With a north/south orientation, 12 state-of-the-art, well-lit tennis courts are arranged for tournament play with a large spectator area and ample parking. The complex includes a storage building and windscreens. It is well-suited for night play. This complex has hosted several tournaments including the MCC Conference Championships, NCCAA National Championships and ITA Regional Championships. Named after Jack G. Sutter, an Indiana Wesleyan University student-athlete Scholar of the Year and captain of the 1974 men’s tennis team, the complex was constructed in 2007.
Follow University Boulevard to the intersection of Wildcat Drive. Turn south. The complex is located at the end of Wildcat Drive. The complex entrance is located at the intersection of 45th Street and Wildcat Drive.
A large parking lot is provided directly south of the complex.