Cameron Indoor Stadium has been a perfect home for the Duke University basketball program. Conceived on the back of a matchbook cover in 1935 and renovated in the late 1980s at a cost of $2 million, Cameron was named the fourth-best sporting venue of the 20th Century by Sports Illustrated.
The $15.2 million Michael W. Krzyzewski Center - Dedicated to Academic & Athletic Excellence is a first-class athletics complex designed to inspire, enhance and celebrate Duke University’s extraordinary student-athletes in all 26 intercollegiate sports.
Wallace Wade Stadium, home of the Duke Blue Devils since 1929, ranks among the finest collegiate football stadiums in the nation. Named for legendary Duke head coach Wallace Wade, it has been the home for 18 conference championship teams, eight bowl squads and 56 All-America players.
Located in the northeast corner of Wallace Wade Stadium, the $22 million, 70,000-square foot Yoh Football Center is the home of Duke Football. The state-of-the-art facility features a first class sports medicine area, spacious locker and weight rooms, coaches offices, a players’ lounge and much more.
The home of Duke baseball is picturesque Jack Coombs Field. Named after Duke’s most illustrious baseball coach, Jack Coombs Field is located in the heart of Duke’s athletic complex, affording easy access to baseball fans on campus and in Durham.
When people speak of the top multi-sport facilities in the South and in the nation, Duke's Koskinen Stadium comes to mind. In a relatively short period, the cozy stadium has emerged as one of the finest soccer and lacrosse complexes in the country.
The Duke men’s and women’s golf teams play at the second-ranked university golf course in the nation, the Duke University Golf Club. The course served as the host of the 1962 and 2001 NCAA Men’s Golf Championships and is located on the west end of the Duke campus.
The Karcher-Ingram Golf Center features coaches offices, men’s and women’s locker rooms, a club repair room, a trophy room, lounge, library/study area and a state-of-the-art indoor training and practice facility, complete with indoor putting surfaces, training aides and video analysis systems.
Completed in the summer of 1987, the Duke Tennis Stadium was renovated into the Ambler Tennis Stadium. The facility was funded by Merrill Ambler and features seat-backs for fan seating, a scoreboard, new court surfaces and restrooms.
For Blue Devil fans, the excitement of Duke field hockey can be found at Williams Field on Duke’s East Campus. Completed in 1996 and renovated in 2011, the turf field is one of the premier field hockey venues in the region.
The spacious Taishoff Aquatic Pavilion serves as the home for the Duke swimming and diving teams. The facility boasts a 25-yard, eight-lane racing pool with seven-foot lanes and includes one of the few indoor 10-meter towers in the Southeast.
Named for Bob Pascal, a 1956 graduate of Duke and a former All-America running back who provided a lead gift of $6 million for the project, the 80,000-square foot building is located within the Brooks Practice Facility. The structure features a 120-yard football playing surface.
The Wilson Recreation Center, located on West Campus, is the larger of the two recreation centers at Duke. The 99,000 square ft. facility, which was completed in 1999, has an average of 3,000 users visit the center per day.