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Boston University Athletics Facilities
Agganis Arena

Agganis Arena | Map | Directions

A 290,000-square-foot premier venue with 6,300 seats for hockey and ice shows, the Arena is expandable to over 7,200 seats for men's and women's basketball contests, concerts, conventions, and family shows.

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Jack Parker Rink

Jack Parker Rink | Map | Directions

The rink at Agganis Arena was dedicated in honor of former Terrier and current men's ice hockey head coack Jack Parker. Coach Parker, who is entering his 38th season behind the bench, has led the Terriers to 49 tournament titles, including three NCAA titles, 11 conference titles and 21 Beanpots.

Fitness and Recreation Center

Fitness & Recreation Center | Map | Directions

A 270,000-square-foot space, supporting physical education, non-credit courses, intramurals, club sports, student organizations and much more.

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Track and Tennis Center

Track & Tennis Center | Map | Directions

The Track and Tennis Center is home to the Terriers' men's and women's track & field and tennis teams. The air-conditioned facility is designed to accommodate national competitions, athletic events, a variety of health and fitness activities and University functions.

DeWolfe Boathouse

DeWolfe Boathouse | Map | Directions

The Boathouse, named in honor of the grandparents of Boston University trustee Richard DeWolfe, is located on the Cambridge side of the Charles River. It has both an interior and exterior balcony that affords racing fans an excellent view of the annual Head of the Charles Regatta.

New Balance Field

New Balance Field | Map | Directions

The newest piece to BU's athletic campus, New Balance Field opened in September 2013 and serves as the home of BU field hockey. Made possible in part by a $3 million gift from Boston-based New Balance, the 110,000 square-foot field has seating for 500 and was built above the former Babcock Street parking lot. The field is atop a newly-constructed parking garage with nearly 350 parking spaces. The $27-million, state-of-the-art structure provided BU's nationally ranked field hockey team with a new on-campus facility after playing its `home' games off-campus since the 2001 season.

Nickerson Field

Nickerson Field | Map | Directions

Home to the men's and women's soccer, as well as the men's and women's lacrosse teams, Nickerson Field is a 10,412 seat FieldTurf facility. Once the home of the Boston Braves National League baseball club, it was purchased by the University on July 29, 1953. A four-lane track that encompasses the field was installed in 2009.

Case Gymnasium

Case Gymnasium | Map | Directions

Home to the Terrier men's and women's basketball and wrestling teams, Case Gymnasium, or "The Roof", has an 1,800-seat capacity with theatre-sized chairback seats on both sides.

Walter Brown Arena

Walter Brown Arena | Map | Directions

With a capacity of 3,806, the Walter A. Brown Arena Memorial Skating Pavilion was home to Terrier men's ice hockey team from 1971-2004 and is now the home rink of the women's ice hockey team.

Softball Field

Softball Field | Map | Directions

The Boston University Softball Field, which serves as home to the Terrier softball team, has provided a decided home-field advantage since its renovation in the winter of 2001. The field was converted from AstroTurf to a natural grass outfield/all-dirt infield.

Academic Support

Elliot H. Cole Academic Support Center | Map | Directions

The Center, located within the Athletics Department and in close proximity to most athletic facilities, houses Student-Athlete Support Services (SASS) and was completely renovated in the summer of 2010.

Strength and Conditioning

Strength & Conditioning Center | Map | Directions

The 15,215-square-foot space features eight power racks and eight Olympic lifting platforms and a 2,000-square foot speed and plyometric area. Athletes are now able to stretch and perform speed workouts, as well as plyometric programs that were once unable to complete in one location.

Faneuil Pool

Faneuil Pool | Map | Directions

The six-lane, 25-yard pool includes a diving area that has two one- and one three-meter boards. There is seating for 200 spectators.

Aquatic Center

Aquatics Center - Competition Pool | Map | Directions

Home to Boston University's men's and women's swimming and diving programs, the competition pool in the aquatics center is 10-lanes by 16-lanes with the ability to change from meters to yards by use of a movable bulkhead, set according to activity. The facility also has two one-meter and two three-meter diving boards.



Terriers In the Community

BU student-athletes donate over 4,000 hours of their time each year to non-profit organizations.


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