2017 USC RENOVATION UPDATE:
The Loyola University Sports Complex is closed for the remainder of the summer due to necessary renovations. The Loyola University Sports Complex office will remain open while the facility is closed. A Building Manager is on site Monday through Friday from 8:15am-4:45pm for assistance with membership issues. Active Loyola USC members, faculty and staff, and students will have access to Tulane’s Reily Center in the interim.
Athletic Facility Information & Emergency Action Plans
Loyola University plays its home basketball, cheerleading & dance, swimming and volleyball games in the University Sports Complex (USC/The Den) on campus. Baseball plays its games at Bayou Segnette Field (Westwego). Tennis plays their home matches at the City Park Pepsi Tennis Center and Cross Country/Track & Field practice at City Park & Tad Gormley Stadium.
The University Sports Complex has a plethora of fitness machines and two weight rooms. One has a variety of weight “machines” and another has free weights. Athletes are encouraged to use the weight rooms regularly in accordance with their respective sports and coaches. Athletes may use the facility after or before hours only in the presence of their respective coach(es) and/or athletic training staff. Do not attempt to enter the Complex unless your coach is present while the facility is closed. Student-athletes must cooperate with all the standard rules of the Sports Complex at all times. Student athletes should show respect to the University Sports Complex staff by producing student identification to enter the facility as requested. For before/after hour practices or team activites, facility doors should never be compromised by leaving them unlocked, ajar, etc. Non-participants should not be allowed in the facility during times when it would normally be closed.
University Sports Complex & Membership Services Information
The University Sports Complex provides opportunities for students, employees, and alumni to participate in competitive and non-competitive, organized and informal sports, and fitness activities. Intercollegiate Athletics and University Sports Complex meets the diverse needs of the university community with a broad-based, comprehensive program, open recreation, and special interest programs.
Please visit University Sports Complex, for more information regarding membership and services.