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 August 2016, the court was resurfaced to reflect the Loggers' new athletics branding.