The Bradley Center, one of the premier facilities in the nation, serves as the home of the Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball team as well as the Milwaukee Bucks NBA franchise. Opened in 1988-89, it currently holds 18,850 for basketball. Marquette's first game at the Bradley Center took place on Dec. 2, 1988, when it recorded a 70-60 win over Rice. The 2002-03 campaign saw Marquette average a school seasonal record of 15,553 fans per game, good for 11th place among NCAA Division I programs.
The Al McGuire Center Constructed in honor of its indomitable namesake, the “Al” is a nod to past glories and a promise of future triumphs. A true gem of a building, the center includes strength and conditioning and sports medicine facilities, an academic center for student-athletes, administrative offices, practice areas, and a “Walk of Champions” to honor Marquette’s rich athletics history. The center also provides the ultimate home-court advantage for the women’s basketball team, and is an ideal venue for the university’s convocation ceremonies and other university and community events. In all its functions, the name of the game in the Al McGuire Center will always be personal excellence and leadership.
Valley Fields home of Marquette's Soccer and Track teams. The facility, located a few blocks South of campus in the Menominee Valley, seats several thousand people.
The Rec Center is where Marquette's tennis teams play all of their home matches.
Marquette Stadium : Dismantled in the 1970s, this was home to Marquette's football team for several decades. NCAA Division I football was last played at Marquette in 1960. It also hosted the NFL's Green Bay Packers in 1952 when the team played some of its home games in Milwaukee. The stadium held 15,000 people at its peak.
The Rec Plex is a state of the art fitness facility. This facility offers memberships to both the Marquette community and the Milwaukee community.
The building features the following:
- 6 Tennis Courts
- 5 Basketball Courts which can be transformed for volleyball or indoor soccer
- Weight Rooms
- Swimming Pool
- Racquetball Courts
Some of the information in this article was originally sourced from NCAAWiki.