hill Stadium” features three separate press boxes for media members that stretch 45 feet. “The Hill” was home to the 2009, 2010 and 2011 NCAA Southeast Regional and Super Regional with a record single-game attendance of 587. Home to the Nighthawk softball team for the last 10 seasons, "The Hill" features one of the best facilities in all of NCAA Division II. In the spring of 2008, a state-of-the-art Daktronics scoreboard was placed in right-center which stretches 28 feet wide and 20 feet high and features LED lettering and a wireless transmitting device.
Constructed in 1960, Memorial Hall enters its 44th year as the home of North Georgia basketball and much more ranging from athletics to education. In addition to basketball, Memorial Hall also houses the athletic department administrative and coaches office, Physical Education Department, athletic training rooms, and a 25-meter long swimming pool, which is part of the Department of Recreational Sports. The gymnasium itself consists of chair back seating for 1,025 fans and has the capability to expand with on-floor seating to host audiences of over 2,500. In the first year as the University of North Georgia, Memorial Hall is unveiling a resurfaced floor embedded with the new Nighthawks logo. In addition, there has also been a new modern era scoreboard installed to help enhance the game day experience.
Home to the University of North Georgia men's and women's soccer teams for the last seven seasons, the UNG Soccer Complex features a 116-by-66 yard playing surface. The facility opened in 2004 and has a picturesque view of the North Georgia mountains and the UNG baseball and softball fields. The first match played at the facility was on September 11, 2004 against USC Upstate.
Complex at Yahoola Creek Park
Home to the University of North Georgia men's and women's tennis teams, the UNG Tennis Complex is located at the newly constructed Yahoola Creek Park. The facility is just minutes from campus and offers eight brand new courts that overlook the North Georgia mountains. Prior to the spring of 2014 the complex will be upgraded with eight new nets and a complete set of new windscreens.
Home to the University of North Georgia men's and women's golf teams, Achasta Golf Club is located just a few short miles from the Dahlonega campus. This natural, classic Jack Nicklaus signature golf course blends harmoniously with its surroundings, located in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains along the Chestatee River with the river coming into play on over half the holes. Achasta is honored to have been selected as home of the PGA Tour’s 2007-2008 AT&T Classic Qualifier, 2002-2006 Bell South Classic Open Qualifier, 2002 Georgia State Amateur Qualifier, 2003 US Open Qualifier and the 2004 Georgia State Mid-Am Qualifier.
Pets of any kind, excluding service dogs, are not
allowed at any of the University of North Georgia athletic
facilities. For more information regarding UNG Athletics
facilities, contact Hank Haynes, Assistant Athletic Director for