Top Ten Athletic Facilities [Infographic]

June 19, 2013 |  by  |  Sports
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For today’s infographic we have a list of the top athletic facilities that US universities have to offer. Say you are an athletic senior in high school looking for a place that invests in its athletic programs. This can be a difficult and overwhelming decision. This infographic makes it easy with ten great universities that invest in their sports programs.

First, there’s Clemson University, highlighting their tennis, basketball, football, and water sports. At Clemson there’s a unique facility for almost every sport. University of Southern Florida also has an astounding amount of tennis courts available, as well as a rather large football stadium that was built recently. There’s UNC, with a solid 18-hole golf course, and Auburn with a soccer stadium that fills 1,500 easily. Louisville has one of the top golf programs in the country, while Appalachian State has a four mile stretch that is considered some of the best training terrains on the east coast. The list goes on, naming more stellar programs and facilities across the US.

When it comes down to it, we love sports. To watch your favorite team win in a close match is one of the best pleasures in life. These places are where that can happen for you.

P.S. Where the heck is UT on this list?! We pile so much money into our football program, it’s absurd. Trust me, the stadium is legit. [Patterson Pope]

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  • George Zip

    Are there no schools west of the Mississippi? Or is your world just confined to the east coast?

  • Mark Santander

    East Coast Schools have far more superior Athletic Facilities. Texas is the only school that comes to mind that would compete with these schools.

  • http://www.loot4students.com/ Adam Hammond

    I wish there was a UK version for this!

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