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  • Cliff Hagan Stadium

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    • Renovated in 2007

    • Held a record of 4,009 fans in 2008 against Louisville

    • Hosted NCAA regional in 2006


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    Cliff Hagan Stadium
  • Hilary J. Boone Tennis Complex

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    • Features 18 courts

    • Annual site of the Fifth-Third Bank Championships, a professional tournament

    • Hosted NCAA regional each season from 2009 through 2012


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    Boone Tennis Complex
  • Commonwealth Stadium

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    • 70,902 fans watched UK topple No. 1 LSU in 2007

    •Becomes third-largest city in Kentucky on game day

    • Playing area is titled C.M. Newton Field after former UK athletics director


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    Commonwealth Stadium
  • Joe Craft Center

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    • Meeting rooms feature "smart" technology, including the latest advances in video

    • 100,000-square foot facility

    • Facility is open 24 hours to the players


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    Joe Craft Center
  • John Cropp Stadium

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    • New $9.5 million facility dedicated in April

    • Capacity of 1,500

    • Features two full-size batting cages

    • UK will host the 2013 SEC Tournament


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    John Cropp Stadium
  • Lancaster Aquatic Center

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    • 1,025,000-gallon swimming tank

    • Hosted the SEC Championships, NCAA Zone Diving Championships and U.S. Olympic Diving exhibitions

    • Two 1-meter board and two 3-meter boards set on concrete platforms


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    Lancaster Aquatic Center
  • Memorial Coliseum

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    • Capacity of 8,000

    • Hosted NCAA volleyball (2009, 2012) and gymnastics (2010) regionals

    • Once home to the men's basketball team


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    Memorial Coliseum
  • Nutter Field House

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    • Recently upgraded with FieldTurf

    • Six-lane, 290-meter indoor track

    • Host of the 2012 SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships


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    Nutter Field House
  • Outdoor Track & Field Facility

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    • The Outdoor Facility is built on the site of the former Shively Track, which stood on the UK campus since 1959

    • Capacity just under 3,000

    • The track scheduled to host the 2014 Southeastern Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships


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    Outdoor Track & Field Facility
  • Rifle Range

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    • 12 firing points for air rifle and smallbore

    • Underwent $100,000 renovation in 1995

    • Upgraded to a new electronic scoring system during the 2006-07 season


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    Rifle Range
  • Rupp Arena

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    • Arena serves as tribute to legendary coach Adolph Rupp

    • Led the nation in average attendance at 23,721 in 2012

    • Hosts numerous events, including UK's annual Big Blue Madness and 11 NCAA Tournaments

    • Construction of $2.9 million locker rooms, team lounge and food service area due to be complete for 2012-13


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    Rupp Arena
  • Shively Training Facility and Nutter Center

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    • Tim Couch Practice fields were added in 2005

    • Two spacious weight rooms

    • State-of-the art team meeting areas


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    Nutter Center
  • Soccer Complex

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    • Capacity of 3,000

    • Student section dubbed the “The Big Blue Wall”

    • Playing surface is Bermuda grass


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    Soccer Complex
  • University Club

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    • 36-hole championships course

    • Big Blue Course (par 72, 7,013 yards)

    • Wildcat Course (par 71, 6,680 yards)


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    University Club

 

 

UK is home to some of the nation's most historic facilities and fiercest home-field advantages. The department prides itself on providing the best stadiums, arenas and practice facilities for its student-athletes. To improve its already state-of-the-art facilities, UK is building a new track facility, a new dormitory for the men's basketball team and a new golf house at the University Club in 2011-12.