Athletics play a tremendous role in the lives of Riverside cadets, and our athletic facilities are built to serve our athletes at every stage of the game. Our fields and facilities are well maintained and rival those found at many colleges.
As visitors enter campus, one of the first things they see is Riverside's Maginnis Field - a football field surrounded by a quarter-mile rubber track. Adjacent to Maginnis Field is Riverside's tennis complex with eight lighted tennis courts. The field house at Maginnis Field features large locker rooms for both home and visiting teams and a physical therapy facility staffed by Riverside's athletic trainer.
Riverside's Cunningham Field, which serves our JV and Varsity baseball teams, is lighted and features spacious team dugouts and bleachers for fans.
The lacrosse field occupies the next space in the Riverside field lineup. Also lighted, it serves as a football practice field during the off-season for lacrosse. Next, our prep (middle school) baseball team has its own field for practice and competition. Riverside's soccer teams also have a dedicated field on the north end of campus.
Riverside's Curtis Hall was built in 2002 and houses a weight training complex, a spacious gymnasium, an indoor rifle range, locker rooms, and a concession stand.
The John L. Beaver Fieldhouse is a massive facility that primarily serves our wrestling team, but also features amenities that support indoor training for other sports during inclement weather. The amenities include an indoor track, a rappelling wall and a batting/pitching net.
Riverside's natatorium is one of the largest and best facilities of its kind in the state - particularly at the high school level. It has served as the site of the state swim meet for several years.