List of NCAA Division I basketball arenas

This is a list of arenas that currently serve as the home venue for NCAA Division I college basketball teams. Conference affiliations reflect those in the upcoming 2019–20 season. The arenas serve as home venues for both the men's and women's teams except where noted. In addition, venues which are not located on campus or are used infrequently during the season have been listed.

Current arenas

Off-campus arena
Conte Forum Chestnut Hill MA Boston College ACC 8,606 1988
Littlejohn Coliseum Clemson SC Clemson ACC 10,000 1968
Cameron Indoor Stadium Durham NC Duke ACC 9,314 1940
Donald L. Tucker Civic Center Tallahassee FL Florida State ACC 12,100 1981
Hank McCamish Pavilion Atlanta GA Georgia Tech ACC 8,600 1956
KFC Yum! Center Louisville KY Louisville ACC 22,090 2010
Watsco Center Coral Gables FL Miami (FL) ACC 7,972 2003
Dean Smith Center Chapel Hill NC North Carolina (men) ACC 21,750 1986
PNC Arena Raleigh NC North Carolina State men ACC 19,557 1999
Edmund P. Joyce Center Notre Dame IN Notre Dame ACC 9,149 1968
Petersen Events Center Pittsburgh PA Pittsburgh ACC 12,508 2002
Carrier Dome Syracuse NY Syracuse ACC 35,446 1980
John Paul Jones Arena Charlottesville VA Virginia ACC 14,593 2006
Cassell Coliseum Blacksburg VA Virginia Tech ACC 10,052 1962
Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum Winston-Salem NC Wake Forest ACC 14,665 1989
SEFCU Arena Guilderland NY Albany America East 4,538 1992
Binghamton University Events Center Vestal NY Binghamton America East 5,142 2004
Chase Arena Hartford CT Hartford America East 4,017 1990
Cross Insurance Center Bangor ME Maine America East 5,800 2013
Lundholm Gym Durham NH New Hampshire America East 3,500 1938
Island Federal Credit Union Arena Stony Brook NY Stony Brook America East 4,160 1967
Costello Athletic Center Lowell MA UMass Lowell America East 2,100 1964
Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell Lowell MA UMass Lowell America East 6,496 1998
UMBC Event Center Catonsville MD UMBC America East 5,000 2018
Patrick Gym Burlington VT Vermont America East 3,228 1963
Fifth Third Arena Cincinnati OH Cincinnati The American 12,012 1989
Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum Greenville NC East Carolina The American 8,000 1968
Fertitta Center Houston TX Houston The American 7,100 1969
FedExForum Memphis TN Memphis men The American 18,119 2004
Moody Coliseum University Park TX SMU The American 7,000 1956
Yuengling Center Tampa FL South Florida The American 10,411 1980
Liacouras Center[lower-alpha 1] Philadelphia PA Temple The American 10,205 1997
Devlin Fieldhouse New Orleans LA Tulane The American 3,600 1933
Reynolds Center Tulsa OK Tulsa The American 8,355 1998
Addition Financial Arena Orlando FL UCF The American 9,465 2007
Harry A. Gampel Pavilion[lower-alpha 2] Storrs CT UConn The American[lower-alpha 3] 10,167 1990
Charles Koch Arena[lower-alpha 4] Wichita KS Wichita State The American 10,506 1955
John M. Belk Arena Davidson NC Davidson Atlantic 10 5,223 1989
University of Dayton Arena Dayton OH Dayton Atlantic 10 13,435 1969
Palumbo Center[lower-alpha 5] Pittsburgh PA Duquesne Atlantic 10 4,406 1988
Rose Hill Gymnasium Bronx NY Fordham Atlantic 10 3,200 1925
EagleBank Arena Fairfax VA George Mason Atlantic 10 10,000 1985
Charles E. Smith Center Washington DC George Washington Atlantic 10 5,000 1975
Tom Gola Arena Philadelphia PA La Salle Atlantic 10 3,400 1998
William D. Mullins Memorial Center Amherst MA Massachusetts Atlantic 10 9,493 1993
