Arizona State Athletic Facilities
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|Mona Plummer Aquatic Center
The Mona Plummer Aquatic Center, located on the campus of Arizona State University, is regarded as one of the country's finest outdoor swimming and diving facilities.
|Karsten Golf Course
At the ASU Karsten Golf Course, challenge is inherent. Many touring professionals have honed their skills on the fairways and greens of this classic Pete Dye, Scottish links course. The course is home to the ASU Golf Program, which turns out championship teams year after year.
Packard Stadium, the home of Arizona State baseball since 1974, is one of the nation's most beautiful ballparks. The outfield wall is lined with orange trees and just beyond the left field fence lies Tempe Town Lake, a picturesque waterway for boaters and sportsmen.
|Sun Devil Soccer Stadium
On April 1, 2000, Arizona State University unveiled the latest amenity in its sports facilities, the Sun Devil Soccer Stadium. The Soccer Stadium features chair-back bleachers and individual seats with a capacity for 1,051 fans.
The Weatherup Center is a state-of-the-art practice facility utilized by ASU basketball. Located on ASU land just southeast of the Bill Kajikawa Football Practice Fields, it includes 49,000 square feet of indoor space and has two full courts. There are also coaches' offices and film rooms, training area, classrooms, storage and equipment rooms. The facility is also used for summer camps and other athletic events.
|The Verde Dickey Dome
Located just south of the Bill Kajikawa practice fields, the facility provides the Sun Devils a climate-controlled venue for practice. The facility is a 103,500 square foot dome contained a 75-yard practice field (with an end zone) and a 45-yard practice field (also with an end zone). It is utilized by not only the football team but the marching band, ASU intramurals and university summer football camps.
|Alberta B. Farrington Softball Stadium
On April 8, 2000, Arizona State University unveiled the state-of-the-art Alberta B. Farrington Softball Stadium. It is one of the finest amenities among the sports facilities of Sun Devil Athletics. Farrington Stadium features chair-back bleachers and individual seats with a capacity for 1,535 fans.
|Sun Angel Stadium, Joe Selleh Track
Arizona State University's nationally recognized men's and women's track and field teams compete at Sun Angel Stadium/Joe Selleh Track, which opened in 1976. The stadium was completed in 1975 at an estimated cost of $3 million. The facility features a new state-of-the-art track surface.
|Frank Kush Field/Sun Devil Stadium
One of the most aesthetic, dynamic, innovative and beautiful collegiate stadiums in the nation, Arizona State University's Sun Devil Stadium has played host to some of the most important football games for more than four decades.
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|Sun Devil Sports Performance
The 5,000 square-foot training facility utilizes a variety of unique amenities designed to help members of the baseball, soccer, softball, and men's and women's basketball teams maximize their athletic potential. Located south of the Weatherup Center, SDSP opened the third week of August and includes a weight room, 60-yard three-lane track, pool, agility area and rubberized half-court basketball area.
|Wells Fargo Arena
Wells Fargo Arena, the home for Sun Devil men's and women's basketball as well as volleyball, gymnastics and wrestling, is one of the nation's finest collegiate arenas. Constructed in the spring of 1974 at the cost of $8 million, the 14,198-seat facility also plays host to graduation ceremonies and a variety of concerts and shows.
Parking Map | Men's Basketball Arena Map | Women's Basketball Arena Map | Interactive Map
|Whiteman Tennis Center
The Whiteman Tennis Center serves as the home to Arizona State's nationally ranked women's tennis teams. The original complex was dedicated May 8, 1976. It features eight fully lit asphalt-based courts with a seating capacity of 1,200. The superb Robson Player Facility was added in 1999.