Athletics Facilities

Campus Map August 2020 Update

Princeton Day School Athletic Center

Athletic Center with New Solar Panels

Connected to and surrounding the School’s Lisa McGraw ‘44 Skating Rink, the new LEED-certified center holds four international squash courts and a field house to host sporting events and other all-School activities. It is home to Upper and Middle School winter sports.

Field House

The PDS field house has two all-purpose athletic courts; changing rooms; offices; concessions; and a welcoming and generously proportioned commons from which spectators will be able to watch squash, ice hockey, basketball, fencing and volleyball. The field house itself accommodates as many as 1,400 and will serve as the venue for key community gatherings such as Convocation, the annual Thanksgiving Assembly, end-of-year ceremonies for divisions, and other all-School activities and events.

Squash Courts

Princeton Day School is one of select schools in New Jersey with a suite of four squash courts and resident squash professional for the Upper and Middle School squash programs.

Lisa McGraw '44 Skating Rink

Lisa McGraw Skating Rink

The Lisa McGraw ’44 Skating Rink, dedicated in 1998, is one of only three school rinks in the state of New Jersey. It is the home of Panther Boys and Girls Ice Hockey and Figure Skating.


Jan Baker Field

Jan Baker Field Overhead Shot
Jan Baker Field Ground Shot
Jan Baker Field Corner Shot
Jan Baker Field Sign
Jan Baker Field is a state-of-the-art turf field that is home to Panther Soccer, Lacrosse, and Field Hockey. Originally dedicated in 2002, the newly turfed field was re-dedicated in the fall 2012.

Baseball Field

Baseball Field
The home of Panther Boys Baseball, the varsity baseball diamond is a beautiful, well-manicured field with a center field fence of 375 feet and 220 feet down the lines.

Softball Field

Softball Field

The home of Panther Girls Softball, the varsity softball field, solely dedicated to that sport, is located on the Southwest corner of our campus.

Pagoda Fields

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Pagoda Fields Image 2
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Marked with the distinctive Pagoda viewing stand, these three multi-purpose natural grass fields host games and practices for Panther Soccer, Lacrosse, and Middle School Softball and Baseball.

Bill Smoyer '60 Field

Bill Smoyer Field Overhead
Bill Smoyer Field Half Field
Bill Smoyer Field Sign
Dedicated in 2004, Bill Smoyer ’60 field was the first artificial turf field completed on campus. It hosts Panther Field Hockey, Soccer, and Lacrosse games and practices.

Tennis Courts

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Tennis Courts Overhead 2
Nestled among the pine trees and overlooking the Pagoda Fields, these eight tennis courts are home to Panther Girls and Boys Tennis teams in the fall and spring.

Bob Krueger Field

Bob Krueger Field Overhead
Dedicated in 2001, Bob Krueger field is one of the most pristine grass fields on campus. It is host to a majority of Middle School teams including Field Hockey, Football, and Lacrosse, as well as Junior Varsity Field Hockey and Lacrosse.

Cross Country Course

PDS Cross Country Course
The Panther Cross Country course boasts a 5-kilometer on-campus course that features multiple terrains and grades. Both Middle and Upper School boys and girls teams take advantage of this course.

Upper School Gym

Upper School Gym
The Upper School Gym, the first gym on campus, is a multi-use facility.

Dean Mathey Gym

Dean Mathey Gym

The Dean Mathey Gym was built in 1972, and is also referred to as the Lower School Gym.



The Gymateria houses a cafeteria for our Lower School students during the school day, and converts to multi-use room is also available for indoor field practices and after school activities.