Practice Field and Varsity Weight Room
Homewood Field

Johns Hopkins University is home to one of the finest stadiums in the nation. Built in 1908, with an expansion to include Shelley Pavilion in 1997, the stadium now offers a seating capacity of 8,500. The stadium currently features a state-of-the-art scoreboard and message center and Sportexe Momentum Turf playing surface, installed in 2005. The lighted facility, updated in 2007 by Musco, allows for night games throughout the year, which only adds to the atmosphere and provides a definite home field advantage for football, men's and women's lacrosse, men's and women's soccer, and field hockey.

 
Newton White Athletic Center/Goldfarb Gymnasium

Goldfarb Gymnasium was named for Larry Goldfarb, an alumnus of Johns Hopkins, and was constructed in 1934. The main gymnasium houses the competition sites for Basketball, Volleyball, Wrestling, and large Fencing meets. Given a new Robin Sport Impact floor and bleacher seating, Goldfarb offers a spectacular venue for a capacity of 1,100.

 
Newton White Athletic Center/Natatorium

The 6 lane, 25 yard swimming pool was constructed in 1965. A new filtration and lighting system help to provide a great opportunity for swimmers to find their way onto the new Records Board, installed in 2008. The board displays Conference, Pool, and University Records and is hung at the end of the pool at all times. The bleachers are set up to provide a perfect vantage point to watch each Blue Jay home swim meet and water polo matches.

 
Newton White Athletic Center/Fencing Room

Used for regular meets and the practice facility for the Fencing team, the Fencing room is located in the Newton White Athletic Center. This room is used only for fencing practices and competitions, and therefore, provides Hopkins with the advantage of permanently installing a non-slip inlaid floor, metallic fencing strips, scoring apparatus, lighting, full length, oversized mirrors, and various training equipment pieces, essential to the fencing program.

 
Tennis Courts at Johns Hopkins

The Premier Court tennis surfaces, installed in 2001 and refurbished in 2006, are conveniently located on campus for students and faculty use. Six courts provide for a great competition site for Blue Jay matches, but also a superb recreation outlet for faculty and students to hone their skills. Bleacher seating is arranged for the best view to catch the singles and doubles action.

 
Baseball Field at Johns Hopkins

The JHU Baseball Field is home to a perennial national power in Division III. The field plays 320' to left field, 405' to center field, and 305' to right field. The pitchers are provided a bullpen area on each foul line for the Jays and visiting teams. The bleachers are placed to supply the best view of the field from the 1st base side, the 3rd base side, and right behind home plate. All of which have a perfect view of the large scoreboard located just beyond the outfield wall.

 
JHU Track & Field

Completed in 2009, the brand new Track & Field facility, Johns Hopkins at Eastern, is located at 1101 East 33rd Street. The track is a Beynom BSS 100 and is a 400 meter, IAAF certified surface. The infield was arranged to stage the Javelin, Shot Put, Discus, Long Jump, Triple Jump, High Jump, and Pole Vault events. The facility offers Hopkins faculty and staff, as well as surrounding community members, a track for early walks or laps at lunch.

 
Wrestling

The Wrestling room located in the Newton White Athletic Center and is used primarily as a practice facility for the Wrestling team at Johns Hopkins. The rubber mat flooring gives the team a great place to work on many different disciplines and prepare for their home meets held in Goldfarb Gymnasium.

 
Cross Country

Johns Hopkins Cross Country team competes in various invitationals throughout the fall season. Most meets are run around the Mid Atlantic region and when the team does compete in Baltimore it is typically at Oregon Ridge.

 
Practice Field

In addition to the opportunity to play and practice at historic Homewood Field, the football, lacrosse, soccer, and field hockey teams have access to a fully-lighted practice facility. Many intramural and club teams also utilize this practice facility, built in 2005, with an identical playing surface to Homewood Field. Located less than 50 yards from Homewood Field, the practice field is situated in a scenic part of campus and provides a quiet atmosphere for practice and Athletic department activities.

 

Varsity Weight Room

All Johns Hopkins athletic teams train in the recently renovated varsity weight room in the Newton White Athletic Center. In addition to featuring the latest in training and weightlifting equipment, a new floor, air conditioning and a sound system were added to the room during the summer of 2005 as part of a $250,000 renovation of the room. Access to the room is limited to varsity athletes only and members of the teams train year-round in this facility.

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