Athletics

Facilities

Designed for All Athletes

Indoor athletic facilities are housed in our Student Center, which opened in Fall 2016. The Student Center contains two gymnasiums, Lion's Court and Holden Court. Each gymnasium is equipped with LED lighting and a state-of-the-art sound system. Lion's Court and Holden Court are both regulation basketball and volleyball courts, with Lion's Court having the capacity to seat up to 550 spectators. The Student Center also has a dance studio, fitness center, locker rooms, team rooms and a training room (more information on athletic training can be found here).
 
Outdoor athletic facilities consist of two synthetic turf fields, Brumbaugh Field and Hope Field. Brumbaugh Field has stadium seating for spectators and is home to our lacrosse and soccer programs. Hope Field is the largest of our two turf fields and has a regulation baseball diamond with batting cage, as well as softball, soccer and lacrosse fields. It also features a beautiful stone overlook.
  • Brumbaugh Field

    Brumbaugh Field has stadium seating for spectators and is home to our lacrosse and soccer programs.

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  • Lion's Court

    Lion's Court is a regulation basketball and volleyball court with the capacity to seat up to 550 spectators.

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  • Dance Studio

    This sunlit space is home to our dance and wrestling programs.

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  • Hope Field

    The largest of our two fields, Hope features a regulation baseball diamond with a batting cage as well as softball, soccer and lacrosse fields.

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  • Holden Court

    This regulation basketball and volleyball court is named for former Assistant Head of School John Holden.

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  • Fitness Center

    All students can utilize this space for fitness classes, team practices, off-season training, or individual workouts.

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St. Andrew’s Episcopal School is a private, coeducational college preparatory day school for students in preschool (Age 2) through grade 12, located in Potomac, Maryland.