The Moraine Valley baseball team plays on a diamond southwest of campus, the
corner of 111th Street and Kean Avenue. The distance from home plate to the
center field fence is 400 feet, to the left field foul line fence is 333 feet
and 329 feet to the right field foul line.
The Cyclones Cross Country Course is a
challenging course that runs around the south side of Moraine Valley's campus
and over a series of mounds on the southwest side of campus. Established in 2006
and redesigned in 2011, the course is designed for a women's 5,000 meter (3.1
miles) race and the men's 8,000 meter (4.96 miles) race. The Cyclones Course has
been the host site for Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference championships and
NJCAA Region IV Division I and III championships.
The men's golf team uses the Water's
Edge Golf Club at 115th Street and Harlem Avenue in Worth as their home course.
The 18-hole course was constructed in 1999 and winds along the Calumet-Sag
Moraine Valley's Gymnasium was constructed in 1967 and was
the first structure built on the campus. The newly refurbished building seats
1,750 and has team locker rooms. The gym, also known as the Cyclones Center, is home to the women's volleyball team
and the men's and women's basketball teams.
Moraine Valley has one stadium field constructed in 1983 on
the southwest side of campus. It seats 750 spectators. Just northwest of the
main field are two professional-sized training fields. Both the men's and
women's soccer team use all the fields.
The softball team uses a diamond with covered dugouts and two
sets of bleachers. The field is situated behind Building P on the west side of
campus. The distance from home plate to the center field fence is 224 feet, to
the left field foul line fence is 206 feet and 209 feet to the right field foul
Moraine Valley has 10 lighted tennis courts on the southwest side
of campus with windscreens, parking access and a seating capacity of 50.