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Halsey Field House

Halsey Field House
Halsey Field House
Full name Halsey Field House
Location Annapolis, Maryland
Owner United States Naval Academy
Operator United States Naval Academy
Capacity 5,000
Opened 1957
Navy Midshipmen men's basketball (1956-1991)

Halsey Field House is a multi-purpose arena at the United States Naval Academy, in Annapolis, Maryland, with a seating capacity of 5,000. It was home to the Navy Midshipmen men's basketball team until the Alumni Hall opened in 1991. It is named after FADM William "Bull" Halsey, a World War II United States Navy commander.

Currently it is the home of the indoor track and field teams. It contains a 200-meter synthetic track, squash and tennis courts, a 65 tatami dojo for Aikido/Judo,[1] and a climbing wall.

The North Wing has five basketball courts, five squash courts, dressing rooms, a conditioning room, classrooms for physical education, athletic-gear storage, and office space for instructors.

The weight room is one of three "strength and conditioning facilities" at the academy.[2] With 5,500 square feet (510 m2), it serves men's and women's basketball, men's and women's crew, men's and women's swimming, and squash.[3]

See also


  1. ^ See also: Intercollegiate sports team champions#Judo.
  2. ^ Athletics Department: Strength & Conditioning Facilities. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-14.
  3. ^ Athletics Department: Halsey Fieldhouse Weight Room. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-14.

External links

  • Halsey Field House official webpage. USNA Athletics official webpage. Retrieved 2010-02-13.

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