We have 23 NCAA Division III intercollegiate sports teams belonging to the Landmark Conference and the Centennial Conference (football).
Dozens of club and intramural sports teams share our 26 acres of playing fields with the varsity athletics teams.
Even if you're not an athlete, there are ample opportunities for fitness and recreation inside and out-a state-of-the-art fitness center, swimming pool, basketball courts, indoor track, local hiking trails and the mighty Susquehanna River.
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Most of our 23 Division III intercollegiate sports teams belong to the Landmark Conference, while football plays in the Centennial Conference.See More
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Fitness & Recreation Spaces
James W. Garrett Sports Complex—Home to a 25-yard indoor swimming pool, gymnasium, fitness center, weight room, racquetball courts, field house, indoor track and café.
Rugby field—Our club rugby teams practice and compete on this grass field located on Sassafras Street, and it's also open for students to use.
Sassafras Athletic Fields—Multi-purpose and practice fields open to anyone, as long as our lacrosse, soccer and field hockey teams aren't using them.
"Deg" lawn—This lawn in front of the Degenstein Campus Center is the perfect place to play a game of Frisbee or toss around a football.
Smith lawn—This wide, flat lawn is the perfect spot to kick around a soccer ball, practice lacrosse or play catch.
Susquehanna River—Go for a jog or bike ride down Front Street, rent one of our kayaks or inner tubes or go fishing in the longest river on the east coast.
Bringing your tennis racquet? Check out our six all-weather tennis courts next to Lopardo Stadium or one of our indoor tennis courts in the field house.