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Spectators can view regular season events for the sports listed below free of charge. Special tournament, ACC Championship, or NCAA Championship events for the sports listed below may have an admission charge.

  • Cross Country - competes at Panorama Farms in Earlysville and its exceptionally spectator friendly courses.
  • Field Hockey - competes at the Turf Field located next to Onesty and University Halls within the sports complex.
  • Golf - the men's and women's teams both practice at Birdwood Golf Course located on 250 West.
  • Rowing - trains at the Rivanna Reservoir and competes locally at Lake Monticello.
  • Softball - calls The Park home for games.
  • Swimming and Diving - both the men's and women's teams compete dual meets at the Aquatic and Fitness Center on Alderman Road.
  • Tennis - both the men's and women's teams call Sheridan Snyder Tennis Center home. Both teams also compete at the Boyd Tinsley Courts at the Boar's Head Sports Club for indoor matches.
  • Track and Field - both the men's and women's teams compete at Lannigan Track located on Copeley Road.
  • Wrestling - competes at Memorial Gymnasium on Emmet Street.

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