The York College Gymnasium is home to the basketball and volleyball teams and has a capacity of 2,500 people with square footage of 17,290. A 150-meter indoor track also encircles the second floor of the facility. The gym is equipped with an indoor batting cage and can also be set up for indoor tennis, soccer, badminton, wrestling, karate, gymnastics, expos, graduations and many other types of events.
York (NE) Scoreboard. No events to show. May 20, 2021 Women's Track. Four athletes earned gold at NCCAA Outdoor Championships. June 22, 2021. HINTON NAMED 2020-21 KCAC SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR. June 03, 2021. Bembenek named First-team CoSIDA Academic All-District® Women’s Soccer.
This is a list of arenas that currently serve as the home venue for NCAA Division I college basketball teams. Conference affiliations reflect those in the upcoming 2021–22 season; all affiliation changes officially took effect on July 1, 2021. The arenas serve as home venues for both the men's and women's teams except where noted.
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"The Prairie" accommodates Fordham's basketball and volleyball teams and is the nation's oldest on-campus arena that still serves as the primary home to a Division I basketball program.
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Carrier Dome has a capacity of 35,454 and it's located on the campus of Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York. Two basketball teams call the venue their home – the men's and women's basketball team Syracuse Orange. It is famous for being the largest domed stadium of any college campus and in all of the Northeastern United States.
Cotterell Court, Hamilton, New York (Colgate Raiders): 1750 Seats Image: Source Colgate famously made the NCAA tournament in the 1990’s twice with Adonal Foyle (1995, 1996).
UBS Arena is a $1.5 billion multi-purpose arena under construction and development in Elmont, New York, next to the Belmont Park race track. The venue is projected to open for the 2021–22 NHL season. The arena will serve as the home of the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League (NHL) and host around 150 major events annually. UBS holds the exclusive naming rights to the arena.
Named after Nike Phil Knight’s son, the arena met quite a lot of criticism for its location on campus and for the costs ($227 million). It seats 12,364, and the record attendance was in the 2010 ...