Facilities & Services

Lasell College student athletes compete and practice on two NCAA regulation fields. Grellier Field, dedicated to Lasell College alum and donor, Nancy Curtis Grellier ‘49, is a FieldTurf field used by Lasell's men's and women's lacrosse teams, field hockey and recreational and club sports. Nancy is pictured below with her husband Bill and members of the field hockey, and men's and women's lacrosse teams.

Nancy Grellier with members of field hockey and lacrosse teams

Taylor Field, named in honor of Molly Taylor, is home to the men's and women's soccer teams and the softball team. Taylor field is a regulation soccer and softball field with a grass playing surface and a skinned infield.

The basketball and volleyball teams compete and practice in the Athletic Center located in the center of campus. The Athletic Center houses a state-of-the-art hardwood playing surface for basketball and volleyball, an overhead track, locker rooms, administrative offices, a dance/aerobics studio and a team meeting room. The gymnasium is open and staffed over 80 hours/week and is available for general student use when not reserved for a varsity practice or competition.

Lasell has two fitness facilities. The Edwards Fitness Center, located directly across from the Athletic Center, is 2,000 square feet of space filled with cardio machines, free weights and fitness equipment.

The McClelland fitness center is located in McClelland Hall overlooking the Van Winkle Courtyard and provides an additional 2,000 square feet of workout space with cardio machines, free weights, and fitness equipment.
Both fitness facilities are staffed by CPR certified students and open to the Lasell community over 85 hours/week.

Lasell College also has two athletic training rooms. The main training room is located on the first floor of Forest Suites Residence Hall on Forest Avenue. The training room is state of the art and is open to student-athletes daily for rehab and for pre and post-game treatment. The auxiliary training room is located on the first floor of the Athletic Center and is used primarily for game prep for basketball, volleyball, soccer, and softball.