Hayman Center

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The Hayman Center is the indoor athletic arena on La Salle University's campus. It is located directly across a walkway from the St. Francis and St. Edwards residence complex.The building was opened in February 1998 from a very large donation from Harry Blake Hayman I. The building was dedicated in the name of his parents, a plaque was placed on the front, inside beside the main doors.

Located on the first floor of the building is the main gameday concourse and the six-lane, 25-yard pool area. The Hayman Center recently hosted the 2007 Philadelphia Catholic League and Public League swimming championships.

The second floor is home to the La Salle University Athletic Department and team offices. Also located on the second floor is the Mezzanine level, which is overlooks the main entrance. It is only accessible from the main entrance.

The third floor houses Tom Gola Arena, the 4,000 seat basketball/volleyball/intramural sports facility.

Located in the basement are the team locker rooms, the equipment room, the training and weight rooms and a single squash court.

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Coordinates: 40°02′24″N 75°09′24″W / 40.039993°N 75.15654°W / 40.039993; -75.15654