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#1 Best Athletic Facilities


Army West Point is home to breathtaking facilities, nestled alongside the picturesque Hudson River. From historic Michie Stadium to the West Point Golf Course, the facilities at Army West Point are steeped in rich tradition, but also possess unmatched state-of-the-art qualities.
  • Johnson StadiumWhile the origin of baseball has been disputed, Doubleday, nonetheless, is still given credit and the baseball field at the U.S. Military Academy was dedicated in his honor in May 1939, the centennial year of baseball. Long recognized as one of the finest baseball facilities on the East Coast, Doubleday Field enters its second century of existence in grand style. “The Home of Army West Point Baseball” since games were first contested on its present site in 1909, Doubleday Field underwent a major renovation in 1996. Work was completed six years ago, with the new Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field formally dedicated at ceremonies on Sept. 13, 1996. Highlights of the renovation project included the construction of full locker rooms for both home and visiting teams, fully equipped training rooms, clubhouse facilities, and the addition of 880 fixed chair-back seats. Great pains were taken in its design to draw an appropriate parallel between the new facility and the historic significance of its physical location on campus. Formal granite facing emulating many of USMA’s older academic buildings was tastefully incorporated to address those means. Internally, spacious locker room and clubhouse facilities provide coaching staff and team members with a sparkling new home. Landscaping and sitework around the facility were intentionally subdued with the historic parade ground known as “The Plain” remaining dominant. In order to ensure that, overall height of the structure was minimized. While the renovated version of Doubleday Field provides a facility worthy of the Army program’s rich heritage, it also remains a structure conscious of its import relative to the overall mission of the U.S. Military Academy.Johnson Stadium
  • West Point Golf CourseDesigned by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones, the West Point Golf Course opened in 1946 and continues to play to rave reviews. A four-time host of the Patriot League Championships, the West Point Golf Course features a large clubhouse, top-of-the-line pro shop, small restaurant and plenty of dining space for post-tournament awards. In addition to the challenging course and spacious clubhouse, the Army golf team also benefits from the D’Prsa Short Game Area. Donated in 2000 in memory of Major Gen. Charles S. D’Orsa, a 1932 West Point graduate, the short game area is used exclusively by the Army West Point Golf Team and provides a training ground for chipping, putting, rough and sand work.johnson stadium
  • Tate Ice RinkLocated next to picturesque Michie Stadium, the Holleder Center is home to West Point’s Tate Rink and Army West Point’s hockey team. Tate Rink (capacity – 2,648) continues to attract fans in record numbers while providing the Black Knights with a comfortable home-ice advantage. Since their debut in Tate Rink, a 5-0 win over Ryerson on Oct. 25, 1985, Army has enjoyed much success. The Black Knights have carved out a home record of .500 or better 15 times since the 1985-86 inaugural season and boast of an overall winning percentage of better than .600 in front of the hometown faithful. Tate Ice Rink
  • Kimsey CenterNestled among several of the U.S. Military Academy’s showcase athletic facilities, sparkling Kimsey Athletic Center serves as the home to Army’s storied football program. The massive 120,000-square-foot, four-story facility houses Army’s state-of-art strength development and athletic training centers, spacious locker rooms, coaches’ offices, meeting rooms, equipment room, media room and multi-purpose rooms, among others. Kimsey Athletic Center also serves as the home to the Blaik Gallery and Kenna Hall of Army Sports, a thorough depiction of West Point’s rich athletics heritage.Kimsey Athletic Center
  • Clinton FieldClinton Field at West Point is named after Revolutionary War hero Gen. James Clinton. As one of New York’s most distinguished military leaders during the colonies’ fight for independence, Clinton commanded troops throughout the Hudson River Valley, including stops at Fort Clinton, Fort Montgomery and West Point. With 10 light stacks and six seating bleachers, Clinton Field is one of the top soccer facilities in the Patriot League and a favorite venue for visiting teams. Clinton Field has also been host to five Patriot League Tournaments, twice with the men and four times with the women. Additionally, both the men’s and women’s soccer squads host early-season tournaments on a regular basis, which attracts some of the top teams in the Northeast and from around the country.Clinton Field
  • Michie StadiumMichie Stadium, splendid in its scenic beauty and long recognized as one of the most popular stadiums in the nation, will celebrate its 92nd season as the home of Army football during the 2015 campaign. Over the years, the venerable stadium has received its share of plaudits as one of the most desired locations in which to watch a college football game. Recently, noted football analyst Mel Kiper Jr. of hailed the Academy’s game day atmosphere as among the most inspirational in the country. In addition, renowned sports periodicals Sports Illustrated and The Sporting News have heaped lofty praise upon the historic arena by listing it among their top all-time venues. Michie Stadium is also home to the Army West Point men’s and women’s lacrosse programs. Michie Stadium
