Due to security restrictions in place, only vehicles with a Department of Defense sticker on them will be allowed to drive onto the grounds of the U.S. Naval Academy for ALL events.
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The all-weather MONDO track located northeast of Michelson Hall and Chauvenet Hall is the site of Navy's outdoor track and field meets.
Considered to be one of the premier facilities in the United States, it is named in honor of Vice Admiral Jonas H. Ingram, who commanded the U.S. South Atlantic Fleet during World War II. He was also the Naval Academy Director of Athletics from 1925-1930.
The track underwent a $1.7 million renovation in the fall of 2001, with new all-weather surfacing placed on the quarter-mile oval and jump areas.
The field area boasts six shot put circles, a discus-throwing circle and a javelin throwing area in the middle of the track. The field has four long/triple jump pits and a "D" zone that allows two high jump areas to be used concurrently.
The facility is also equipped with lights and Navy regularly holds 'twilight' meets at the facility. Additionally, the facility also features a Daktronics scoreboard, which displays current times and marks during meets.