Carl W. Burt Memorial Stadium

Situated along the banks of the Eel River, Carl W. Burt Memorial Stadium, one of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference's and NCAA Division III Great Lakes region's most venerable settings, was dedicated in 1988 in memory of the former head football coach.

Burt produced 15 winning seasons in 17 years, beginning in 1925. The venue has been the sight of the annual Bronze Ball battle against Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference rival Anderson University every other year and numerous Homecoming games, M Association Hall of Fame induction class recognitions, Senior Day celebrations, Community Day contests and more.


The stadium has metal bleachers on both sides and seating availablity in the south end zone.

The field is equipped with stadium lighting, a two-story press box with phone capabilities which was refurbished in the summer of 2013, and a concessions stand. The football team practices on an adjacent field with another field available for drills.