University Hall is an 8,457-seat multi-purpose arena on the University of Virginia Grounds in Charlottesville, Virginia. The arena opened in 1965 as a replacement for Memorial Gym, which is still used as the home to the volleyball and wrestling teams. Like many arenas built at the time, the arena is circular, with a ribbed concrete roof and blue and orange seats (the orange seats arranged in a "V" near the top of each section) surrounding the arena. Unlike many other facilities, however, the floor was never lowered for additional seating around the court, leaving large areas behind press row, the team benches, and the announcer's table empty during games.
University Hall was replaced by the John Paul Jones Arena as the home to the men's and women's basketball teams in 2006. U-Hall's future is still being unclear as of March 2013, though it will likely be retained to host small athletic and University program events.
UVa's athletic department held "final game" ceremonies for University Hall in connection with the men's basketball game against the Maryland Terrapins on March 5, 2006, which Maryland won 71–70. UVa legend Ralph Sampson sank ceremonial "last baskets" at U-Hall, dunking twice during postgame festivities. 
However, the women's basketball team made the Women's National Invitational Tournament and played and won two WNIT games in University Hall.
^The arena sits on the boundary between the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County, which encloses but does not include the city. For more details, see UVa's "Building Category Map", which clearly shows the city-county boundary and University Hall on the boundary, downloadable here.