Ryan Center Kingston RI Rhode Island Atlantic 10 7,657 2002
Robins Center Richmond VA Richmond Atlantic 10 7,201 1972
Reilly Center St. Bonaventure NY St. Bonaventure Atlantic 10 5,480 1966
Hagan Arena Philadelphia PA Saint Joseph's Atlantic 10 4,200 1949
Chaifetz Arena St. Louis MO Saint Louis Atlantic 10 10,600 2008
Siegel Center Richmond VA Virginia Commonwealth Atlantic 10 7,617 1999
Alico Arena Fort Myers FL Florida Gulf Coast ASUN 4,500 2002
Swisher Gymnasium Jacksonville FL Jacksonville ASUN 1,500 1953
KSU Convocation Center Kennesaw GA Kennesaw State ASUN 4,792 2003
Vines Center Lynchburg VA Liberty ASUN 9,547 1990
Flowers Hall Florence AL North Alabama ASUN 3,900 1972
Allen Arena Nashville TN Lipscomb ASUN 5,028 2001
Wellness and Events Center Newark NJ NJIT ASUN 3,500 2017
UNF Arena Jacksonville FL North Florida ASUN 5,800 1993
Edmunds Center DeLand FL Stetson ASUN 5,000 1974
Ferrell Center Waco TX Baylor Big 12 10,347 1988
Hilton Coliseum Ames IA Iowa State Big 12 14,376 1971
Allen Fieldhouse Lawrence KS Kansas Big 12 16,300 1955
Bramlage Coliseum Manhattan KS Kansas State Big 12 12,528 1988
Lloyd Noble Center Norman OK Oklahoma Big 12 11,528 1973
Gallagher-Iba Arena Stillwater OK Oklahoma State Big 12 13,611 1938
Frank Erwin Center Austin TX Texas Big 12 16,734 1977
Schollmaier Arena Fort Worth TX TCU Big 12 8,500 1961
United Supermarkets Arena Lubbock TX Texas Tech Big 12 15,020 1999
WVU Coliseum Morgantown WV West Virginia Big 12 14,000 1970
Hinkle Fieldhouse Indianapolis IN Butler Big East 9,100 1928
CHI Health Center Omaha Omaha NE Creighton men Big East 18,320 2003
Wintrust Arena[lower-alpha 6] Chicago IL DePaul Big East 10,387 2017
Capital One Arena Washington DC Georgetown men Big East 20,308 1997
Fiserv Forum Milwaukee WI Marquette men Big East 17,500 2018
Dunkin' Donuts Center Providence RI Providence men Big East 12,400 1972
Prudential Center Newark NJ Seton Hall men Big East 18,711 2007
Madison Square Garden[lower-alpha 7] New York NY St. John's men Big East 19,812 1968
Finneran Pavilion[lower-alpha 8] Villanova PA Villanova Big East 6,500 1986
Cintas Center Cincinnati OH Xavier Big East 10,250 2000
Reese Court Cheney WA Eastern Washington Big Sky 6,000 1981
Cowan Spectrum[lower-alpha 9] Moscow ID Idaho Big Sky 7,000 1975
Holt Arena Pocatello ID Idaho State men Big Sky 8,000 1970
Dahlberg Arena Missoula MT Montana Big Sky 7,321 1953
Worthington Arena Bozeman MT Montana State Big Sky 7,250 1957
Walkup Skydome Flagstaff AZ Northern Arizona Big Sky 11,230 1977
Bank of Colorado Arena Greeley CO Northern Colorado Big Sky 2,992 1975
Viking Pavilion Portland OR Portland State Big Sky 3,094 1966
Hornets Nest Sacramento CA Sacramento State Big Sky 1,012[1] 1955
America First Event Center Cedar City UT Southern Utah Big Sky 5,300 1985
Dee Events Center Ogden UT Weber State Big Sky 11,500 1977
John W. Pope, Jr. Convocation Center Buies Creek NC Campbell Big South 3,095 2008
CSU Field House North Charleston SC Charleston Southern Big South 881 1965
Paul Porter Arena Boiling Springs NC Gardner–Webb Big South 5,000 1982
Hampton Convocation Center Hampton VA Hampton Big South 7,200 1993
Millis Athletic Convocation Center High Point NC High Point Big South 1,750 1992
Willett Hall Farmville VA Longwood Big South 1,807 1980
Templeton Physical Education Center Clinton SC Presbyterian Big South 2,300 1975
Dedmon Center Radford VA Radford Big South 3,205 1981
Kimmel Arena Asheville NC UNC Asheville Big South 3,200 2011
G. B. Hodge Center Spartanburg SC USC Upstate Big South 878 1973
