A look at Clemson’s $27.5 million women’s sports facilities expansion

The facilities will support the operations of lacrosse, gymnastics, and rowing.


These plans were initially approved in Feb. 2022. | Rendering via Clemson University

Clemson broke ground last month on its $27.5 million women’s sports facilities expansion that will overlook Lake Hartwell and support the women’s lacrosse, gymnastics, and rowing programs.

We’re taking a closer look at what’s coming for student athletes:


Existing trails around the facilities will remain in place. | Renderings via Clemson University

  • The new 10,000-sqft training and athlete recovery center and the student-athlete village will provide designated space for sports science, nutrition, sports medicine, and strength and conditioning for the three programs.

Lacrosse will move into its facility later this year. | Renderings via Clemson University

  • The new lacrosse stadium features bleacher seating and artificial turf, plus a 9,000-sqft operations complex with coaches offices, locker rooms, a player lounge, and other amenities.

Gymnastics will begin competition in the 2023-2024 academic year. | Renderings via Clemson University

  • The new 21,000-sqft gymnastics facility features a practice gym, locker room, lounge, training room, and offices.
  • The renovated rowing center will receive updates to the training room, building infrastructure, and other cosmetic changes.
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