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Athletic Facilities

Below is a list of Princeton's expansive array of campus athletic facilities:

  • Jadwin Gymnasium provides 250,000 square feet of indoor space for intercollegiate basketball, track, fencing, squash, wrestling, and tennis, in addition to large practice areas for outdoor field sports. (Photo)
  • Dillon Gymnasium includes the Stephens Fitness Center, as well as space for basketball, dance, martial arts, swimming, squash, volleyball, and wrestling. (Photo)
  • DeNunzio Pool provides complete facilities for competitive swimming and diving. The Olympic-sized pool has one- and three-meter springboards and a 10-meter platform. (Photo)
  • Princeton Stadium, which is home to Tiger football, has a seating capacity of 27,800. Completed in 1998, the $45 million stadium replaced Palmer Stadium, which opened in 1914. (Photo)
  • Weaver Track and Field Stadium seats 2,500 and includes an eight-lane Olympic track. (Photo)
  • The Shea Rowing Center was recently expanded and is home to the crew program, which uses the University's Lake Carnegie for training and competition. (Photo)
  • Baker Rink, built in 1923, is a historic venue for ice hockey and skating. (Photo)
  • Class of 1952 Stadium is a lighted, artificial-surface facility that accommodates approximately 4,000 spectators. (Photo)
  • Outdoor athletic facilities include more than two dozen tennis courts, an 18-hole golf course, and more than 50 acres of fields for baseball, softball, soccer, lacrosse, and rugby, as well as many intramural sports.

(Adapted from the Undergraduate Admission Bulletin.)