LSU Athletics Facilities Overview

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Tiger Stadium

Football
Capacity: 102,321
Seating Chart

Nickname: "Death Valley" since 1950s
Built:
1924 (east/west; 12,000)
Playing Surface: Natural grass -- Bermuda
Expanded:

1931 (east/west vertical; 22,000)
1936 (north; 46,000)
1953 (south; 67,720)
1978 (west upper/club; 78,000)
1988 (bleacher seating; 80,150)
1994 (visitor locker room; 80,000)
2000 (east upper; 91,600)
2005 (west upper; 92,400)
2014 (south upper; 102,321)
Record Crowd: 102,321 capacity (most recently on Oct. 17, 2015 vs. Florida)
Facility Record: Overall -- 413-152-18 *

* Record through 2016 season

Football Operations Center

Facility Information
Built: 2005
Renovated: 2016 (under construction)
Pete Maravich Assembly Center

Men's Basketball; Women's
Basketball
; Gymnastics; Volleyball

Capacity: 13,215
Seating Charts
Nickname: "Maravich Center"; "Deaf Dome"
Built: 1972
Playing Surface: Portable wooden floor
Record Crowd (Men's Basketball): 15,694 (Feb. 25, 1981)
Facility Record: Overall -- 490-169, SEC -- 230-136 *
Record Crowd (Women's Basketball): 15,217 (Feb. 23, 2003)
Facility Record: Overall -- 446-126, SEC -- 157-71 *
Record Crowd (Volleyball): 2,250 (Nov. 20, 1992)
Facility Record: Overall -- 339-151, SEC -- N.A  **
Record Crowd (Gymnastics): 13,179 (March 6, 2015) **

* Records through 2015-16 season
** Records through 2016 season
Alex Box Stadium

Baseball
Capacity: 10,326
Seating Chart

Nickname: "The Box"
Built: 2009
Playing Surface: Natural grass
Record Crowd (paid):
12,727 (April 27, 2013, vs. South Carolina)
Record Crowd (actual):
11,401 (June 8, 2013, vs. Oklahoma in NCAA Super Regional Game 2)
Facility Record (Since 2009): 257-65-1 (.797) *
Seating Capacity: 10,326

Original Alex Box Stadium (1938-2008)
Built: 1938 (grandstand, 2,500)
Playing Surface: Natural grass -- Bermuda
Record Crowd: 8,701 (May 11, 2008)
Facility Record (1984-08):
732-197-4 (.787)
Capacity: 7,760 | Seating Chart

* Records through 2016 season

Tiger Park

Softball
Capacity: 1,289 (seats); 2,489 (w/ OF berm)

Built: 2009
Playing Surface: Natural grass
Record Crowd: 3,242 (March 25, 2016, vs. No. 1 Florida)
Facility Record (Since 2009): 209-57-1 (.785) *
Capacity: 2,671 

Original Tiger Park (1997-2008)
Built:
1996
Playing Surface: Natural grass -- Bermuda
Record Crowd: 2,326 (April 28, 2007)
Facility Record (1996-2008):
Overall -- 338-51; SEC -- 140-34

* Records through 2016 season

Gymnastics Training Facility

Details: LSUgym.com
Built: 2016
History: In February 2016, the LSU gymnastics program and head coach D-D Breaux officially opening the state-of-the-art gymnastics training facility on campus. At 38,000 square feet, it is a stand-alone facility that contains approximately 18,000 square feet of practice space in the gym area. The practice area features four competition-style beams, three vault runways with various surfaces for landings, four sets of uneven bars and an oversized floor exercise area to ensure safe training. In addition to the expansive practice area, the facility houses a team locker room, coaches locker rooms, training room, cardio area, dance studio, team squad room, a video review room with theater seating that also serves as the team meeting room, facility equipment storage and laundry area, a multi-purpose room that can host dinners and team functions and a roof-top terrace complete with an outdoor kitchen.
Bernie Moore Track & Field Stadium

Outdoor Track & Field
Capacity: 5,680
Seating Chart
Built: 1969
Named: 1971
Surface: Mondo FTX (2012)
Carl Maddox Field House

Indoor Track & Field
Capacity: 3,000
Built: 1975
Named: 1998
Renovated: 2014
Natatorium

Swimming & Diving
Capacity: 2,200
Built: 1985
LSU Soccer Stadium

Soccer
Capacity: 2,197

Established: 1995
Stadium Renovated: 2011
Playing Surface: Natural Grass
Facility Record: Overall -- 110-68-25; SEC -- 42-49-16 *
Capacity: 2,197
Record Crowd: 2,624 (Aug. 24, 2012, vs. Rice)

* Records through 2016 season

Soccer Locker Room

Soccer
Built: 2001
LSU Tennis Complex

Men's Tennis; Women's Tennis
Capacity: 1,400 (outdoor); 300 (indoor)

Open for 2015-16 Season
Construction

Facility Record (Men's): 10-4, 2-4 SEC
Facility Record (Women's):
12-4, 4-2 SEC

Previous Facility: W.T. "Dub" Robinson Stadium (1976-2015)

Nickname: "The Dub"
Built and Named:
1976
Final Season: 2014-15
Facility Record (Men's): 354-80 *
Facility Record (Women's): 361-164 *

* Records from 1976-2015
** Records from 2016-present

University Club

Men's Golf; Women's Golf

Nickname: "U-Club"
Built:
1998
Par/Yardage:
Men's Par 72, 7,274
Women's Par 72, 6,265
Facility Record (Men's):
154-13 (10 titles) *
Facility Record (Women's): 136-27-2 (3 titles) *

* through 2015-16 season

Golf Team Clubhouse

Men's Golf; Women's Golf
Built: 2002
Cox Communications Academic Center for Student-Athletes

Facility Info
Built: 2002
Athletics Administration Building
Built: 1995
Indoor Practice Facility

Facility Info
Built: 1990
Playing Surface: Artificial Turf
Charles McClendon Football Practice Facility

Facility Info
Named: September of 2002
Playing Surface: Natural grass -- Bermuda
Bill Lawton Squad Room

Facility Info
Built: 1998
Strength and Conditioning Facility

Facility Info
Built: 1997
Martin J. Broussard Center for Athletic Training

Facility Info
Built: 1998

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