The Kolf Sports Center is a 5,800 seat multi-purpose arena at the University of Wisconsin”“Oshkosh in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The sports center was named for Robert Kolf, who was the university's head track coach from 1931 to 1959.

Kolf Sports center was considered to be a state of the art facility when it was built in 1971. Kolf contains a one eighth of a mile all-weather indoor track on the second floor. The track hosted the 1994 and 1997 NCAA Division III Indoor National Championship meets.


Indoor track facility
The indoor track is the site of annual Oshkosh High School Invitational, which is attended by a large number of Wisconsin high school track teams.

Basketball court
The basketball court is the home of the University of Wisconsin”“Oshkosh Titans men's basketball team. It also is the home of the women's basketball team as well.

Other sports
The university also uses the facility for wrestling and gymnastics.

Physical education department
The university holds physical education classes at Kolf. The offices of the physical education department, the university's athletic director, athletic coaches, and the Military Science department are located at Kolf.

Kolf is used for commencement ceremonies for the university, as well as for Fox Valley Technical College.

Concert venue
Kolf has been used for concerts since the late 1980s. Artists such as The Cars, Goo Goo Dolls, Everclear, Jason Mraz, Michelle Branch, Bob Dylan, Lifehouse, Simple Plan, Sugar Ray and comedian Dave Chapelle have performed there.

Political Rallies
On February 15, 2008, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama made a campaign speech at Kolf.


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