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Soccer/Lacrosse Field
After two years of alternating between the tight dimensions of the former soccer/lacrosse field enclosed by the school's outdoor track, and the occasional rainy day affairs on the hard artificial turf of Vanderbilt Stadium, the Commodore lacrosse program finds itself with a new, permanent home in 1999.

Athletic Training Facilities
Thanks to a joint venture between the Vanderbilt Medical Center and the Athletic Department, athletes receive first-rate treatment in the McGugin. The prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries is coordinated by the Medical Center, utilizing the athletic department training room and the Sports Medicine Center.

Weight Room
Strength and Conditioning Part of the foundation of Vanderbilt's success on the playing field can be traced to the work done in the McGugin weight room.

 

 

 

Soccer/Lacrosse Field

The new Vanderbilt Soccer/Lacrosse field, completed last September, will see its first lacrosse action this season. Already the new field has seen its share of action. Both the men's and women's soccer teams played on the new field this past fall. The inaugural game was played on September 20, 1998, when the nationally ranked women's soccer team took on SEC-rival Florida, in a game regionally televised on Fox's Sports-South. In November, the field hosted it's first post-season event, as Vandy's women defeated UNC Greensboro in the first round of the NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament. The new field will provide larger dimensions, a modern drainage system, a new scoreboard, seating for up to 1000 fans, and separate entrances for fans and players. The new field is located directly behind the McGugin Center, and provides fans, players, coaches, and support staff with a more convenient location for games.

 
 
 

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