RSU, RCB Bank Enter into Naming Rights Agreement for Athletic Complex

Aerial view of the RCB Bank Sports Complex, featuring the RSU softball and baseball fields.

Aerial view of the RCB Bank Sports Complex, featuring the RSU softball and baseball fields.

Rogers State University and RCB Bank today have reached an agreement on a five-year, exclusive naming rights partnership that brands the school’s softball and baseball facilities as RCB Bank Sports Complex.

This announcement further solidifies the long-standing partnership between RSU and RCB Bank.

“Rogers State University and its athletics programs are important components in the high quality of life enjoyed by residents of Claremore and the surrounding region,” said Roger Mosier, chief executive officer and president of RCB Bank. “As more people come to this area both to visit and to live, showcasing the RCB Bank brand through this partnership is an important part of our growth strategy.”

The naming rights agreement is the first for an RSU athletic venue.

“We are thrilled with the commitment made by RCB Bank to strengthen their relationship with our students, alumni and fans,” said RSU Interim President Dr. Mark Rasor. “This partnership sends a strong message about the bright future of Rogers State University.”

Previously known as the Diamond Sports Complex, RCB Bank Sports Complex is undergoing improvements that will position the softball and baseball fields as some of the best in NCAA Division II.

An artificial playing surface is being installed on the softball field and the baseball field will see the infield and foul areas converted to artificial turf. An indoor practice facility for several RSU teams is also in the planning stages.

Both teams have enjoyed success in recent years with the Hillcats softball team winning the Division II National Championship in 2022.

In addition to serving as the home of RSU’s softball and baseball programs, RCB Bank Sports Complex is regularly used by area high schools for tournaments and festivals.

RCB Bank Sports Complex seats 1,200 fans for baseball and 800 for softball. The centerpiece of the facility is a 7,790 square-foot, two-story building positioned between the playing fields that includes concession areas, separate press boxes for baseball and softball, coaches’ offices, and a donor suite with indoor and outdoor seating.

RCB Bank is a hometown community bank, founded in Claremore in 1936. Today, RCB Bank is the  7th largest Oklahoma based bank with more than 60 locations in 35 communities across Oklahoma and Kansas. RCB Bank is an FDIC insured institution and an Equal Housing Lender (NMLS 798151).