Frenship ISD has maintained a forward-thinking philosophy for decades, continually preparing for the ongoing growth the Lubbock area has experienced. Frenship's educational and athletic facilities continue to reflect cost-effective functionality and multi-purpose capability. All Frenship Athletics facilities are available for use by the public as well as visiting teams in need of neutral site regular season and playoff locations. Facility rental requests can be made HERE
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Sitting on 50 acres to the east of Frenship High School, the Frenship Athletic Complex houses the majority of Frenship's varsity and junior varsity competition and practice spaces.
Frenship Field Houses
Adjacent to the south end of People's Bank Stadium, the Boys Sports Field House is a 77,000 sq/ft facility housing the majority of Boys Sports coaches and locker rooms including Frenship Football, Baseball, Soccer, Tennis, Track & Field, and Powerlifting. Frenship's Athletic Director and Athletic Training staff are also located in the field house which includes a large theater style film meeting room, a double-sized weight facility, and a 60,000 sq/ft indoor turf practice facility utilized by multiple sports.
The Girls Sports Field House is a 5,600 sq/ft facility added to the Frenship Athletic Complex in 2004. It sits between Peoples Bank Stadium and the Tiger Softball fields. It contains locker rooms and office space for Frenship Tiger Girls Soccer, Softball, and other Girls Sports.
Peoples Bank Stadium
Dominating the West Texas skyline is the 10,000 seat People's Bank Stadium. Built in 1993, the stadium is home to Frenship Tiger Football, Track & Field, and Cross Country and features generous home and visitor seating, field turf playing surface, as well as a three-story press box. Peoples Bank Stadium added elevator access to the press box in 2015 and also includes three concession and restroom facilities throughout the stadium.
The Don Black Track, resurfaced and dedicated in 2018, is also part of the stadium's competition surface. In addition to the People's Bank Stadium football surface, Frenship Tiger Football has access to two turf practice fields added in 2014 to the east of the Tiger Softball Field.
Tiger Baseball & Softball Fields
Built in 1996, Frenship Tiger Baseball competes on Tiger Field, the only lighted varsity baseball facility in District 2-6A. Seating 850, Tiger Field also boasts a natural playing surface, permanent dugouts, a concession stand, restrooms, and a 5,000 sq/ft indoor hitting facility provided by the Frenship Baseball Booster Club. A full-sized junior varsity field sits adjacent to Tiger Field's outfield.
Frenship Tiger Softball calls their own Tiger Field home as well. Similarly, they also have the benefit of a lighted natural playing surface, concession stand, restrooms, and an indoor hitting facility. A junior varsity field sits adjacent to the third base line.
Tiger Soccer Pitch
Frenship Tiger Boys and Girls Soccer call the Tiger Soccer Pitch home. Built in 2015, the field turf pitch was only the second FIFA Certified Pitch in Texas High School Soccer. The lighted stadium seats 500 and also offers a concession stand and restrooms.
Tiger Tennis Facility
The Frenship Tiger Tennis facility, located between the Ninth Grade Center and Peoples Bank Stadium parking, is an eight-court fenced paying surface with covered seating on the facility's centerline. As with other facilities in the Frenship Athletic Complex, the tennis facility is lighted to allow for evening and night play.
The Tiger Pit lies within Frenship High School's main building. Built in 1991, the Tiger Pit seats up to 2,000 in approximately 54,000 sq/ft with a hardwood floor of more than 9,500 sq/ft. The facility boasts public entrance vestibules with concession stands to the east and west and, as home to Frenship Volleyball, Girls Basketball, and Boys Basketball, has locker rooms, weight facilities, and training facilities to serve those teams. Additionally, the Tiger Pit features a second full sized practice gym with retractable seating as well as a third double-sized gym with a multi-purpose composite floor.
Frenship Tiger Golf utilizes a 2,500 sq/ft facility west of Frenship High School for team locker rooms and equipment storage. The facility is adjacent to the original location of the Frenship Tiger Baseball field.
Each of Frenship's three middle schools are outfitted with a football field, tennis courts, and accessible locker rooms and weight facilities. Additionally, all middle schools and the Ninth Grade Center are equipped with two competition sized gyms with retractable stands. The larger gym at the NGC serves as the home of Frenship Tiger Boys and Girls Wrestling.