Sports/Recreation


TJC Tennis Center

Tyler Junior College’s tennis program has been very competitive in the higher education level. The national titles total over 25 for men’s and women’s college tennis. Most of these were earned in the since 1998.

The facility has eight college tennis courts meeting higher education standards. The positioning of the courts and clubhouse facility responded to the site constraints. The tennis courts are paired together and terraced. Two tennis courts are at the highest level. The next four tennis courts drop five feet in elevation. The last two tennis courts are ten feet below the highest courts.

The level changes provide interesting opportunities for tennis spectator viewing. The clubhouse is two levels. The lower level contains locker rooms and storage. The upper level has coaches offices, classroom/training room and an open veranda. The veranda has an elevated view of all the tennis courts.



ASES Student Center

After School Education and Safety program (ASES). This group comprises some of the largest service
providers in the area, but data limitations resulted in the exclusion of one key provider: the Sheriff’s
Activity League (SAL), which offers a primarily fitness‐focused after school programs for the East side of Redwood City, where many of the younger and typically underserved students are located


Brook Hill School Sport Venues

All eyes are on the 2014-2015 school year as The Brook Hill Guard moves into Conference AAAA, TAPPS 2nd largest division.  Brook Hill comes off another banner year, capturing State Championships in Girls Soccer and Boys Golf.  The Guard also had the AAA State Championship Womens Singles and Boys Double Championship in Tennis, along with the State Champion Shot Putter and 4 x 100 Relay Team in Track & Field.  Add a Final Four appearance by Boys Basketball, Boys Soccer, and a State Runner-up in Girls Golf and it adds up as to why a 2nd Place finish in the Henderson Cup (TAPPS overall trophy) came on the heals of winning the Cup in the 2013-2014 campaign.

 


Glass Recreation Center

The Glass Recreation Center opened to the citizens of Tyler in Spring 2001 and has proven to be one of the most popular recreation spots in town. The Center is a multi-use facility, with locker rooms and showers, a weight room, two multi-purpose rooms, arts and crafts room, kitchen facilities, basketball/volleyball courts in the gymnasium, walking/jogging track, computer lab and administrative offices. The multi-purpose rooms are available for rental for events such as seminars, weddings, reunions and business meetings. 


UT Tyler Baseball Field

The UT Tyler Ballpark is where you'll find the Mary and Bob Irwin Baseball Field and the UT Tyler Softball Field. Irwin Field supports a capacity of 1,000 to cheer on our frequent conference champion Patriots baseball team. The Patriots conference champion Patriots Softball team can be cheered on in the 500-seat capacity softball field. 
 


THE FIRST GESTURE OF AN ARCHITECT IS TO DRAW A PERIMETER; IN OTHER WORDS, TO SEPARATE THE MICROCLIMATE FROM THE MACRO SPACE OUTSIDE. THIS IN ITSELF IS A SACRED ACT. ARCHITECTURE IN ITSELF CONVEYS THIS IDEA OF LIMITING SPACE. IT’S A LIMIT BETWEEN THE FINITE AND THE INFINITE. FROM THIS POINT OF VIEW, ALL ARCHITECTURE IS SACRED.
— MARIO BOTTA