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Hermann Court

Hermann Court, built in the 1960s, is home to a number of important athletic facilities for Wilmington College. Most notably, Fred Raizk Arena, named after longtime WC Director of Athletics and coach, is home to the Fightin' Quakers' men's basketball, women's basketball and volleyball programs. 

The arena, which is also used for the College's Commencement ceremonies each spring, seats approximately 3,500 fans and features an auxiliary gymnasium for practice.

Fred Raizk Arena has hosted many postseason contests including: Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) Tournaments, NAIA and NCAA Division III Tournament contests and Ohio high School Athletic Association (OHSAA) Tournament games.

 

 


 

 

Hermann Court, alongside being one of the safest buildings in the entire Clinton County area, features a couple of other spaces that are used by the WC community. The building has a wing of offices to house some of the athletics department staff, two classrooms used primarily by the sport management and athletic training programs and is home to the WC Natatorium.

A weight room as well as racquetball courts and numerous locker rooms are also utilized by the athletics department.