Princeton University



L. Stockwell Jadwin Gymnasium

The L. Stockwell Jadwin Gymnasium is a multipurpose athletic facility that has a combined floor space of approximately 250,000 square feet, more total area than eight football fields. It was formally dedicated in 1969.

The newly-renovated sublevels beneath the main grandstand hold one of the largest fencing rooms in the world, 11 international-sized squash courts with spectator galleries and a brand-new lounge area, six tennis courts and a baseball/softball practice area with a FieldTurf artificial surface.

The versatility of Jadwin Gym is pointed out by the variety of events that have been held there over the years. In addition to competition in both men and women’s basketball, tennis, fencing, squash, track and wrestling, Princeton has hosted professional basketball exhibitions the U.S. men’s and women’s collegiate squash championships, the women’s NCAA volleyball championships, the NCAA fencing championships, NCAA and EIWA wrestling championships and countless track meets.


The L. Stockwell Jadwin Gymnasium serves as the home for Princeton squash, boasting 10 international-sized courts with spectator galleries, including a 175-seat glass backed exhibition court.

Recently, Princeton was honored as the site for the 1998 World Junior Squash Championships, which marked the first time the event had been held in this country. A temporary glass-walled court was constructed on the main level of Jadwin Gym so that spectators could view the competition from all four sides.


Court Information

Squash Courts: 
International Singles (10)

Hours of operation


Venue Photos


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