Winthrop Coliseum Rock Hill SC Winthrop Big South 6,100 1982
State Farm Center Champaign IL Illinois Big Ten 16,618 1963
Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall Bloomington IN Indiana Big Ten 17,472 1971
Carver–Hawkeye Arena Iowa City IA Iowa Big Ten 15,500 1983
Xfinity Center College Park MD Maryland Big Ten 17,950 2002
Crisler Center Ann Arbor MI Michigan Big Ten 12,707 1967
Breslin Student Events Center East Lansing MI Michigan State Big Ten 14,797 1989
Williams Arena Minneapolis MN Minnesota Big Ten 14,625 1928
Pinnacle Bank Arena Lincoln NE Nebraska Big Ten 15,147 2013
Welsh-Ryan Arena Evanston IL Northwestern Big Ten 7,039 1952
Value City Arena Columbus OH Ohio State Big Ten 18,809 1998
Bryce Jordan Center University Park PA Penn State Big Ten 15,261 1996
Mackey Arena West Lafayette IN Purdue Big Ten 14,848 1967
Louis Brown Athletic Center Piscataway NJ Rutgers Big Ten 8,000 1977
Kohl Center Madison WI Wisconsin Big Ten 17,249 1998
Robert A. Mott Athletics Center San Luis Obispo CA Cal Poly Big West 3,032 1960
Titan Gym Fullerton CA Cal State Fullerton Big West 4,000 1964
Matadome Northridge CA Cal State Northridge Big West 2,400 1962
Stan Sheriff Center Honolulu HI Hawaii men
Hawaii women
Big West 10,300 1994
Walter Pyramid Long Beach CA Long Beach State Big West 5,000 1994
The Pavilion at ARC Davis CA UC Davis Big West 7,600 1977
Bren Events Center Irvine CA UC Irvine Big West 4,984 1987
Student Recreation Center Arena Riverside CA UC Riverside Big West 3,168 1994
UC Santa Barbara Events Center Santa Barbara CA UC Santa Barbara Big West 5,600 1979
TD Arena Charleston SC Charleston CAA 5,100 2008
Bob Carpenter Center Newark DE Delaware CAA 5,000 1992
Daskalakis Athletic Center Philadelphia PA Drexel CAA 2,509 1974
Schar Center Elon NC Elon CAA 5,100 2018
Hofstra Arena Hempstead NY Hofstra CAA 5,124 2000
James Madison University Convocation Center Harrisonburg VA James Madison CAA 7,156 1982
Matthews Arena Boston MA Northeastern men CAA 6,000 1910
SECU Arena Towson MD Towson CAA 5,200 2013
Trask Coliseum Wilmington NC UNC Wilmington CAA 5,200 1977
Kaplan Arena Williamsburg VA William & Mary CAA 8,600 1971
Dale F. Halton Arena Charlotte NC Charlotte C-USA 9,105 1996
FAU Arena Boca Raton FL Florida Atlantic C-USA 5,000 1984
Ocean Bank Convocation Center Miami FL Florida International C-USA 5,000 1986
Thomas Assembly Center Ruston LA Louisiana Tech C-USA 8,098 1982
Cam Henderson Center Huntington WV Marshall C-USA 9,048 1981
Murphy Center Murfreesboro TN Middle Tennessee C-USA 11,520 1972
UNT Coliseum Denton TX North Texas C-USA 10,032 1973
Ted Constant Convocation Center Norfolk VA Old Dominion C-USA 8,472 2002
Tudor Fieldhouse Houston TX Rice C-USA 5,750 1950
Reed Green Coliseum Hattiesburg MS Southern Miss C-USA 8,095 1965
Bartow Arena Birmingham AL UAB C-USA 8,508 1988
Don Haskins Center El Paso TX UTEP C-USA 12,222 1976
Convocation Center San Antonio TX UTSA C-USA 4,080 1975
E. A. Diddle Arena Bowling Green KY Western Kentucky C-USA 7,326 1963
Wolstein Center Cleveland OH Cleveland State Horizon 13,610 1991
Calihan Hall Detroit MI Detroit Mercy Horizon 8,295 1952
Resch Center Ashwaubenon WI Green Bay men Horizon 9,729 2002
Indiana Farmers Coliseum Indianapolis IN IUPUI men Horizon 6,841 1939
UW–Milwaukee Panther Arena Milwaukee WI Milwaukee men Horizon 10,783 1950
BB&T Arena Highland Heights KY Northern Kentucky Horizon 9,400 2008
Athletics Center O'rena Rochester MI Oakland Horizon 4,005 1998
UIC Pavilion Chicago IL UIC Horizon 6,958 1982
Nutter Center Fairborn OH Wright State Horizon 10,400 1990
