Farmingdale State Athletic Facilities
(Pic above by Gary Glueckert)
The indoor physical education and athletic facility named George E. Nold Hall was built in 1972.
It encompasses 94,000 square feet with a seating capacity in the Walter A. Lynch Sports Center of over 4,000.
In the summer of 2001, the main gymnasium was renovated to accomodate three regulation basketball courts, five volleyball courts, four tennis courts, and a ten-lap-to-the-mile track.
The complex also has four indoor racquetball courts.
The complex has a newly renovated large weight-training complex available to students and faculty for $50 per semester or $100 per calender year.
The athletic and intramural programs are supported by modern equipment and a laundry facility.
Available to our student-athletes is one of the most up-to-date training room facilities in the country, providing the best treatment to our student-athletes when it is needed.
The outdoor facilities at the college include six all-weather tennis courts, a 20 station golf driving range, an outdoor track/lacrosse/soccer complex, a softball field, and baseball stadium.
(All pics below by Gary Glueckert)
The Farmingdale State Baseball Stadium was completed in 2005.
The state-of-the-art FieldTurf facility includes lights and 1,000 capacity seating.
The Farmingdale State softball field features new dugouts, scoreboard in center field, a revamped warning track and bleachers behind the backstop.
The Outdoor Track/Lacrosse/Soccer complex was completed in October 2008, a synthetic-turf lacrosse/soccer field surrounded by an eight-lane outdoor track is the new home to both the men’s and women’s teams.
The surface of Rams Field is FieldTurf©, one of the leading synthetic surfaces in use by professional and major-college teams across the country, and the same surface installed at the College’s lighted baseball stadium.
The Tennis courts are the newest renovation to the outdoor facilities at Farmingdale State, completed in August 2009, featuring six all-weather tennis courts with seating in the middle for easy viewing of either side of the courts.
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Farmingdale State campus from Gary Glueckert, click here: