Hellmuth-Gibson Field debuted in 2007 and features a synthetic turf field, allowing the lacrosse team to play and practice in inclement weather. The field was constructed thanks to the generous donations of alumni, parents and friends of the Hampden-Sydney College lacrosse program. Hellmuth-Gibson Field lies directly between Rostan Field and the football practice fields.
The Tiger lacrosse team splits their home games between Everett Stadium and Hellmuth-Gibson Field, allowing the team flexibility and versatility in their home environments. The soccer team also uses the field for all its home games during inclement weather.
In 2013, lights were added to the field, allowing the soccer and lacrosse team to practice at night and play night games on the turf. Additionally, one set of the lights shines on the football practice fields, enabling football to practice for longer periods late in the season.