Regency Athletic Complex Brick Campaign
Fields of Opportunity!
Metropolitan State University of Denver is home to one of the top NCAA Division II athletics program in the nation. And now, with your help, we will have the facilities to prove it! The Regency Athletic Complex at MSU Denver provides student-athletes, fans, and community members with access to some of the finest baseball, soccer, softball and tennis facilities in the nation. But we need your help to complete the project!
Because we recognize the impact this facility has on the Greater Denver community, we want to offer you the opportunity to put your name on this project. Literally. For as little as $250, your contribution to Roadrunner Athletics and the Regency Athletic Complex campaign will become a permanent fixture for generations of Roadrunners to come.
We invite you to invest in our project and help build the future of Roadrunner Athletics one brick at a time...
About the Regency Athletic Complex at MSU Denver
MSU Denver transformed a blighted plot in Denver’s inner city into eight tennis courts, a soccer field, a baseball field and a softball field with a fitness trail encircling the entire 12-acre complex.
We created an urban park at a time and in a place where no one else could do it. And it is a city treasure.
The new 12.5 acre complex is home to six Roadrunner Athletics teams: baseball, softball, men's and women's soccer, and men's and women's tennis. This state-of-the-art complex provides MSU Denver student-athletes with access to arguably the best training, practice, and competition facilities at the NCAA Division II level.
Recognized for its unparalleled environment, MSU Denver and the Regency Athletic Complex hosted the 2016 NCAA Division II Spring Sports Festival. This championship event brought more than 70 teams and 1,000 student athletes to Denver to compete for national championships in men’s and women’s golf, tennis, softball and women’s lacrosse.
The Regency Athletic Complex at MSU Denver is available to residents from nearby underserved communities. Students at Greenlee Elementary are already using the tennis courts, which opened in fall 2013.