Woodman Park is located along the Mississippi River and also serves as home to
Quad Cities River Bandits the "A" level Minor League affiliate of the
Houston Astros. The field is up to Major League standards, seats more than 7,000 people and offers a spectacular view of downtown Davenport and the busy Mississippi River.
Built in 1983, the physical education center of
Lee Lohman Arena houses classrooms, faculty offices and facilities for basketball, racquetball, volleyball, weightlifting, jogging, recreational activities and varsity athletics.
Brady Street Stadium in Davenport, about 2 miles from campus, is home to the St. Ambrose football and track and field teams.
Timmermann Field on the St. Ambrose campus is the home of numerous football and soccer practices throughout the year.
Assumption High School at 1020 West Central Park in Davenport, about three blocks from campus, is home to St. Ambrose softball games.
Ambrose Dome at 5003 Brady Street in Davenport, about two and a half miles
from campus, is home to St. Ambrose softball games, track and field competitions
and is used as a practice facility for several sports on the St. Ambrose campus.
A preview of the Ambrose Dome can be found at: