WU Field House
After a major renovation of athletic facilities 22 years ago, the Washington University Field House is considered one of the finest small college facilities in the nation. The facility was completely renovated in 1984 when a new field house was built from the original structure.
The Field House can accommodate seating for 3,000 fans and has a floor size of 17,250 square feet. The Field House has a rich and storied past, as it was the site of several NBA games and outstanding Missouri high school state championships, not to mention the numerous Bear games with Illinois, Missouri, Princeton, Harvard, Purdue, Arkansas and others. The Field House hosted the first presidential debate of the 1992 campaign, the third and final debate of the 2000 presidential campaign, and the second debate of the 2004 presidential campaign.
The WU Field House is also home to the Teri Clemens Volleyball Invitational, the Lopata Basketball Classic and the McWilliams Classic, two of the most prestigious basketball tournaments in the nation.