Located is also located on the main campus of Montreat College, Newell Field is the home to baseball. Newell Field previously served as the home for men's soccer prior to the development of Howard Fisher Memorial Field has been home to five Appalachian Athletic Conference championships, 1996, 1997, 1998 along with the 2000 Regular Season and Tournament titles.
Located on the college's Black Mountain campus, Roxy Hines Memorial Field is the home to softball. While playing at Roxy Hines Memorial Field the Cavaliers won the 2000 Appalachian Athletic Conference regular season and the 2001 AAC Regular Season and Tournament champions who went onto win the NAIA Regional Championship to advance to the NAIA National Tournament.
The Golf Course at The Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa
Home to the men's and women's golf teams, the Grove Park Inn golf course is a beautifully maintained 18 hole championship layout located in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Grove Park plays to 6400 yards, and offers challenging approach shots and undulating greens. The course was originally opened in 1896 as a 9 hole course, after which time legendary architect Donald Ross redesigned the existing 9 holes and added 9 more. The course underwent a $2.5 million restoration in the summer of 2001 and was voted "Best Restoration" by Golfweek Magazine in 2002. Other accolades include Top 100 Courses in NC as well as one of the 2010 Top 15 U.S. Southern Golf Resorts.
Located on the college's Black Mountain campus, the picturesque course begins across Howard Fisher Memorial field and winds through the 72-acre property, passing the Manor House, a 24,400-square-foot home built in 1920 and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally the summer home of electrical industrialist F. S. Terry, the Manor House now houses classrooms, a computer lab, outdoor education offices and men's soccer and men's and women's lacrosse offices.