Beeghly Center Youngstown OH Youngstown State Horizon 6,500 1972
Pizzitola Sports Center Providence RI Brown Ivy 2,800 1989
Levien Gymnasium New York NY Columbia Ivy 3,408 1974
Newman Arena Ithaca NY Cornell Ivy 4,473 1990
Leede Arena Hanover NH Dartmouth Ivy 2,100 1986
Lavietes Pavilion Allston MA Harvard Ivy 2,195 1982
Palestra Philadelphia PA Penn Ivy 8,722 1927
Jadwin Gymnasium Princeton NJ Princeton Ivy 6,854 1969
Payne Whitney Gymnasium New Haven CT Yale Ivy 2,532 1932
Koessler Athletic Center Buffalo NY Canisius MAAC 2,176 1968
Webster Bank Arena Bridgeport CT Fairfield MAAC 9,000 2001
Hynes Athletic Center New Rochelle NY Iona MAAC 2,611 1974
Draddy Gymnasium Bronx NY Manhattan MAAC 2,345 1978[2]
McCann Arena Poughkeepsie NY Marist MAAC 3,200 1977[3]
OceanFirst Bank Center West Long Branch NJ Monmouth MAAC 4,100 2009
Gallagher Center Lewiston NY Niagara MAAC 2,400 1949
TD Bank Sports Center Hamden CT Quinnipiac MAAC 3,570 2007
Alumni Gymnasium Lawrenceville NJ Rider MAAC 1,950 1958
Times Union Center Albany NY Siena men MAAC 15,229 1990
Yanitelli Center Jersey City NJ Saint Peter's MAAC 3,200 1975
James A. Rhodes Arena Akron OH Akron MAC 5,500 1983
John E. Worthen Arena Muncie IN Ball State MAC 11,500 1991
Stroh Center Bowling Green OH Bowling Green MAC 4,700 2011
Alumni Arena Amherst NY Buffalo MAC 6,100 1982
McGuirk Arena Mount Pleasant MI Central Michigan MAC 5,300 1973
Convocation Center Ypsilanti MI Eastern Michigan MAC 8,824 1998
Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center Kent OH Kent State MAC 6,327 1950
Millett Hall Oxford OH Miami (Ohio) MAC 6,400 1968
Convocation Center DeKalb IL Northern Illinois MAC 10,000 2002
Convocation Center Athens OH Ohio MAC 13,080 1968
Savage Arena Toledo OH Toledo MAC 7,300 1976
University Arena Kalamazoo MI Western Michigan MAC 5,421 1957
Moore Gymnasium Daytona FL Bethune-Cookman MEAC 3,000 1953[4]
Physical Education Complex Baltimore MD Coppin State MEAC 4,100 2009
Memorial Hall Dover DE Delaware State MEAC 3,000 1982[5]
Teaching Gym Tallahassee FL Florida A&M MEAC 9,639 2009
Burr Gymnasium Washington DC Howard MEAC 2,700 1963
Hytche Athletic Center Princess Anne MD Maryland Eastern Shore MEAC 5,500 1999[6]
Talmadge L. Hill Field House Baltimore MD Morgan State MEAC 4,250 1975[7]
Joseph G. Echols Memorial Hall Norfolk VA Norfolk State MEAC 7,000 1982
Corbett Sports Center Greensboro NC North Carolina A&T MEAC 5,700 1978
McDougald–McLendon Arena Durham NC North Carolina Central MEAC 3,056 1955
SHM Memorial Center Orangeburg SC South Carolina State MEAC 3,200 1968
Carver Arena Peoria IL Bradley men Missouri Valley 11,164 1982
Knapp Center Des Moines IA Drake Missouri Valley 7,152 1992
Ford Center Evansville IN Evansville Missouri Valley 10,000 2011
Redbird Arena Normal IL Illinois State Missouri Valley 10,200 1989
Hulman Center Terre Haute IN Indiana State Missouri Valley 10,200 1973
Joseph J. Gentile Arena Chicago IL Loyola (Chicago) Missouri Valley 4,486 1996
JQH Arena Springfield MO Missouri State Missouri Valley 11,000 2008
McLeod Center Cedar Falls IA Northern Iowa Missouri Valley 6,650 2006
SIU Arena Carbondale IL Southern Illinois Missouri Valley 8,339 1964
Athletics–Recreation Center Valparaiso IN Valparaiso Missouri Valley 5,000 1984
Clune Arena Colorado Springs CO Air Force Mountain West 5,858 1968
ExtraMile Arena Boise ID Boise State Mountain West 12,480 1982
Moby Arena Fort Collins CO Colorado State Mountain West 8,745 1966
Save Mart Center Fresno CA Fresno State Mountain West 15,544 2003
