The 132,500 square foot indoor tennis and track center opened in February 2001 and served as the host site for the 2003 NCAA Division III Men's and Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships.
The center provides a state-of-the-art competition and practice venue for several of DePauw's athletic teams in addition to serving as a recreational facility for the DePauw and off-campus communities.
The entry level of the bi-level facility includes 12,366 square-feet for offices, a multipurpose room, storage, restrooms, a training room and spectator seating. The ground level is for performance activity. The two buildings are connected with one main access location for both.
The tennis portion of the complex, located just north of the nine existing outdoor courts includes six Deco-Turf courts.
Located to the west of existing Blackstock Stadium and to the northwest of the tennis building, the track and multipurpose facility features a 200-meter, six-lane track with an eight-lane straightaway and a Mondo Super-X spike-proof surface.
The infield includes a competition area for field events and space for three basketball courts. Features such as drop-down netting allow practice opportunities for baseball, field hockey, football, golf and soccer.
The Tigers in action at the Indoor Track.
Lot's to be proud of with Tiger Tennis. Championship banners hang above the courts in the Indoor Tennis and Track Center.