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Athletic Facilities (Summer 2017)

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Navy is dedicated to providing its student-athletes top-notch game day and practice atmospheres in every sport. Navy annually ranks among the league leaders in attendance in nearly every sport, and has hosted numerous Patriot League and NCAA Championship events over the last several years. Recently, many of the facilities have undergone extensive renovations, showing Navy's commitment, dedication and passion to providing the very best for its athletes.

Navy has played host to the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Quarterfinals five times in the last 11 years and will make it six times in 12 years this spring, the NCAA Women's Lacrosse Final Four, the season-opening Veterans Classic for men's basketball featuring some of the top teams in the country including Final Four participants Michigan State and North Carolina, the College Squash Association Individual Championship, the CWPA Eastern Water Polo Championship, the EIWA Wrestling Championship, the NCAA Zone Diving Championship, the ECAC Swimming Championship, the Women's Intercollegiate Sailing National Championship, the ECAC and the USAG Collegiate Gymnastics Championship and is the yearly home of the Military Bowl Presented by Northrop Grumman. This year, the Naval Academy will be hosting an NHL hockey game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium between the Washington Capitals and the Toronto Maple Leafs.

In addition, Navy has also played host to Patriot League championships in the following sports: women's basketball, men's soccer, women's soccer, baseball, men's and women's tennis, men's and women's indoor and outdoor track and field, men's and women's lacrosse, men's and women's cross country, men's and women's golf and men's and women's swimming and diving.

Navy's facilities have also undergone major renovations and construction improvements, from the building of the $52 million Wesley A. Brown Field House to a $58 million overhaul of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium that gives the Midshipmen a dominant home-field football presence and made the facility the finest in college lacrosse.

Other major facility improvements include the building of the $18.5 million Brigade Sports Complex, the $18 million Hubbard Hall Rowing facility renovation, a $10 million renovation to the Lejeune Hall pool that included new tile throughout both the 50 meter pool and dive well, a replacement of the dive towers and the addition of video boards, a $5 million renovation of Rip Miller Field (removed crown, installed vertical drainage, replaced bleacher and press box), the $1.8 million Willis Bilderback-Dinty Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame, a $6 million renovation that is underway at the Naval Academy Golf Course a $1.5 million renovation of the Halsey Field House squash facility and Dyer Tennis Center, the $4 million Prusmack Rugby complex and a $5.1 million renovation and expansion of the Halsey Fieldhouse multipurpose basketball facility giving both teams new locker rooms, player lounges with adjacent film rooms, expanded athletic training room with dedicated hydrotherapy room and new coaches' locker rooms.

Other facility improvements have included the Ricketts Hall training room expansion, a new video board at Alumni Hall, a new press box at the Glenn Warner Soccer facility, new hammer throw venues for track & field, installation of FieldTurf in Halsey Fieldhouse, new wrestling locker rooms as well as major renovations to the Terwilliger Brothers Field at Max Bishop Stadium where the Mids play baseball, and at Macdonough Hall for water polo.


  • Home of Navy men's and women's basketball, and secondary home to Navy volleyball and wrestling.
  • Constructed at a cost of $30 million and dedicated October 1991.
  • Playing court at Alumni Hall dedicated to Dave Smalley, who was associated with the Academy as a player, coach, professor and administrator for more than 50 years.
  • Facility features two exterior, landscaped memorial plazas donated by the classes of 1942, ā€˜58 and ā€˜59.
  • Prior to the 2014-15 season, a new Daktronics center-hung video board was added. The board shows live video, vivid graphics, animations, statistics and instant replay on an eight feet by eight feet screen.
  • Located on the Academy grounds.


  • Home of Navy rifle.
  • Features 32 total points - 16 dedicated to each smallbore and air rifle.
  • Megalink electronic targets throughout were installed in 2008.
  • Bancroft Hall is centrally located on the Academy grounds.
  • Home of Navy squash.
  • Halsey Field House features six international courts, as does Bancroft Hall, giving Navy a 12-court squash complex.
  • Halsey Field House is located just inside Gate 1 of the Naval Academy, and Bancroft Hall is centrally located on the Academy grounds.


  • One of two outdoor tennis complexes used by Navy tennis.
  • Part of the $18.5 million Thornton D. and Elizabeth S. Hooper Brigade Sports Complex.
  • Features six outdoor courts.


  • Home of Navy men's and women's soccer.
  • Dedicated on Nov. 9, 2001.
  • The $4.5 million, 16,300-square foot facility houses coaches offices, locker rooms, medical training room, laundry and equipment rooms.
  • Features a 120-by-75 yard bermuda grass playing surface and seats 2,500 fans.
  • Within the facility is the Anders Hall of Honor, which includes 13 trophy cases that depict Navy's storied soccer history.
  • The facility features a 30-foot long press box atop the bleachers. The press box can accommodate up to 12 game operations employees, media members and television, radio and live internet streaming announcers.
  • Located on the Academy grounds.


