Pat Malley Fitness and Recreation Center
The 45,000 square foot Pat Malley Fitness and Recreation Center (Malley Center) opened in the Fall of 1999 and offers the university community an opportunity to participate in a variety of fitness, leisure, educational, and recreational activities.
It is designed to be a gathering place for members of the campus community interested in physical activity. All individuals, regardless of ability level, are encouraged to utilize this campus resource to improve personal health and well-being. Both the building layout and facility amenities are intended to create a welcoming, user-friendly environment.
Filizetti-McPherson Weight Room
- 9,360 square feet with rubberized and carpeted floor and mirrored walls
- December 2008 replaced rubberized floor with Mondo Sport Impact flooring
- Over 35 pieces of cardiovascular equipment including 8 precor ellipticals, 6 stairmasters, 8 recumbent bikes, 8 upright bikes, 8 treadmills (2 are not connected to the grid and are powered by sweat), and 1 spinning bike
- Over 30 state-of-the-art "selectorized" weight machines for toning and strength exercises
- Extensive free weight area with top-of-the-line strength building equipment
- January 2009 added 52 pairs of Iron Grip dumbbells ranging from 2 - 100 pounds; replaced existing weights; and additional 5 pairs added in May 2009
- Accessible equipment for persons with disabilities
- Stereo sound system and cable televisions
- Supervised by safety-trained student staff
- December 2009 replaced carpet in the weight room and facility hallways with new carpet tiles from Interface