Gene Duke Court

Gene Duke Court, aka "The Dungeon", is home to the men's and women's basketball program. Dennis Conley Field is the home to the baseball program and named after longtime coach and NJCAA Hall of Fame member Dennis Conley. The OCC Softball Field is home to the softball program. 

Dennis Conley Field

OCC Softball Field

Britton's Bullpen

Baseball and softball have access to Britton's Bullpen, an all-turf hitting facility at the south end of town. There are five full-length cages that can be in use at once, or all the cages can be pulled back for defensive drill work. Britton's Bullpen is owned and operated by Phil Britton, who played for coach Conley in 2005-2006 and was an All-American catcher. He was drafted by the Atlanta Braves and spent six years in the minor leagues before opening up the Bullpen in his hometown.