Brian F. Prince Athletic Complex

The Brian F. Prince Athletic Complex was made possible by the leadership, support, and generosity of Brian F. Prince ’86, ’89S (MBA), in honor of his parents, Richard J. Prince and Christine L. Prince, in hope that all who strive here will gain the strength and confidence his parents lovingly bestowed upon him. The Prince Athletic Complex includes:

Fauver Stadium

Fauver Stadium at night.
Fauver Stadium

Home of Yellowjackets field hockey, women's soccer,men's soccer, football, women's track and field, men's track and field, lacrosse, intramural and club sports, special events, and open recreation.

Fauver Stadium is named for Edwin "Doc" Fauver, MD, (1875–1949) who was a professor of hygiene and physical education, college physician, director of athletics from 1916 to 1945, and designer of the River Campus athletic facilities. The 5,000-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. Additionally, over 150 All-Americans have competed in Fauver Stadium at the University of Rochester.

Fauver Stadium features:

  • A 400-meter track
  • Field turf infield lined for soccer, field hockey, lacrosse, and football
  • Seating for 5,000
  • Newly renovated pressbox
  • Visiting team locker rooms
  • Scoreboard and sound system
  • Assistant coaches office suite
  • Meeting rooms

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North Field

Students playing a game on North Field.
North Field

Renovated in the summer of 2012, this fully sodded 360’ x 225’ Kentucky Blue Grass natural surface is the perfect training facility for varsity athletics, club and intramural sports.

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Lyman Outdoor Tennis Center

A view of Lyman Courts in the day.
North Field

Home of Yellowjackets women's and men's tennis and named for legendary coach Peter Lyman (varsity coach, 1956–2000), the Lyman Outdoor Tennis Center has been instrumental in the development and success of the men's and women's tennis team at the University of Rochester.

Throughout the years, more than 30 All-Americans have graced the courts of the Lyman Tennis Center. The courts have played host to multiple intercollegiate matches and tournaments, including the University-hosted Flower City Tournament and UAA Conference Tournament.

The Lyman Tennis Center features:

  • Six lighted tennis courts
  • Storage shed and restroom
  • Seating for 75

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Towers Field

A view of Towers Field from the seats.
Towers Field

Home of Yellowjacket Baseball, our varsity training facility, club sports, and intramurals, Towers Field has been home to numerous All-Conference, All-Academic and All-American athletes.

The field has hosted multiple Liberty League Championship tournament games as well.

Towers Field features:

  • Astroturf® field
  • Dugouts
  • Batting Cage
  • Scoreboard
  • Seating for 150
  • Outfield Fence (LF-350, CF-372, RF-390)

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Boehning Varsity House

A view of the locker room at Boehning Varsity House.
Boehning Varsity House

The Boehning Varsity House opened in 2017 as the University of Rochester's newest athletic facility. It features dedicated locker rooms for Rochester's outdoor sports, which include baseball, softball, men's and women's track and field and cross-country, men's and women's soccer, football, field hockey, and women's lacrosse.

The Boehning Varsity House occupies the bottom two floors of Genesee Hall at the south end of Fauver Stadium. It features:

  • Dedicated locker rooms for nine teams
  • State-of-the-art sports medicine suite
  • Larger, top of the line equipment room
  • Student lounge space

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