The University of Maryland's athletics facilities provide outstanding practice and competition venues for the Terps' 20 varsity sports programs.
Click on any facility to access seating charts, directions, parking information, and venue histories.
The Princeton Review ranked the University of Maryland athletic facilities tops in the country, as released by the publication in August of 2009.
The survey asked over 122,000 students at 371 colleges to rate their schools on a multitude of topics. The 80-question survey asked students about their institution's academics, campus life, administration, student body and themselves.
Findings are published yearly in The Princeton Review's annual college guide, The Best 371 Colleges - 2010 Edition (Random House/Princeton Review). The survey includes the top 20 colleges on 62 lists.
Maryland beat out Florida, Penn State, Wabash College and Georgia Tech for the best athletic facilities in the nation. Texas A&M, Alabama-Tuscaloosa, Texas Christian, Ohio State and Loyola (Md.) rounded out the top ten.
Maryland also ranked fifth in `Students Pack the Stadiums' and fourth in `Best College Newspaper'.
Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium (Football, Men's Lacrosse)
XFINITY Center (Men's & Women's Basketball, Volleyball, Wrestling, Gymnastics)
Ludwig Field (Men's & Women's Soccer)
Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex (Field Hockey, Women's Lacrosse)
Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium (Baseball)
Maryland Softball Stadium (Softball)
Kehoe Track Complex (Track & Field)
University of Maryland Tennis Courts (Women's Tennis)