Lawlor Events Center Reno NV Nevada Mountain West 11,536 1983
Dreamstyle Arena Albuquerque NM New Mexico Mountain West 15,411 1966
Viejas Arena San Diego CA San Diego State Mountain West 12,414 1997
Event Center Arena San Jose CA San Jose State Mountain West 5,000 1989
Thomas & Mack Center Paradise NV UNLV men Mountain West 18,776 1983
Smith Spectrum Logan UT Utah State Mountain West 10,270 1968
Arena-Auditorium Laramie WY Wyoming Mountain West 15,028 1982
Chace Athletic Center Smithfield RI Bryant Northeast 2,700 2001
William H. Detrick Gymnasium New Britain CT Central Connecticut Northeast 2,654 1965
Rothman Center Hackensack NJ Fairleigh Dickinson Northeast 5,000 1987
Steinberg Wellness Center Brooklyn NY LIU[lower-alpha 10] (2019) Northeast 2,500 2006
Hammel Court North Andover MA Merrimack Northeast (2019) 1,200 1972
Knott Arena Emmitsburg MD Mount St. Mary's Northeast 3,121 1987
UPMC Events Center Moon Township PA Robert Morris Northeast 4,000 2019
William H. Pitt Center Fairfield CT Sacred Heart Northeast 2,062 1997
Generoso Pope Athletic Complex Brooklyn NY St. Francis Brooklyn Northeast 1,200 1971
DeGol Arena Loretto PA Saint Francis (PA) Northeast 3,500 1972
Spiro Sports Center Staten Island NY Wagner Northeast 2,100 1999
Dunn Center Clarksville TN Austin Peay Ohio Valley 9,000 1975
Curb Event Center Nashville TN Belmont Ohio Valley 5,085 2003
Lantz Arena Charleston IL Eastern Illinois Ohio Valley 5,300 1967
Alumni Coliseum Richmond KY Eastern Kentucky Ohio Valley 6,500 1963
Pete Mathews Coliseum Jacksonville AL Jacksonville State Ohio Valley 5,300 1974
Ellis Johnson Arena Morehead KY Morehead State Ohio Valley 6,500 1981
CFSB Center Murray KY Murray State Ohio Valley 8,602 1998
Show Me Center Cape Girardeau MO Southeast Missouri State Ohio Valley 6,972 1987
Vadalabene Center Edwardsville IL SIU Edwardsville Ohio Valley 4,000 1984
Tom and Kathleen Elam Center Martin TN Tennessee-Martin Ohio Valley 5,000 1969
Gentry Complex Nashville TN Tennessee State Ohio Valley 10,500 1980
Eblen Center Cookeville TN Tennessee Tech Ohio Valley 9,282 1977
McKale Center Tucson AZ Arizona Pac-12 14,545 1973
Wells Fargo Arena Tempe AZ Arizona State Pac-12 10,754 1974
Haas Pavilion Berkeley CA California Pac-12 11,877 1933
CU Events Center Boulder CO Colorado Pac-12 11,064 1979
Matthew Knight Arena Eugene OR Oregon Pac-12 12,369 2011
Gill Coliseum Corvallis OR Oregon State Pac-12 9,604 1949
Maples Pavilion Stanford CA Stanford Pac-12 7,329 1969
Pauley Pavilion Los Angeles CA UCLA Pac-12 13,800[8] 1965
Galen Center Los Angeles CA USC Pac-12 10,258 2006
Jon M. Huntsman Center Salt Lake City UT Utah Pac-12 15,000 1969
Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion Seattle WA Washington Pac-12 10,000 1927
Beasley Coliseum Pullman WA Washington State Pac-12 11,671 1973
Bender Arena Washington DC American Patriot 4,500 1988
Christl Arena West Point NY Army Patriot 5,043 1985
Case Gym Boston MA Boston University Patriot 1,800 1972
Sojka Pavilion Lewisburg PA Bucknell Patriot 4,000 2003
Cotterell Court Hamilton NY Colgate Patriot 1,750 1959
Hart Center Worcester MA Holy Cross Patriot 3,600 1975
Kirby Sports Center Easton PA Lafayette Patriot 3,500 1973
Stabler Arena Bethlehem PA Lehigh Patriot 6,000 1979
Reitz Arena Baltimore MD Loyola (Maryland) Patriot 3,000 1984[9]
Alumni Hall Annapolis MD Navy Patriot 5,710 1991
Coleman Coliseum Tuscaloosa AL Alabama SEC 15,383 1968
Bud Walton Arena Fayetteville AR Arkansas SEC 19,368 1993
Auburn Arena Auburn AL Auburn SEC 9,121 2010
O'Connell Center Gainesville FL Florida SEC 12,000 1980
