In November of 2002 the Gonzaga University baseball program began use of a new indoor baseball practice facility - The Warehouse. The facility contains a weight room, exercise area, three state-of-the-art pitching machines, four regulation hitting cages, and two full length pitching lanes. The batting cages can also be moved back to allow infielders to take ground balls on the artificial surface. Since the opening of the Baseball Warehouse, Gonzaga has achieved early-season success against high profile programs across the country, including victories over Oklahoma, Arizona State, San Diego and the two-time National Champion Oregon State Beavers. The use of the facility also propelled Gonzaga into the national rankings in 2006 and the program's second appearance in the West Coast Conference Championship series in 2007.