Athletic Recreation Center
A new era in intercollegiate athletics and recreation started in August 2003 when University of the Sciences opened a brand new 78,000 square-foot athletic and recreation center. The Athletic Recreation Center, nicknamed the “ARC”, provides fitness and recreational opportunities for the University population and practice space for varsity and intramural sports.
The facility, part of a $30 million campus expansion and beautification project, contains additional classrooms and faculty offices, as well as space for student organizations to meet and for students to gather informally.
Bobby Morgan Arena
This serves as the home of the Devils men's and women's basketball teams and the women's volleyball team. It is named the Bobby Morgan Arena in honor of long-time men's basketball coach and former athletic director Bobby Morgan. Morgan coached 30 seasons at the institution, amassing 598 wins while leading the team to four NAIA National Tournament berths in the late 1980's and early 1990's. As athletic director, Morgan oversaw the institution's transition from NAIA to NCAA Division II and the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference.
Bobby Morgan Arena can seat approximately 1,100 people for intercollegiate athletic contests.
Richie Ashburn Field
University of the Sciences has partnered with the Philadelphia Phillies to host its home games at Richie Ashburn Field in Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park.
Hamlin Center (Penn)
University of the Sciences and the University of Pennsylvania agreed to have the USciences men's and women's tennis teams to play and practice at the Hamlin Center on the campus of UPenn, located less than two miles away from USciences' campus, in July of 2018.
Credit: (Hunter Martin)