  • Home of Navy rowing.
  • Originally constructed in 1930.
  • An $18 million renovation was completed in 2011 which included a state-of-the-art tank facility that accommodates 16-20 oarsmen.
  • New expanded floating docks enable the launching of up to eight boats at a time.
  • Located on Dorsey Creek just inside Gate 8 on the Academy grounds.


  • Home of Navy outdoor track & field.
  • Features an all-weather eight-lane MONDO track, a Daktronics scoreboard, and lights for evening competition.
  • Field area boasts six shot put circles, a discus-throwing circle and a javelin area in the middle of the track, four triple/long jump pits, and a ā€œDā€ zone that permits two high jump areas to be used concurrently.
  • Located on the Academy grounds.


  • Home of Navy swimming & diving and water polo.
  • Originally opened in 1982 at a cost of $13.5 million.
  • A $1 million renovation in 2009 featured a new diving tower.
  • A nearly-$11 million renovation project in 2012 included new tile in the pool and on the deck, a new scoreboard, and new starting blocks.
  • The aquatic facility seats 1,000 spectators.
  • Lejeune Hall is also home to the Navy wrestling practice room.
  • Located just inside Gate 1 on the Academy grounds.


  • Home of Navy gymnastics.
  • Three-year, $8.5 million renovation resulted in one the premier gymnastics facilities in the country.
  • Located on the Academy grounds.


  • Home of Navy football, men's and women's lacrosse, and sprint football.
  • Originally constructed for the 1959 season at a cost of $3 million, the stadium underwent a $56 million renovation beginning in 2002.
  • Since 2002, the stadium has added two video scoreboards, chair back seating, additional concession stands, end zone seating, and luxury suites in the south end zone and on the east sidelines.
  • Recent renovations include the addition of four luxury boxes and a television booth on the upper level of the east side stands in 2010, a new monoblade monofilament turf system installed in 2011, high-definition video boards, enclosed recruiting reception areas in the south end zone and a renovated locker room facility in 2013, and new club seating was added on the east side of the stadium for the 2015 season.
  • Seats 34,000 fans.
  • Located in central Annapolis off Rowe Blvd.


  • Home of Navy sailing.
  • Houses administrative and coaching offices, team and locker rooms, and equipment repair and storage facilities.
  • Adjacent to the Crown Center is Santee Basin, the mooring for the Academy's 250-plus sail training fleet.
  • The center is also home to the Intercollegiate Yacht Racing Association Hall of Fame.
  • Located on the Academy grounds adjacent to Wesley A. Brown Field House.


  • Home of Navy baseball.
  • Renovated prior to the 2007 season with chair-back seating for 1,500 spectators, a FieldTurf playing surface, brick archways surround the stadium, and an enclosed batting facility down left field line.
  • Stadium facility features press box, coaches office, locker room, and equipment room including on-site laundry facilities.
  • With funds acquired from program alumni, 2017 saw new dugouts installed at the stadium. The size of the dugouts increased in width, depth and height, as well as saw railings added along the top step.
  • Updated the playing surface with professionally-installed dirt sliding pits around first, second and third base as part of hosting the 2017 Naval Academy Baseball Classic, an MLB exhibition between the Washington Nationals and Boston Red Sox. The Nationals organization also brought the pitchers mound and bullpen mounds up to major league specifications.
  • Located just outside Gate 8 of the Naval Academy.


  • Indoor home of Navy tennis, featuring six courts.
  • Part of the $18.5 million Thornton D. and Elizabeth S. Hooper Brigade Sports Complex.
  • Located across the Severn River from the Academy and adjacent to the Naval Academy Golf Club.


  • Home of Navy golf and cross country.
  • 18-hole private course operated by the Naval Academy Golf Association.
  • 6,611-yard par 71 course.
  • Located across the Severn River from the Naval Academy grounds.


  • One of two outdoor tennis complexes used by Navy tennis.
  • Features the Dyer Tennis Clubhouse, dedicated in November 2000. The clubhouse features coaches offices, locker rooms, a lounge and a viewing deck overlooking the courts.
  • Consists of six courts adjacent to Dahlgren Hall.
  • Six additional outdoor courts are located next to 8th Wing of Bancroft Hall.
  • Located on the Academy grounds.


  • Home of Navy indoor track & field, volleyball and wrestling.
  • Features a MONDO track surface with hydraulically controlled banked curves.
  • Also features a 76,000-square-foot retractable Magic Carpet Astroturf system,giving the Navy outdoor teams an indoor practice facility on inclement days.
  • The 140,000-square-foot facility includes weight training and sports medicine facilities, eight locker rooms, and equipment storage facilities.
  • Seating for over 750 spectators during volleyball matches and wrestling duals.
  • Located along the Severn River on the Academy grounds.

Field House
Alumni Hall
Tennis Center
Squash Court
Tennis Court
Sailing Center
Ingram Field
Glenn Warner
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