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Golden Dome Athletic Center

Rutger's Golden Dome Athletic Center

The Golden Dome Athletic Center in Newark, New Jersey is the hub of Rutgers–Newark athletics and teams, the Scarlet Raiders. It is located a 42 Warren Street between Downtown and University Heights. Built in 1977, it seats 2,000. The facility includes two gyms, five outdoor tennis courts, four racquetball courts, an exercise/dance studio and a 25-yard, eight-lane pool.

Alumni Field across the street is the venue for NCAA baseball, softball and soccer games. Soccer and softball games are held on Alumni Field. Rutgers–Newark baseball team plays at Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium[1]

See also


  1. ^ Rutgers–Newark Athletic Facilities. Accessed 2013-12-12

External links

  • Rutger-Newark Athletics
  • Wikimapia
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