  • Gross ComplexOne of the jewels of Army’s “Margin of Excellence” athletic facilities enhancement project, the state-of-the-art Gross Center was officially opened Feb. 14, 2002, prior to a triangular gymnastics meet with Air Force and James Madison. In addition to serving as the permanent home of Army’s nationally ranked men’s gymnastics team, the Gross Center directly benefits both the men’s and women’s basketball teams, giving them a top-notch practice facility that compliments the Holleder Center.Gross Complex
  • Anderson Rugby ComplexGiven by Lee and Penny Anderson, the Anderson Rugby Complex broke ground in the fall of 2005 and the $8.35 million project was completed in May of 2007. The Complex is postitioned alongside the Hudson River, just north of Shea Stadium. The facility boasts a state of the art all-weather practice pitch alongside the main natural turf competition field, which are floodlit, in addition to the center. The first floor of the two-story, 13,650 square foot center includes four team locker rooms, a commercial-quality laundry room and a training room. The second floor features a weight-training room, multi-purpose team room, coaches’ offices and a 1,800 square foot observation balcony that overlooks the pitch. Below the balcony is an external permanent 550 seat structure. Portable stands can also be brought in to surround Warrior Field, which features two electronic rugby-specific scoreboards. Anderson Rugby Complex
  • Lichtenberg Tennis CenterIt is hard to imagine the construction of a building having any more impact on a sports program than the sparkling new Lichtenberg Tennis Center has had on the Army West Point tennis teams. The seven-court arena, which was completed in time for Army’s 1999 winter/spring season, features a sophisticated synthetic indoor hardcourt surface, state-of-the-art lighting, locker facilities, coaches’ offices and meeting rooms, and an elevated spectator area that gives Army tennis fans a birds-eye view of all seven courts. Through the generosity of Herb (USMA ’55) and Alan (USMA ’51) Lichtenberg and the Class of 1955, Army’s men’s and women’s tennis teams now call home one of the finest indoor tennis facilities in the nation. Lichtenberg Tennis Center
  • Arvin GymnasiumThanks to the generosity of supportive graduates, the Army wrestling team boasts among the nation’s finest facilities. The Gerald Lodge Wrestling Room, located on the second floor of Arvin Gymnasium, is the training home of the Black Knights. The massive workout space was redesigned three years ago and features four mats for drills and instruction with an additional two mats in a connecting room with additional renovations made during the 2014 summer. Arvin Gymnasium, which re-opened at the start of the 2006-07 academic year, is a 495,100-square foot building that includes eight large basketball courts, a state of the art rock climbing wall, racquetball courts, boxing rooms, two expansive weight rooms, a massive cardio/fitness area, indoor track, three swimming pools, athletic training facilities and a juice bar.Arvin Gymnasium
  • Crandall PoolArmy West Point’s Crandall Pool is considered one of the top venues on the East Coast. Since its completion in 1970, the pool has been the site of state, regional, and national events, most notably the 1972 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships and the 1971 National AAU Indoor Diving Championships. The 1972 Men’s and 1976 Women’s Olympic teams selected West Point as the official training site before departing for Munich and Montreal, respectively. The Black Knights have served as host for both the Eastern Seaboard Swimming and Diving Championships and the Patriot League Championships on a rotating basis. Most recently, the 2000 Patriot League Championships and the 2001 EISL Championships were held at West Point. Crandall Pool was named in memory of Robert W. Crandall, USMA ’39, the captain of the 1938-39 Army swimming team who was killed in battle in Italy in World War II. Suitable for long- and short-course training, the pool is a six-lane, 50-meter course which can be divided by a submergible bulkhead into an eight-lane, 25-yard competition pool and a six-lane practice pool. The overall depth is not less than eight-feet, making for a very fast pool. The facility has a seating capacity of 1,210 and has an excellent view of the finish and scoreboard. There is also a fully electronic timing and judging system.Arvin Gymnasium
  • Malek Tennis CenterIn the spring of 2002, the Black Knights welcomed their latest addition, the Malek Tennis Center, Army West Point’s outdoor facility. Featuring enhancements to the former Clinton Courts, the Malek Tennis Center enhanced Army’s reputation for having some of the best tennis facilities in the East. Among the amenities at Malek are a spectator seating area and a pedestrian plaza adjoining the tennis and baseball stadiums. Malek was completely torn apart and resurfaced during the summer of 2011. The nine courts, which are named after the project’s lead donor, Frederick V. Malek (USMA ’59), are located directly parallel to Clinton Field and adjacent to Doubleday Field.Malek Tennis Center
