Sports Venue Guide

The University Recreation Center opened its doors in 1993, and is commonly referred to by students as the Rec Center.  Located on the University of Minnesota’s East Bank Campus, the facility serves between 3,000 and 5,000 patrons on an average weekday during the academic year. 
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Home of the 2010 NCAA Women's Frozen Four. Ridder Arena is the also home to the first and only women's collegiate hockey program to play in a facility dedicated solely to women's ice hockey.
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Siebert Field has hosted three NCAA Regionals (1974, 1977, and 2000). Minnesota played its first game on the field in 1971 when it was still called Bierman Field.
Baseball
The Sports Pavilion has established itself as one of the premier multi-purpose facilities in the nation. It currently serves as the home of the Golden Gopher men's and women's gymnastics team, the volleyball team and the wrestling team.
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The stadium’s open-air horseshoe design allows a capacity of 50,000, which includes general seats and an impressive array of Premium Seating. With sustainability in mind, 97% of the nearly 9,000 tons of steel used in the structure comes from recycled steel.
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Construction on what is now known as Williams Arena was started in 1927 and completed in 1928, when it was dedicated as the University of Minnesota Field House. It cost $650,000 and initially had a seating capacity of 14,100 with bleacher and standing room expansion to 16,000.
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Lanes:  20 Scoring:  Automatic Concessions:  Yes Pro-Shop:  No Number of Parking Spaces:  N/A
Bowling
Regarded as one of the finest arenas in the world, Xcel Energy Center is home to the NHL's Minnesota Wild, the NLL's Minnesota Swarm and a multitude of premier sports and entertainment events annually. 
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