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49ER FACILITIES

DIRECTIONS to each location | MAP of the 49er campus

BARRETT CENTER
Opened in fall of 2005, the Barrett Center houses the 49er administrators, and non-pyramid playing sports. MORE INFO
BICKERSTAFF ACADEMIC CENTER
Opened in the fall of 2006 the academic center houses the Center for Student Athlete services and its staff. It is also used for study hall and evaluation. MORE INFO
STRENGTH COMPLEX
Open in the fall of 2006, the new strength complex located on the East end of the PE building, features state of the art equipment. MORE INFO
49ER TRAINING ROOM
The main training room is located in the West Gym on campus across from the campus pool. It not only has training tables but also room for rehabilitation. MORE INFO
THE WALTER PYRAMID
One of only three pyramids in the country, the 18-story structure and 5000-seat arena houses both volleyball and basketball teams and the ticket office. MORE INFO
BLAIR FIELD
The permanent home to the Dirtbags since 1993, Blair Field at the corner of 10th and Park, across from Wilson High is the team's 3000-seat baseball facility. It is believed that more future Major Leaguers have played at the field than any where else in the country. MORE INFO
EL DORADO GOLF TRAINING FACILITY
Located two miles from campus it is home to the 49er golf teams practice facility. It is the largest, stand alone golf facility in California and is exclusively used by the 49er golf teams.MORE INFO
GEORGE ALLEN FIELD
Named after the Hall of Fame football coach, George Allen, the field is currently home to the 49er soccer team and is located near the corner of Atherton and Palo Verde. MORE INFO
49ER POOL
The two swimming pool complex features one Olympic size pool and it is home to the 49er water polo teams, the school's aquatic programs and various youth club teams. MORE INFO
RHODES TENNIS COMPLEX
Located next to the soccer field, and opened in Fall 2008, Long Beach State is home to the Rhodes Tennis Center. The 12-court complex is named for 49er tennis player and alum Terry Rhodes in appreciation for his $1.25 million gift/endowment to the women's tennis program. MORE INFO
JACK ROSE TRACK
Named after the U.S. Track and Field Hall of Fame Coach and the 25-year head coach at LBSU, Jack Rose, the track is host to numerous events throughout the year. MORE INFO

RECREATIONAL FACILITIES
There are numerous indoor and outdoor sports facilities available to the public for recreational use. These same facilities are available on a rental basis for large group activities. To rent a facility for your group, contact the event office at (562) 985-8561, To use the facilities for daily recreational use refer to the schedule below. Please call the FACILITY HOTLINE AT (562)985-7977 for updated hours. All hours are subject to change as they are used for physical education activity classes, intercollegiate athletics and reserved by outside groups.

EAST GYM and WEST GYM: Open during select hours for basketball, volleyball and badminton. Evening and weekend hours are available when not used by classes, intercollegiate athletics and group rentals.

TENNIS COURTS: There are 14 courts open on a first come basis. Players must provide their own equipment. No reservations taken.

RACQUETBALL COURTS: There are 6 fully enclosed racquetball courts available on a first come basis. Courts are available M-F 3:00 - 10:00pm; weekends 7am - 7pm.

POOL:
A 10-lane, 50-meter pool is open for lap swimming M-F 6:30 - 8am and 12-1, M-TH 7:00 - 8:00pm. Passes are available for $1/day or $20 for 25dat use.

TRACK: The all-weather track is open 7am - 8am,12-1 and 5-dusk Monday - Friday; 7am - 4pm Sat..and Sun.

OTHER FACILITIES:
Outdoor basketball and volleyball courts, a putting green and driving range are also available during the week and on weekends at various hours.

 

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