Jack Barry Field

Helping to shape the outdoor landscape is Jack Barry Field, a 100,000-square foot Astroturf field lined for intercollegiate field hockey as well as numerous club and intramural activities. Named for one of the Institute's legendary coaches, Jack Barry Field debuted with its new synthetic playing surface during the Fall of 1999. In 2011, the turf was replaced and was home the first-ever NCAA contest in Cambridge as the MIT field hockey team took on Husson University in the first round of the Division III Tournament. 

HOME OF MIT's Field Hockey and Women's Lacrosse Teams

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