UC Riverside Student Recreation Center
|Owner||University of California, Riverside|
|Operator||University of California, Riverside Athletics Department|
|UC Riverside Highlanders men's basketball (NCAA) (1994–present)
UC Riverside Highlanders women's basketball (NCAA) (1994–present)
UC Riverside Highlanders women's volleyball (NCAA) (1994–present)
|UC Riverside Highlanders Athletics|
The UC Riverside Student Recreation Center is a state-of-the-art facility constructed entirely from student fees and is available to UCR students for physical fitness, sport activities and general recreational use.
The 155,000 square feet (14,400 m2) UC Riverside Student Recreation Center (SRC) opened on January 11, 1994.
Student Recreation Center Arena
The Student Recreation Center Arena (SRC Arena) is located in the building. It seats up to 3,168 people and is home to the UC Riverside Highlanders men's basketball, UC Riverside Highlanders women's basketball and UC Riverside Highlanders women's volleyball teams. The arena offers full locker rooms for the teams.
UC Riverside Highlanders athletics department
The athletics department for UC Riverside is located in the building along with the home venue for its basketball and volleyball teams.
The Student Recreation Center offers locker rooms, 6,000 square feet (560 m2) weight training facility and 3,000 square feet (280 m2) area dedicated to cardio-fitness machines. The facility also includes a large swimming pool and spa, tennis courts, an indoor running track, an auxiliary gym with multiple courts, four racquetball/wallyball courts, one squash court, a classroom kitchen, an indoor climbing wall and boulder. It also has three multipurpose rooms.
Student Recreation Center's main function is for the well-being of the UC Riverside student population through physical fitness and intramural sports. It has also hosted events including student commencement ceremonies, conferences, musical bands and acts.
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