Harper Davis Field, located on the north side of campus at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi, is the home of the Majors football and soccer teams. On October 23, 2004, the field, formerly known as Alumni Field, was named after Millsaps' all-time winningest football coach Harper Davis who compiled a 140-78-4 (.642 winning percentage) record from 1964-1988.
The Maurice H. Hall Activities Center, a gym and fitness center available for campus-wide use, was constructed in 2000. At 63,330 square feet, the building contains a fitness center with a basketball PAC interior court, a cardio theater and aerobics room, a full array of fitness and weight training equipment, and three racquetball/handball courts.
In addition to these features, the HAC also offers locker rooms, team rooms and rehab facilities for Millsaps athletes. The HAC is also the headquarters for Millsaps Athletics, housing office space for all athletics staff.
The Hangar Dome plays host to Millsaps Men's and Women's Basketball Team as well as the volleyball team in the winter. Opened in the 1950s, the gym holds close to 1,000 fans.
The Millsaps Softball Complex is located on the north side of campus at the bottom of the hill behind the baseball field. The facility was built and opened in 2000, the first year of the Millsaps Softball program. The field holds 200 fans and includes a batting training facility along the right field line.
Named after the great Jim Montogmery, Head Coach of the Majors in the 1970s, the Coach Montgomery Courts play host to the Millsaps Men's and Women's Tennis Team. With six courts total, the facility also includes a large deck facing Courts 1 and 2 and is also high enough to look over Courts 3 and 4 and Courts 5 and 6.
Twenty Field plays host to the Millsaps Majors baseball team, a team that has won nine conference championships and back on April 3, 2010 became the only program on campus to obtain the No. 1 ranking in the nation. The beautiful facility seats 500 fans, and includes a right field deck located just beyond the large right field fence.
The track and field complex on the campus of Millsaps College opened in January 2017. A six-lane, synthetic surface, 400-meter track is the center piece of the facility. The track, which is colored purple, also features an artificial surface infield area that is used for throws and jumps.
A. Boyd Campbell College Center
Gertrude C. Ford Academic Complex
Maurice H. Hall Activities Center
Area: 63,330 feet
The Millsaps Christian Center
Windgate Visual Arts Center
Area: 17,300 feet