Facilities at the University of Maryland


The University of Maryland’s $155 million vision of the New Cole Field House will renovate and expand Cole Field House to include the Terrapin Performance Center, the Center for Sports Medicine, Health and Human Performance, and the future home of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The facility will also feature an indoor, all-season, regulation-size football practice field; adjacent strength, conditioning, and hydrotherapy facilities; advanced physical assessment and diagnostic technology; and a holistic performance approach including academic, career, and nutritional support. Additionally, the center will contain at least 16,000 square feet of research space to study and prevent concussion and traumatic brain injury, human physiology and performance, and medical biomechanics.



Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium, nestled in the corner of the University of Maryland's campus, has been home to national championship football and men's and women's lacrosse teams, and to more than 50 conference track and field champions. It is also a regular site for the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Final Four, where several attendance records have been shattered.