Attention: Campus Facilities will be conducting a renovation project in the women's and men's alumni (first floor) locker room to replace the carpet and countertops. This is tentatively scheduled the week of July 31-August 4. This project will last the entire estimated time and access to the locker room will not be permitted. Locker rooms for changing and showering will be available in the pool locker rooms. If you have any belongings in your lockers that you will need during this time, please remove them prior to July 31. We will be posting confirmed dates here on 7/25/17.
Fauver Stadium on the University of Rochester campus is named for Edwin "Doc" Fauver, MD (1875-1949), Professor of Hygiene & Physical Education, College Physician, Director of Athletics 1916 - 1945, Designer of the River Campus athletic facilities. The 5,500 seat stadium has been the host site for numerous conference and NCAA events including Liberty League football, lacrosse, field hockey, UAA soccer, NCAA soccer and NCAA field hockey. The most memorable being the 1987 National Championship game, Rochester women's soccer defeated William Smith, 1-0 on a goal by Abby Heister. Additionally, over 140 All-Americans have competed in Fauver Stadium at the University of Rochester.
Features of Fauver Stadium