Buccaneer Tennis Center
The home court for the Barry University men's and women's tennis teams is the Buccaneer Tennis Center. The facility was recently expanded and now features eight lighted, professional Laykold acrylic courts with grandstand seating for 200 spectators. All of the courts are equipped with player benches, and feature scoreboards with displays for games and sets won.
In addition to the tennis courts, the Buccaneer Tennis Center includes four racquetball courts and offices for the tennis coaching staff.
Barry's other outdoor facilities include Feinbloom Field (baseball), Buccaneer Softball Field and Buccaneer Field (men's and women's soccer) which all received state-of-the-art lighting systems in the spring of 2000.
Feinbloom Field, where Barry's baseball team plays its home games, was named Diamond-of-the-Year by the Beam Clay company for 1989-90. Buccaneer field, home of Barry's soccer teams, has hosted the NCAA Division II Women's Soccer Final Four a total of six times, including 1989 and 1993 when the Bucs won two of their three national titles, and the men's Final Four twice in 1999 and 2000. The Buccaneer Softball Field has also hosted its share of NCAA events. The NCAA South Region tournament has been hosted in Miami Shores at Buccaneer Softball Field three times, once in 1997 and again in 2002 and 2003.
Barry's on-campus Health & Sports Center, which opened in December 1990, is the home court for the women's and men's basketball teams, as well as the 2004 NCAA Division II National Championship volleyball squad. The Center includes a 1,500-seat gymnasium, a state-of-the-art strength and conditioning room, human performance lab, locker rooms, and hospitality room. The gymnasium in the Health & Sports Center features an all-wood floor, creating a quality surface for the fast-paced action of college basketball and volleyball. The Center also includes lighted advertising tables used by the official scorer, the statistics crew and the media. The athletic training room is just outside the gymnasium and is operated by Barry's certified staff and student trainers. It features a full complement of equipment to ensure the health of the student-athletes.
Many professional teams have practiced at Barry's excellent facilities. The Health & Sports Center was the 1992-93 training site for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association. National soccer teams from the United States, Brazil, Canada, Columbia, Germany and Switzerland have all trained on Buccaneer Field. Buccaneer Field also serves as the one of two host football practice facilities for Orange Bowl participants. In the past Barry has hosted Michigan, Oklahoma, Maryland, Penn State, Kansas, and Iowa.