After World War II, construction commenced on a new fieldhouse that would not only meet the college's needs but be a civic auditorium for the City of Tacoma as well. The new fieldhouse was opened as a memorial to the 138 men, alumni and other College of Puget Sound members who lost their lives in World War II.
In 1995 additions and improvements to the fieldhouse warranted a name change and the Memorial Fieldhouse - Pamplin Sports Center was born. It is a multi-use facility which houses basketball, volleyball, badminton, and pickle ball courts. The complex offers a fitness center which houses outstanding exercise equipment and space for the serious as well as recreational fitness enthusiast. A large Olympic weight room, Cybex Strength System, and a variety of aerobic exercise machines are available on the ground level. The upstairs has a large aerobic exercise and dance studio.
In fall of 2008, the interior of the gym was renovated to expose the original support beams and in the summer of 2009, the front entry way to the building was renovated.
Among the top home court advantages in the country, the Logger Volleyball and Basketball teams proudly make Memorial Fieldhouse their home during the fall and winter sports seasons.