Keefe Field

Home of:
Men's Soccer

Facility facts:
Permanent metal bleachers line midfield along the far side of the competition-quality sod field, while traditional blue chain-link fencing surrounds the playing area, with 20-foot net screens behind each goal frame. The field is complemented by team bench and scoring table seating shelters, a six-foot wooden fence stretching behind the team benches, and an electronic scoreboard.

Trustee Harry V. Keefe made possible the renovation of the soccer field south of the Meadows complex in memory of his first wife, Jean Mulcahy Keefe '44, and in honor of her class's 45th reunion in 1989. The field was dedicated in September 1988. A generous gift provided by women's lacrosse parents Tom and Jeri Konig led to additional renovations, with the upgraded facility being rededicated on September 30, 2006.