Athletic Facilities
 
Emerson Performance Center
The Emerson Performance Center is home to the Harris-Stowe State University men's basketball, women's basketball and volleyball programs. Opened in the fall of 2003, it is located on the north end of campus. The Emerson Performance Center houses the Board of Regents Gymnasium, a weight room, men's and women's locker rooms, athletic training facilities and athletic offices.  
Renovated Basketball Locker Rooms
In the fall of 2015 Harris-Stowe upgraded the locker rooms for both the Men's and Women's programs.  
Hornets Soccer Field

The Hornets Soccer Field is home to the Harris-Stowe State University men's and women's soccer teams. The field is located on the northwest corner of campus and just west of the Emerson Performance Center.

HSSU Baseball: Stars Park
Stars Park is home to the Harris-Stowe State University Baseball Program. The field served as the home of the St. Louis Stars' of the Negro National League from 1922-31.  Four Negro League championships were played at the field.  In 1924 the Stars fell to the KC Monarchs but won the League Championships in 1928, 1930 and 1931.  Three Hall of Famers called Stars Park their home field.  James "Cool Papa" Bell, Willie "El Diablo" Wells, and Mule Suttles.  On May 2, 2007, the Bob Broeg Chapter of the Society for American Baseball Research formally dedicated the historic site. The field is located on the southwest corner of campus on the corner of Market Street and Compton Ave.
Harris-Stowe Softball
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10300 Gravois Rd St. Louis, MO 63123
All-Star Performance (Off Campus)
All-Star Perfomance is serves as the indoor facility for both Harris-Stowe Baseball and Softball.  During the winter both programs have access to the facility.  Located 15 minutes off campus, it houses 12 cages, 7 mounds, full indoor infield, 120 foot practice area, power arm room, and a newly renovated state of the art weight room.
On Campus Indoor Practice Facility
The on campus indoor practice facility is used by both baseball and softball.  It sits in the Henry Givens Jr Building just beyond centerfield of Stars Park.  It can be used year round by members of the programs.
  
 
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