Hearnes Center - Wrestling

Located on the fourth floor of the Hearnes Center, the original wrestling facility was first used in 1972 by then-Head Coach Hap Whitney and his Tiger squad. With one-and-a-half circles, the facility held one of the largest mat areas in the nation. Three coaches and 32 years later, the Missouri wrestling team moved into its current home, a state-of-the-art facility, also located in the fourth floor of Hearnes. Opened in the Fall of 2004, the 6500 square foot converted basketball practice gymnasium houses three full-size competition circles (60x104 feet of mat area), 46 stadium seats and a cardiovascular workout area. Current Wrestling Head Coach Brian Smith and his team are once again at home in the largest facility in the nation. Missouri's old wrestling room is now a wrestling-only weight room, combined with a lounge, three coaches' offices and a video room


In 2011 the Tigers added a 3500 square foot Missouri Olympic Training Center which gives the Tigers a workout area unlike any other in the country.