Scott D. Miller Stadium
Scott D. Miller Stadium, located at Wesley West, is the home of five Wesley sports: football, men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s lacrosse. The opening of a modernized Miller Stadium represented the completion of the second phase of an extensive upgrade to the athletic facilities at Wesley College. In all, over $4 million has been invested into the athletic facilities as a part of the College’s master plan, Wesley College: From Here to 2010. Miller Stadium features an artificial surface (Field Turf) and initial seating for 2,500 with potential expansion to 5,000. Lighting allows for night games and a state-of-the-art digital scoreboard has been added to the South endzone, complimenting the in the North endzone. A two-deck Press Box, with President’s Box and observation deck and picnic and concession areas also add to the complex. The stadium was originally known as Wolverine Stadium, but was renamed for outgoing President Dr. Scott Miller in a ceremony during halftime of the NCAA Division III football playoff game between Wesley and Hampden-Sydney on November 17, 2007. The stadium has hosted eleven NCAA Football Postseason games, as well as ECAC South Region soccer postseason contests.
Wesley West Fieldhouse – 511 Mary Street, Dover, DE 19901
The Field House, located at Wesley West, includes a state-of-the-art weightlifting room, gymnasium, athletic training room, locker rooms, restrooms and indoor batting facilities. Wesley West Fields are used to conduct sessions for Day Camps and Team Camps.
Julia DeFelice Team Room
The women’s soccer team has enjoyed a lot of success over the past several years and feels great about the addition to their program. Their new state-of-the-art Julia DeFelice Team Room in the Wesley West Fieldhouse. The move gave the team more space and the atmosphere of a Division I facility. “The purpose of the move was to create a more comfortable environment for our student-athletes, as our program continues to grow,” said Head Coach Ed Muntz.
All three phases of the project have been completed, installing custom wooden lockers, complete renovations to the bathroom facility and the new media equipment. The state-of-the-art lockers were custom built and installed by Dains Custom Athletic Lockers, Shell City, Missouri. “DCAL was exactly what we were looking for in a company, the small town approach with the highest quality wooden lockers in the industry,” noted Coach Muntz. Along with the new custom lockers, you will also see a new flat screen television, a multimedia projector with a pull down 106″ screen, 5.1 DVD Surround Sound System with IPOD Connect, carpet flooring and the start of renovations to the study area with computers. The completion to the restroom facility finished the move.
Coach Muntz added, “We want our student athletes to feel at home in their new facility. This will be a room to prepare for practice and games, watch film or just hang out with teammates.”