Stegeman Coliseum Athens GA Georgia SEC 10,523 1964
Rupp Arena Lexington KY Kentucky men[lower-alpha 11] SEC 20,545[10] 1976
Pete Maravich Assembly Center Baton Rouge LA LSU SEC 13,215 1972
The Pavilion at Ole Miss Oxford MS Mississippi SEC 9,500 2016
Humphrey Coliseum Starkville MS Mississippi State SEC 10,575 1975
Mizzou Arena Columbia MO Missouri SEC 15,061 2004
Colonial Life Arena Columbia SC South Carolina SEC 18,000 2002
Thompson–Boling Arena Knoxville TN Tennessee SEC 21,678 1987
Reed Arena College Station TX Texas A&M SEC 12,989 1998
Memorial Gymnasium Nashville TN Vanderbilt SEC 14,316 1952
McKenzie Arena Chattanooga TN Chattanooga Southern 10,928 1982
McAlister Field House Charleston SC The Citadel Southern 6,000 1939
Freedom Hall Civic Center Johnson City TN East Tennessee State Southern 6,149 1974
Timmons Arena Greenville SC Furman Southern 4,000 1998
Hawkins Arena Macon GA Mercer Southern 3,500 2004
Pete Hanna Center Homewood AL Samford Southern 4,974 2007
Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro NC UNC Greensboro Southern 7,613 1959
Cameron Hall Lexington VA VMI Southern 5,800 1981
Ramsey Center Cullowhee NC Western Carolina Southern 7,826 1986
Jerry Richardson Indoor Stadium Spartanburg SC Wofford Southern 3,400 2017
Moody Coliseum Abilene TX Abilene Christian Southland 4,600 1968
Farris Center Conway AR Central Arkansas Southland 6,000 1972
Sharp Gymnasium Houston TX Houston Baptist Southland 1,000 1963[11]
McDermott Center San Antonio TX Incarnate Word Southland 2,000 1989
Montagne Center Beaumont TX Lamar Southland 10,746 1984
Health and Human Performance Education Complex Lake Charles LA McNeese State Southland 4,200 2018
Lakefront Arena New Orleans LA New Orleans Southland 8,933 1983
Stopher Gymnasium Thibodaux LA Nicholls Southland 3,800 1967[12]
Prather Coliseum Natchitoches LA Northwestern State Southland 3,900 1964
Bernard Johnson Coliseum Huntsville TX Sam Houston State Southland 6,100 1976
University Center Hammond LA Southeastern Louisiana Southland 7,500 1982
William R. Johnson Coliseum Nacogdoches TX Stephen F. Austin Southland 7,203 1974
American Bank Center Arena[lower-alpha 12] Corpus Christi TX Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Southland 8,000 2004
Magness Arena Denver CO Denver Summit 7,200 1999
Betty Engelstad Sioux Center Grand Forks ND North Dakota Summit 3,300 2004
Scheels Center Fargo ND North Dakota State Summit 5,700 2016
Baxter Arena Omaha NE Omaha Summit 7,500[13] 2015
Mabee Center Tulsa OK Oral Roberts Summit 10,554 1972
Hilliard Gates Sports Center Fort Wayne IN Purdue Fort Wayne Summit[lower-alpha 13] 2,300 1981
Sanford Coyote Sports Center Vermillion SD South Dakota Summit 6,000 2016
Frost Arena Brookings SD South Dakota State Summit 6,500 1973
Western Hall Macomb IL Western Illinois Summit 5,139 1964
George M. Holmes Convocation Center Boone NC Appalachian State Sun Belt 8,325 2000
First National Bank Arena Jonesboro AR Arkansas State Sun Belt 10,563 1987
HTC Center Conway SC Coastal Carolina Sun Belt 3,600 2012
Hanner Fieldhouse Statesboro GA Georgia Southern Sun Belt 4,325[14] 1969
GSU Sports Arena Atlanta GA Georgia State Sun Belt 3,854[15] 1973
Jack Stephens Center Little Rock AR Little Rock Sun Belt 5,600 2005
Cajundome Lafayette LA Louisiana Sun Belt 13,500 1985
Fant–Ewing Coliseum Monroe LA Louisiana–Monroe Sun Belt 7,085 1971
Mitchell Center Mobile AL South Alabama Sun Belt 10,041 1998
College Park Center Arlington TX Texas-Arlington Sun Belt 7,000 2012
