Given by Lee R. Anderson, Class of 1961 and Penny Anderson, the Anderson Rugby Complex broke ground in the fall of 2005 and the $8.35 million project was completed in May of 2007. The Anderson Rugby Complex is positioned alongside the Hudson River, just north of West Point’s Shea Stadium. The facility boasts a state of the art all-weather practice pitch alongside the main natural turf competition field, which are floodlit, in addition to the center. The first floor of the two-story, 13,650 square foot center includes four team locker rooms, a locker room for referees, home and visitor showers, a commercial-quality laundry room, restrooms and a training room. The second floor features a weight-training room, multi-purpose team room, coaches’ offices, restrooms and a 1,800 square foot observation balcony that overlooks the pitch. Below the balcony is an external permanent 550 seat structure. Portable stands can also be brought in to surround Warrior Field, which features two electronic rugby-specific scoreboards.