Marshall Regional Track and Field Complex

Marshall Regional Track and Field Complex

Marshall, MN

2 Miles

ISG prepared a pre-design report at the request of a cooperative effort between Southwest Minnesota State University (SMSU) and the Marshall School District. The report identified the full scope of services to be provided for the proposed renovation and expansion of the Marshall Regional Track and Field Complex, formerly known as Mattke Stadium located in the northeast corner of the SMSU campus in Marshall, Minnesota.

The pre-design report included analysis of multiple alternatives including consideration of track reconstruction, track surfacing options, track and field events, soccer field surfacing options (synthetic turf versus natural grass), adjacent infrastructure, and future improvements including rehabilitation of bleacher seating.

The final design included a new track, new track and field event areas, a new synthetic field, walking paths, and stadium lighting. As part of the cooperative agreement SMSU will use the facility for track and field, soccer, rugby, practice football, and club sports, while the Marshall High school will use it for football, soccer and track and field.

Sports and Recreation

  • Cherokee Aquatic Center

  • Clarion Aquatic Center

  • East Leach Park Skateboard Park

  • Fallenstein Field – The Miracle League of North Mankato

  • Faribault High School Fielitz Fitness Center

  • Faribault High School Pool

  • Faribault Ice Arena

  • Faribault Soccer Complex

  • Farmington Synthetic Field

  • Forest City Athletic Facilities

  • Franklin Rogers Park

  • Kasson-Mantorville Field

  • Mankato Community Fields

  • Private: Mankato Family YMCA

  • Marshall Regional Track and Field Complex

  • Minnesota State University, Mankato – Athletic Facility Master Plan

  • Minnesota State University, Mankato – Game Room

  • Minnesota State University, Mankato – Recreation & Athletic Field

  • Plainview-Elgin-Millville (PEM) School District

  • Riverfront Park

  • Storm Lake Trail