Training Facilities

Drexel Armory: Team’s main indoor facility for fall and winter workouts. Contains three multi-purpose courts with a plexipave surface for fielding and a brand new batting cage for hitting.  Houses the team’s main locker room for meetings and also home to our two indoor mounds for bullpen sessions. The Drexel Armory was built in 1916 and housed the 103rd Engineer Regiment known as "The Dandy First."  

  Buckley Field: Team’s main outdoor facility for spring practices. It is a full synthetic grass surface that is approximately 85 yards by 45 yards and is always lit for our off-hour workouts. Used mostly for infield and outfield workouts.

Daskalakis Athletic Center: The state-of-the-art facility that covers 18,000 sq. ft. and cost $41 million is home to the team’s gym and weight lifting workouts. Contains an indoor track, two workout rooms, and 3 floors of cardio/weight lifting. 

Vidas Athletic Complex: Located at the intersection of 43rd and Powelton Streets this facility is used primarily for the team’s on-field batting practice and outfield workouts.

Fields

Ramp Playground Field: The Dragons' new home field for the 2014 season is finally located in Philadelphia. Ramp Playground Field is fully artificial with lighting, located in Northeast Philly. Drexel is hosting 5-6 home games at Ramp this upcoming season, including their games against Syracuse and Rutgers. The field was completed in 2012, and is also home to Father Judge High School's baseball team.Drexel is also playing home games at Villanova Ballpark, Germantown Academy, and Springside Chestnut Hill Academy.

Villanova Ballpark at Plymouth Meeting: The stadium that opened in 2003, home to the Villanova Wildcats, is also used by our team. Located in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, the field is all natural grass and hosts approximately 1,000 fans.