Bill Hebrock Eagledome

The Bill Hebrock Eagledome, one half of Tallahassee Community College’s Lifetime Sports Complex, has been the home of TCC Basketball since athletics was revitalized in 1990.

The facility, officially rededicated as the Bill Hebrock Eagledome on November 4, 2011, honors the late Bill Hebrock, an avid supporter of athletics who served on the College's District Board of Trustees from 1999 until his death in January 2011. 

One of the finest facilities in the NJCAA, the Bill Hebrock Eagledome offers a great game day environment for players and fans alike and has provided the Eagles with a true home court advantage. 

The 812-seat facility boasts bleacher-style seating on the west side of the arena, perfect for students' enjoyment, and chairback seats on the east side, including a reserved section for the TCC Eagle Boosters.

The Bill Hebrock Eagledome received the following upgrades prior to the 2011-12 season: existing score tables were refurbished and a fifth section purchased; new goal padding was installed, emblazoned with the traditional interlocking "TCC;" a new supply of sidelines seats were purchased; and photos of former student-athletes were installed throughout the lobby, highlighting the College’s proud history in athletics.

The facility also includes spacious dressing rooms for the men's and women's basketball teams and is home to the athletic department's training room, weight room and coaches' offices.