Taylor University's home court, Odle Arena, officially opened in 1975. The building is named for former Taylor coach Don Odle, who coached men's basketball at the school for 32 years. Odle also coached the football, golf, and baseball teams at various times throughout his career. In addition to the main arena floor, the facility houses the offices of the Taylor University Intercollegiate Athletic Department, the athletic training department, the department of Physical Education and Human Performance, and the Taylor fitness center. Locker rooms, racquetball courts, classrooms, a concession stand, and the Taylor Athletic Hall of Fame are also located in Odle Arena.
Prior to the construction of Odle, the Trojans played their home contests in Maytag Gym (now Rediger Chapel/Auditorium). During the summer of 1998, Odle Arena underwent a major renovation. The university replaced the old floor surface with a maple wood floor, which has significantly enhanced the arena's appearance.
In 2012 Odle Arena underwent a major face-lift when the university installed new seating, including chair-back seats in two sections behind the benches. The arena also saw the installation of a new heating and air conditioning system. Additional updates were made over the following years, with brand new lighting and new banners joining a video screen and a newly surfaced court being named Paul Patterson Court in the fall of 2016.
In the fall of 2004 the University opened the Kesler Student Activities Center, which is connected to the west side of Odle Arena. The Kesler Center provides a field house with one wooden and three synthetic courts for recreational, intramural, and intercollegiate activities. The new facility also has a six-lane indoor track, a new fitness center, and new locker room facilities.