Cashell Fieldhouse/Support Facilities


Originally little more than a locker room facility, the Robert Cashell Fieldhouse has undergone two major renovations in the past eight years (1989 and 1993). The Fieldhouse serves as the command center of the Nevada football program. Named for Robert Cashell, the principle donor for the renovations, the fieldhouse is home to the football staff as well as containing conference and media rooms. It has expanded team locker rooms, equipmment and fitting areas for the athletes on the lower level. The second story is complete with conference rooms, film rooms, coaches offices and a reception area.

Conveniently located one level below the football coaches offices and meeting rooms, next to the Reno Orthopedic Clinic Sports Medicine Center and the weight room is the Cashell Equipment Room. This provides storage, issuing of equipment to players and a laundry service for both football and baseball. The facility also houses locker rooms for Nevada's football and baseball teams and provides a coaches locker room and a team meeting room.


The Nevada weight room, located as part of the Cashell Field House complex, has 5,000 square feet of workout space and 100,000 pounds of equipment, 80,000in free weights and 20,000is dumbbells.

Nevada's weight training facility features extensive, sport specific training emphasizing speed, strength, agility, and injury prevention.

There are 24 workout stations -- eight Olympic lifting platforms, eight squat racks, and eight bench press stations.

Nevada's strength staff emphasizes the following:

  • cardiovascular training
  • daily abdominal work
  • plyometric work (quick, efficient, and powerful muscle contraction)
  • speed and agility training
  • injury prevention for whole body with emphasis on knee, ankle, shoulder, and neck areas.


Opened July 1, 1993, the Reno Orthopaedic Clinic Sports Medicine Complex, located next to Cashell, is one-of-a-kind, state-of-the-art complex that offers Nevada student-athletes some of the finest sports care in America.

The multi-million dollar complex was funded by the Reno Orthopedic Clinic, and serves as a treatment center for Nevada student-athletes and a diagnostic/therapy center for area residents.


Located between Mackay Stadium and Peccole Park, two grass practice fields are available for the football team to use. Employing an innovative subterranean watering system developed by Reno-based Evaporative Control Systems, the fields were equipped with the system in the summer of 2000. They will require less water and maintenance than surface watering systems, saving the department money.

Directions to Cashell Fieldhouse

From Reno-Tahoe International Airport:
Take 395 north and exit at Interstate 80 west and exit at Virginia Street. Turn right (north) on Virginia Street and drive approximately 1.0 mile. Turn right on Fifteenth Street. Go left on Stadium Way and Legacy Hall is on the left and Cashell Fieldhouse/Pack Village will be to the right, across the parking lot from Legacy Hall and Lombardi Recreation Building.

From Interstate 80:
Exit at Virginia Street. Turn right (north) on Virginia Street. Drive approximately 1.0 mile and turn right on Fifteenth Street. Go left on Stadium Way and Legacy Hall is on the left and Cashell Fieldhouse/Pack Village will be to the right, across the parking lot from Legacy Hall and Lombardi Recreation Building.

Student-Athlete of the Week Athlete of the Week

Nov. 10-16

T Moe

Women's Basketball

Junior T Moe made history during Friday night's season-opening win over UC Santa Barbara by collecting the program's first triple-double. The 5-8 guard kicked off her season by posting 19 points and career-highs with 12 rebounds and 11 assists to capture the feat, the 10th to be done in the Mountain West. Moe made a strong push for her triple-double in the second half of action, tallying 13 of her 19 points in that half. Nine of her 11 assists were passes inside that led to Nevada's dominance in the paint where the Wolf Pack outscored the Gauchos by 24 points.

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