All Blinn College athletic events are $5 for adults and $3 for children through high school. Students with a Blinn College ID and children under three years old get free admission.
To reserve Blinn College facilities for your event, contact Debbie Watson at 979-830-4170 or email@example.com.
The Buccaneers play their home games at Brenham ISD’s Cub Stadium, located at 1600 East Tom Green Street. Seating capacity is 6,300. The main pressbox on the home (West) side is air conditioned. Visitors park on the South end of the stadium.
The field is an AstroTurf playing surface, new in 2010. The excellent drainage provides a great surface in all weather conditions.
Another feature is a 25 x 14 foot Daktronics scoreboard also installed in 2010.
Volleyball - Men's Basketball - Women's Basketball
The 36,000 square-foot Kruse Center on the Blinn-Brenham Campus provides a facility the entire community can enjoy. Featuring an event arena, cardio room, men's and women's locker rooms, an indoor track, meeting and multi-purpose rooms, and a self-serve vending MicroMarket, the Kruse Center serves as the home to the Buccaneers men's basketball, women's basketball and volleyball teams, along with Blinn recreational sports.
The Kruse Center provides students and the community a high-quality space for general fitness, weightlifting, dance and yoga, kinesiology classes, and meetings. The arena is also used for high school playoff games and hosts camps during the summer months.
The Kruse Center was designed with the support of a generous gift from siblings Mildred Kruse Bridges, Evelyn Ann Kruse, Ed. Kruse and his wife Evelyn, and Howard Kruse and his wife Verlin in memory of their parents, E.F. and Bertha Kruse.
Men's Soccer - Women's Soccer
The Buccaneers play their home games at Rankin Field at Hohlt Park, located at 2425 North Park Street. The lighted facility features a Bermuda grass playing surface and seats up to 400 spectators in the bleachers on the north side of the field.
Covered dugouts for home and visiting teams are located on the north and south sides of the field, and the facility features a press box and the Blinn Field House. Parking is located to the east of the field.
Hohlt Park features 85 acres of land used for various sports and events and also is the home of Blinn College softball.
Leroy Dreyer Field, built in 1988, is one of the finest baseball facilities in the state and among the top junior college complexes in the nation.
Besides being home to the Bucs, it has also been the site of the Texas-New Mexico Junior College Coaches Association all-star games, the Texas-New Mexico Junior College state baseball tournament, the Region 14 tournament and numerous Texas high school playoff games.
The dimensions of the natural turf field are: 325 foul lines, 355 power alleys and 375 straightaway center. Athletic field expert Floyd Perry rated the playing surface, in the summer of 2000, among the top 1 percent in all of college baseball.
The covered grandstand features seating for 665, a concession stand, rest rooms and air conditioned press box. The facility also houses home team training and locker rooms and coaches offices.
The field is named for the former Buc coach who retired in 1986 after 28 years at the helm. He compiled a 653-249 record and had five national tournament appearances. In 1991 he was inducted into the National Junior College Athletic Association Baseball Hall of Fame. In 1994, Dreyer retired as Blinn’s athletic director after holding the post for 35 years. His uniform number, 34, has been retired.
The Buccaneers began play on their softball field in 2001. The new facility, located at Hohlt Park on the north side of the city, features a lighted field with a top quality playing surface, an all-weather tarp, covered seating and a club house.
Doyle Coatney Center
The Doyle Coatney Center opened in April 2017, providing indoor practice space for the Buccaneer baseball and softball teams. It is one of the premier baseball/softball facilities in the State of Texas, providing numerous batting cages, an infield practice area, and space for our pitchers to hone their skills. It also houses a weight room and classroom. The facility was made possible by a generous gift from Doyle Coatney, a former member of Blinn's football, basketball, baseball and track teams.
Blinn has a top-quality weight room that opened in 1992. The modern 4,000-square-foot, air conditioned weight room, has more than 12,500 pounds of free weight available to all Blinn athletic teams for their weight training programs. The facility is also used for kinesiology classes and is made available to all Blinn students and employees.
Blinn College offers students a variety of convenient options at its Dining Hall located in the Brenham Campus Student Center.
The Dining Hall has a full salad bar, baked potato bar, sandwich bar, two choices of entrees, vegetables, and a wide variety of desserts and drinks. Served buffet style, students can choose their own selections and quantities. The Dining Hall serves breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Friday when school is in session. Weekend meals will be served from noon to 6:00 p.m.
Blinn renovated the Dining Hall in 2018, adding 123 additional seats, additional serving stations, and upgraded kitchen equipment. As a result of the renovation, Blinn can offer a wider variety of food options for students!
The college In addition, the director of food services works hard to maintain a training table atmosphere and provide pre-game meals for all athletic teams.