Located to your right just as you enter the athletics building, The Lair is host to a variety of events on campus including physical education classes, athletic games, camps and commencement.
You will also notice our student-athletes of the year hanging on the wall just outside The Lair. Each year, three student-athletes are chosen for their work on the field, the classroom and the community.
If you head down the hallway as you enter the building, you will find the newest facility in the athletics building. The Women’s Strength and Conditioning Facility houses a combination of strength and conditioning equipment including four Sorinex racks. Built for Lausanne and emblazoned with the school's logos and colors, the new equipment is an upgrade for our Lady Lynx, who were previously having to share space with the male athletes.
Sorinex is the most sought-after strength brand for professional teams, colleges, high schools and military bases and is known as an innovator of strength equipment.
The addition of the new facility also comes with the addition of a new women's strength and conditioning coach. Heather Nichols has been training athletes for 24 years and is certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
Speaking of weight rooms, a walk down the stairs will get you to our spacious weight facilities.
Just as the Lausanne student-athlete is given all the tools to train their minds for the next level, they are also given facilities to get their bodies ready for competition.
Combining state-of-the-art equipment with trainers that work with our athletes both on and off the field with training and nutrition programs, our Lynx athletes are given all the tools to make sure they are ready to excel on the field and court just as they do in the classroom.
Heading out the doors of the athletic building will put you near our outdoor facility and field.
Home to Lausanne soccer, lacrosse, track and football, our artificial turf field provides our student-athletes a safe playing environment no matter the sport.
The field is also used for our physical education classes.
A walk across the field brings you to our tennis courts. Lausanne has six tennis courts on our campus.
The courts are used across divisions for both lessons and match play and lessons for Lausanne community members.
The courts are also home to the Lausanne Lynx tennis team, who advanced to state last season.
The National High School Baseball Coaches Association named Gagliano Field, Lausanne's baseball park, Regional Field Of The Year. With that award, it is now in the running for the National title.
Gagliano Field was built in 1967 as a co-op between the City of Memphis and American Legion Baseball. It is named after the legendary coach, Tony Gagliano. Tony coached the Bill Speros team, which consisted of some of the most talented high school players in the Memphis area, of which more than two dozen went on to play at the professional level.
Today, Gagliano field is run and operated by Lausanne Collegiate School. Gagliano is currently the host field for the FCA Tournament, The Hagan Tournament, City Schools Regional Play, Middle School Coaches League, High School Fall League and is also host to 20 to 25 travel ball tournaments. Additionally, it is home to Lausanne Collegiate School's JV and Varsity teams.