  • Tronsrue Marksmanship CenterTronsrue Marksmanship Center was completed in January 2000 after the range underwent major reconstruction after a portion of the facility was destroyed by fire in 1996. The indoor marksmanship center, located next to Gillis Field House along the banks of the Hudson River, is equipped with three ranges to include housing the club pistol team. The rifle range has 20 firing points, six more than the former range, with distances of 10 meters for air rifle and 50 feet for smallbore. The air rifle range, used exclusively for air gun training and competition, also has 20 firing points and is shared by both the rifle and pistol teams.Tronsrue Marksmanship Center
  • Softball ComplexArmy West Point’s season as a varsity sport coincided with its move into the Army Softball Complex, located at North Athletic Field adjacent to Gillis Field House, in 2003. The complex, completed in October of 2002, is one of the finest on the East Coast. The facility includes dugouts, two bullpens, batting cages, lights, an electronic scoreboard and a 500-seat grandstand with a fully-equipped press box. The field dimensions are 200 feet down the lines and 210 feet to center field. Army’s Softball Complex was recognized by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) as one of four 2004 Regional Turface Field/Maintenance Award winners during its National Convention.Softball Field
  • Gillis Field HouseArmy West Point’s Gillis Field House is the home of the Black Knights’ track and field and volleyball teams. Gillis Field House is fully equipped with locker rooms for both teams and also features a fully-equipped training room and weight area. Located within Gillis Field House, Crowell Track is the home of Army’s indoor track & field team. Crowell track features a six-lane, 200-meter, mondo-surface oval track. This lightning fast track incorporates the same surface as the tracks used in the Atlanta and Sydney Olympic Games. The facility is also equipped with two jumping pits, mondo pole vault runway with new UCS 1900 landing system and a mondo high jump apron with UCS landing mats. There is an indoor throwing cage and sector, as well as throwing nets to allow for discus and hammer practice.Gillis Field House
  • Shea StadiumShea Stadium is a multi-purpose facility utilized as a home venue by the sprint football team in the fall and the track and field and lacrosse teams in the spring. Considered one of the finest track venues on the East Coast, Shea Stadium includes an eight-lane Southwest all-weather surface designed with capabilities to set up sprints in either direction. Six jumping pits and six vault boxes face every direction, allowing jumpers to always enjoy the most favorable winds. The stadium boasts a great surface for racing that is well cushioned and resiliant enough for daily training to minimize chance of injury. Shea also possesses two shot put circles and sectors, two Olympic-size hammer and discus cages, and a Southwest all-weather surfaced javelin runway. Located along the banks of the Hudson River, Shea Stadium is also equipped with two functional locker rooms and an athletic training facility. The playing field features an AstroTurf surface surrounded by the eight-lane all-weather track. At night, the impressive facility is illuminated by seven television-quality lightstacks. Improvements to the seating area were completed in the summer of 2000 along with the installation of two modest press boxes servicing both track and field competitions as well as sprint football and lacrosse matches. Shea Stadium
  • Christl   ArenaThe basketball arena was named for 1st Lt. Edward C. Christl Jr. (USMA ’44), who was killed in Austria in 1945. Elected basketball team captain during his senior year, Christl led the Black Knights to a perfect 15-0 record. The building is constructed of concrete and steel framed masonry complete with spectator and support facilities. It contains two concession areas, an Army Athletic Association gift shop, ticket office, sports medicine room, storage areas and offices for coaching and administrative personnel on both basketball and hockey levels. Christl Arena possesses a Horner hardwood basketball floor, which was refurbished and re-painted in 2012 and measures 149×116 feet. Shower and locker room facilities for Army’s men and women squads, plus three visiting locker rooms are located close by. The arena also contains six Hydra-Rib basketball supports, fixed chair and bench seating for spectators and two new scoreboards at either end, put up for the start of the 2001-02 season. The interior of the building underwent a facelift prior to the 2012-13 season. Not only was the floor design changed, but the concourse area was improved with new signage and photos. It was just the latest improvement to the facility which also underwent a small renovation during the 2011-12 season. A new retractable seating area was installed on both sides of the court, allowing for an improved fan experience on game day and more flexibility during practice time. Christl Arena
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West Point Gold Course

Designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones, the West Point Golf Course opened in 1946 and continues to play to rave reviews. A four-time host of the Patriot League Championships, the West Point Golf Course features a large clubhouse, top-of-the-line pro shop, small restaurant and plenty of dining space for post-tournament awards. In addition to the challenging course and spacious clubhouse, the Army golf team also benefits from the D’Prsa Short Game Area. Donated in 2000 in memory of Major Gen. Charles S. D’Orsa, a 1932 West Point graduate, the short game area is used exclusively by the Black Knights and provides a training ground for chipping, putting, rough and sand work.