The University Aquatic Center, located east of Cooke Hall on the Minneapolis campus, opened in June of 1990. It was designed to meet or exceed Olympic standards so that it could host major swimming and diving events. Nearly two acres in size, the Aquatic Center houses the Dorothy L.
The Baseline Tennis Center is the sparkling home of Golden Gopher Tennis. Opened in the fall of 2002, the on-campus facility provides the University of Minnesota with one of the premier collegiate tennis venues in the nation.
The Minnesota Fieldhouse features a refurbished, 200-meter, six-lane track, completed in 2006 by Mondo. In addition to the track, there is bleacher seating for over 800 people, a press box and areas for athletic training and emergency units.
The University of Minnesota boasts one of the nation's best facilities with an on-campus boathouse, located on the banks of the U of M campus. Nestled in the midst of the East River Flats Park, the Golden Gophers opened their new facility in winter of 2007.
Thanks to a generous gift of $900,000 from Deborah Olson, given in the name of her mother Elizabeth Lyle Robbie, and $1.2 million appropriated from the Minnesota state legislature, the University of Minnesota soccer program built a home of its own in the Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium.
Located on campus Site of the men's and women's golf team practice facility, the practice facility underwent a half million dollar renovation. Former Gopher Tom Lehman re-designed the facility with the intent on giving the players a place to practice and test all aspects of their short game.
Seventeen years after the new Mariucci Arena first graced the campus of the University of Minnesota, fans and players alike still are amazed by the breathtaking beauty of a sold-out Mariucci and the atmosphere it provides.
Northrop, located in the heart of the University of Minnesota East Bank Campus, carries on the tradition of excellence in presenting internationally acclaimed performances within its treasured walls, while simultaneously leaping across borders by bringing in new and contemporary works to engage a