Strahan Coliseum San Marcos TX Texas State Sun Belt 7,200 1982
Trojan Arena Troy AL Troy Sun Belt 5,200[16] 2012
Elmore Gymnasium Normal AL Alabama A&M SWAC 6,000 1973[17]
Dunn–Oliver Acadome Montgomery AL Alabama State SWAC 7,400 1992
Davey Whitney Complex Lorman MS Alcorn State SWAC 7,000 1975
K. L. Johnson Complex Pine Bluff AR Arkansas-Pine Bluff SWAC 4,500 1982
Fredrick C. Hobdy Assembly Center Grambling LA Grambling SWAC 7,500 2007
Williams Assembly Center Jackson MS Jackson State SWAC 8,000 1981
Harrison HPER Complex Itta Bena MS Mississippi Valley State SWAC 5,000 1970[18]
William J. Nicks Building Prairie View TX Prairie View A&M SWAC 6,500 1968[19]
F. G. Clark Center Baton Rouge LA Southern SWAC 7,500 1975
Health and Physical Education Arena Houston TX Texas Southern SWAC 8,100 1989
Marriott Center Provo UT BYU West Coast 19,000 1971
McCarthey Athletic Center Spokane WA Gonzaga West Coast 6,000 2004
Gersten Pavilion Los Angeles CA Loyola Marymount West Coast 4,156 1981
Alex G. Spanos Center Stockton CA Pacific West Coast 6,150 1981
Firestone Fieldhouse Malibu CA Pepperdine West Coast 3,104 1973
Chiles Center Portland OR Portland West Coast 4,852 1984
McKeon Pavilion Moraga CA Saint Mary's West Coast 3,500 1978
Jenny Craig Pavilion San Diego CA San Diego West Coast 5,100 2000
War Memorial Gymnasium San Francisco CA San Francisco West Coast 5,300 1958
Leavey Center Santa Clara CA Santa Clara West Coast 4,500 1975
Icardo Center Bakersfield CA Cal State Bakersfield WAC[lower-alpha 14] 3,800 1989
CBU Events Center Riverside CA California Baptist WAC 5,050[20] 2017
Emil and Patricia Jones Convocation Center Chicago IL Chicago State WAC 7,000 2007
GCU Arena Phoenix AZ Grand Canyon WAC 7,500 2011
Municipal Auditorium Kansas City MO Kansas City men WAC[lower-alpha 15] 9,987 1936
Pan American Center Las Cruces NM New Mexico State WAC 12,482 1968
Redhawk Center Seattle WA Seattle WAC 999 1959
UCCU Center Orem UT Utah Valley WAC 8,500 1996
UTRGV Fieldhouse Edinburg TX UTRGV WAC 2,500 1969
  1. Temple splits its women's home games between the Liacouras Center and another on-campus facility, McGonigle Hall.
  2. UConn splits its men's and women's home games between the Gampel Pavilion and the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut.
  3. UConn will move from The American to the Big East Conference in 2020.
  4. Wichita State plays one men's game each season off-campus at Intrust Bank Arena.
  5. Closed for renovation during the 2019–20 season. Upon reopening in 2020–21, will be renamed UPMC Cooper Fieldhouse.
  6. DePaul splits its women's home games between Wintrust Arena and the on-campus McGrath–Phillips Arena.
  7. St. John's men generally play their Big East home schedule in Madison Square Garden and their non-conference home schedule on campus at Carnesecca Arena.
  8. For certain high-profile home games, Villanova uses the Wells Fargo Center.
  9. Idaho plays its early-season home games at Memorial Gymnasium while the Kibbie Dome, known as Cowan Spectrum for basketball games, is in use by the football team. In seasons that end in even-numbered calendar years, the first men's game at Cowan Spectrum is the rivalry game against Washington State.
  10. After the 2018–19 school year, the LIU Post athletic program will be merged into the Division I athletic program of its sister campus, LIU Brooklyn, creating a new Division I program that will compete as the LIU Sharks. The merged teams will continue LIU Brooklyn's membership in the Northeast Conference, with the basketball team being based in Brooklyn.
