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Wessman Arena

Campus Recreation

University of Wisconsin-Superior

1810 Catlin Avenue
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880

ph. 715-395-4610

fax. 715-395-4625

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Campus Recreation

Wessman Arena

Wessman Arena Schedule

Siinto S. Wessman Arena provides high-quality educational, athletic and recreational opportunities for University of Wisconsin-Superior students, and strives to maximize opportunities for the broader community in a fiscally responsible manner.

Wessman Arena 
2701 Catlin Avenue, Superior, WI  54880 - 715-394-8361
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Wessman Arena is also the home of the UW-Superior men's and women's hockey teams. It is also the long-standing home of the Superior High School hockey teams.  Another long-time tenant is the Superior Figure Skating Club. The Campus Recreation Department at UW-Superior offers intramural hockey and broomball during the course of the ice season.

Other Wessman Arena events include:

  • Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts
  • Car sales/ Food Shows
  • Flea markets
  • Commencement exercises
  • Wedding receptions
  • Concerts
  • Business meetings
  • Reunions
  • Jaycees Brewfest

To inquire about the use of the facility, please contact Wessman Arena at  (715)-394-8361.

Yellowjacket Hockey

Wessman Arena is the home of the UW-Superior men's and women's hockey teams, each a powerhouse at the Division III level.  Please visit the UW-Superior Athletics website to find more information about YellowJacket Athletics. For ticket information contact the UW-Superior Athletic Office at (715) 395-4693. 

Spartan Hockey

Wessman Arena is also the long-standing home of the Superior High School boy's hockey team.  A program rich in tradition, SHS has produced many players that have competed at the NCAA Division I and Division III levels as well as at the various levels of minor pro hockey.

Superior Figure Skating Club

Another long-time tenant of Wessman Arena is the Superior Figure Skating Club.  Affiliated with the United States Figure Skating Association, the SFSC currently serves skaters who range in age from six to adult who participate in both competitive and recreational skating.  The club provides trained coaches who instruct group and private lessons. 

Public Skating

During the winter months, public skating is offered at various times throughout the weekday and weekends for the campus community and general public. Admission is $3. Children who are 3 and under are free, as are UW-Superior students, who present a valid campus ID. Season skating passes are available. 

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