The Athletic Program is served by superb outdoor and indoor
facilities that are accessible to the entire St. Andrew’s community. Outdoor
facilities for fall sports include five soccer fields, two field hockey fields,
practice and game football fields and a five-kilometer cross-country course. There are two
volleyball courts in the gym that are used for fall competition.
Winter sports are served by a six-lane
swimming pool in the Genereaux Aquatic Center, ten regulation international
squash courts, four basketball courts, wrestling rooms, a weight-training room,
a cardiovascular fitness room and locker room space for home and visiting teams. St.
Andrew’s training room is available to all athletes and is managed by a
certified trainer who resides on campus and is an essential part of our athletic program,
helping athletes focus on the habits of health and well-being that will help them
excel as athletes and scholars.
Outdoor facilities for spring-term athletics include two
baseball diamonds, four lacrosse fields, 14 tennis courts, and the Kip duPont
Boathouse, which houses 20 shells and provides easy access to the 1,500-meter,
six-lane crew course on Noxontown Pond. The pond is also used for recreational
sailing, canoeing, kayaking and swimming.
In the Fall of 2011, St. Andrew's Athletics and Wellness took a transformational step forward with the opening of The Sipprelle Field House, a LEED Gold certified indoor athletic
facility. This state-of-the-art facility includes basketball courts, an indoor track, a weight and cardio-vascular fitness center, and a training room. The Field House will ensure that future St. Andrew's athletes are cared for and ready to compete successfully on the local, national, and international stage.