  11. The Kentucky women's team plays one or two games each season at Rupp Arena.
  12. Texas A&M–Corpus Christi uses the on campus Dugan Wellness Center as an alternate home court for both men's and women's teams.
  13. Purdue Fort Wayne will move from the Summit League to the Horizon League in 2020.
  14. CSU Bakersfield will move from the WAC to the Big West Conference in 2020.
  15. Kansas City will move from the WAC to the Summit League in 2020.

Additional arenas

Off-campus arena
Carmichael Arena Chapel Hill NC North Carolina women ACC 8,010 1965
Reynolds Coliseum Raleigh NC North Carolina State women ACC 5,500 1949
Elma Roane Fieldhouse Memphis TN Memphis women The American 2,565 1951
Intrust Bank Arena Wichita KS Wichita State men The American 15,004 2010
McGonigle Hall Philadelphia PA Temple women The American 3,900 1969
XL Center Hartford CT UConn The American 16,294 1975
Al McGuire Center Milwaukee WI Marquette women Big East 4,000 2004
Alumni Hall Providence RI Providence women Big East 2,620 1955
D. J. Sokol Arena Omaha NE Creighton women Big East 2,950 2009
Carnesecca Arena Queens NY St. John's women Big East 5,602 1961
McDonough Gymnasium Washington DC Georgetown women Big East 2,500 1951
McGrath-Phillips Arena Chicago IL DePaul women Big East 3,000 2000
Walsh Gymnasium South Orange NJ Seton Hall women Big East 2,600 1939
Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia PA Villanova men Big East 20,318 1996
Memorial Gymnasium Moscow ID Idaho Vandals Big Sky 2,500 1928
Reed Gym Pocatello ID Idaho State women Big Sky 3,214 1951
North Charleston Coliseum North Charleston SC Charleston Southern Big South 11,475 1993
Cabot Center Boston MA Northeastern women Colonial 2,500 1954
The Jungle Indianapolis IN IUPUI women Horizon 1,215 1982
Kress Events Center Green Bay WI Green Bay women Horizon 4,018 2007
Klotsche Center Milwaukee WI Milwaukee women Horizon 3,500 1977
Alumni Recreation Center Loudonville NY Siena women Metro Atlantic 4,000 1974
Renaissance Coliseum Peoria IL Bradley women Missouri Valley 4,200 2010
Cox Pavilion Paradise NV UNLV women Mountain West 2,500 2001
Memorial Coliseum Lexington KY Kentucky women SEC 8,000 1950
Fleming Gymnasium Greensboro NC UNC Greensboro women Southern 2,320 1989
Dugan Wellness Center Corpus Christi TX Texas A&M–Corpus Christi Islanders Southland 1,200 2008
Earl K. Long Gymnasium Lafayette LA Louisiana women Sun Belt 1,500 1939
Swinney Recreation Center Kansas City MO Kansas City women WAC[lower-alpha 1] 1,500 1940
KeyArena Seattle WA Seattle Redhawks men's basketball WAC 17,062 1962
Rabobank Arena Bakersfield CA Cal State Bakersfield WAC 9,333 1998

Future arenas

This list includes facilities that are currently under construction, as well as existing facilities of schools that have announced future moves to NCAA Division I. Conference affiliations reflect those known to be in place as of the team's entry into Division I or the venue's opening, as applicable.

Off-campus arena
Knights Hall Louisville KY Bellarmine ASUN (2020) 2,196 1960
Wisdom Gymnasium Stephenville TX Tarleton State WAC (2020) 3,000[21] 1970
Burns Arena St. George UT Dixie State WAC (2020) 4,779 1986
RIMAC Arena San Diego CA UC San Diego Big West (2020) 4,200 1995
Liberty Arena Lynchburg VA Liberty ASUN 4,000 2020
Nido & Mariana Qubein Arena and Conference Center High Point NC High Point Big South 4,500 2020
Idaho Central Credit Union Arena Moscow ID Idaho Big Sky 4,200 2021[22]
Joan Perry Brock Center Farmville VA Longwood Big South 2,500–3,000 2022[23]
Moody Center Austin TX Texas Big 12 10,000 2022[24]

Temporary arenas

This list includes facilities that are being temporarily used by Division I teams while their permanent venues are being replaced or renovated. In this list, "off-campus" is defined in relation to the school that is using it as a temporary home.

Off-campus arena
of Use
Kerr Fitness CenterMcCandlessPADuquesneAtlantic 102019–20


  1. Kansas City will move from the WAC to the Summit League in 2020.


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