IU Field Hockey Complex
After playing its first seven seasons in Mellencamp Pavilion and being one of the only field hockey programs in the country to play indoors, the team made the move to the brand new IU Field Hockey Complex during the summer of 2007. The first home game was held August 31, 2007, when the Hoosiers welcomed the University at Albany.
The IU Field Hockey turf, located next to Armstrong Stadium, features a PolyTan internationally certified playing surface and a Nelson Water Cannon system that enables the entire field to be watered for play in under 30 minutes. The field also gives the team a facility of its own to practice at its convenience.
Ireland Family Fieldhouse
The Ireland Family Fieldhouse was completed in August 2009. Located adjacent to the IU Field Hockey turf, the building houses the team's locker room, meeting room for the staff and storage for equipment.
"Our fieldhouse is absolutely state-of-the-art," said IU field hockey head coach Amy Robertson. "We will now have a home where we can do instructional training right at the facility. You can really see the commitment that IU makes to all of its sports and to the field hockey program. This building is a great addition to our already beautiful field. Our student-athletes will have a place where they can go and be together with their teammates, so we're excited in terms of what it does for not just instruction and convenience, but what it will do for team bonding."
The IU Field Hockey Complex is located southwest of Bill Armstrong Stadium and to the west of St. Paul's Catholic Church on 17th Street.
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