Home of Yellowjacket Field Hockey, Women's Soccer, Men's Soccer, Football, Women's Track and Field, Men's Track and Field and Lacrosse as well as Intramural and Club Sports, Special Events and Open Recreation.
Fauver Stadium on the University of Rochester campus is named for Edwin "Doc" Fauver, MD (1875-1949), Professor of Hygiene & Physical Education, College Physician, Director of Athletics 1916 - 1945, Designer of the River Campus athletic facilities. The 5,111 seat stadium has been the host site for numerous conference and NCAA events including Liberty League football, lacrosse, field hockey, UAA soccer, NCAA soccer and NCAA field hockey. The most memorable being the 1987 National Championship game, Rochester women's soccer defeated William Smith, 1-0 on a goal by Abby Heister. Additionally, over 140 All-Americans have competed in Fauver Stadium at the University of Rochester.
In 2016, the stadium's press box was completely renovated and features state of the art sound system, wireless and hard wire internet connections and other amenitites. There are two photo/video decks, three booths on both sides of the box and seating for 20 in the main section of the press box. Features of Fauver Stadium include:
400 Meter Track
Field Turf infield lined for soccer, field hockey, lacrosse and football