From indoor track in the Field House to field hockey in the Getz Sports Complex, our numerous, state-of-the-art facilities are built to transform student athletes from curious individuals to courageous competitors.
A community resource unlike any other at an independent school, Tsai Field House will offer a holistic approach to student well-being, providing opportunities for competition, activity, socialization, and nourishment, extending the hallmarks of House and Harkness.
At the center of the athletic landscape, the Field House is home to a four-lane, indoor track, sand pit, six-lane sprint straight away, and jump events. Each venue is connected to one another, including the Varsity and North courts, wrestling room, pool, and ice rink.
A hardwood court accompanied by stadium seating creates the perfect atmosphere for our volleyball teams in the fall and basketball teams in the winter.
Built in 1954, the Loucks Ice Arena is home to boys' and girls' ice hockey programs. The rink includes a fireplace in the warming area.
Part of the Lavino Field House, the wrestling center provides a practice and game facility for our wrestling teams in the winter.
Located within the Field House, the Squash Center features 10 courts, spectator seating, as well as a full office for coaches and athletics.
The pool has six 25-yard lanes and a diving area in the deep end. The pool serves our water polo and swimming and diving teams.
Located within the Field House, the gym is designed to promote health and wellness for any student and adult on campus to use.
Lawrenceville has many beautiful fields for outdoor sports.
The Getz Sports Complex is home to side-by-side Violich and Fisher turf fields. These fields accommodate field hockey, lacrosse, and soccer, and are equipped with lights to host night games.
Home to the Lawrenceville softball teams in the spring in addition to hosting our lower level field hockey teams in the fall.
Fields 49 A-C offer additional space for our soccer teams in the fall and our lower-level lacrosse teams in the spring.
Set just behind Lavino Field House, the Waugh Baseball Field is a full grass facility, home to the Lawrenceville baseball teams.
These four fields, running parallel to part of the cross country trail, are used for soccer in the fall as well as lacrosse and JV baseball in the spring.
This area offers plenty of open space for House sports in both the fall and spring.
Keuffel Stadium/Eglin Track offer the back drop to Lavino Field House. This complex boasts spectator seating and concessions. Home to football in the fall and track and field in the spring.
One of the few schools to boast its own golf course on campus, this course provides a practice game facility for our four golf teams.
Lawrenceville's crew teams make their home at the Caspersen Boat House, located at Mercer Lake, about 20 minutes from campus.
At the entrance to the School, the 12 newly renovated tennis courts offer spectator seating on both sides of the stadium.