Case Gym

Case Gym is a 1,800-seat multi-purpose arena at Boston University in Boston, Massachusetts.[2] It opened in 1972 as part of the Harold Case Physical Education Center, which is named after the university’s fifth president, Harold C. Case.

This article needs additional citations for verification. (September 2014)
Case Gymnasium
“The Roof”
Address 285 Babcock Street
Location Boston, Massachusetts
Coordinates

42.353932°N 71.120355°W / 42.353932; -71.120355

Public transit  Framingham/Worcester Line 
at Boston Landing
 Green Line 
at Babcock Street
Owner Boston University
Operator Boston University
Capacity 1,800
Opened 1972
Tenants

The gym is referred to as “The Roof” because it is located on the top level of the building, above Walter Brown Arena. It is home to the Boston University Terriersmen’s and women’s basketball teams, as well as the men’s wrestling team. Basketball games are also played in Agganis Arena, and on occasion Walter Brown Arena. When Boston University left the America East Conference for the Patriot League in July 2013, they announced that all home men’s basketball conference games would be played at Agganis Arena, with the non-conference games to be played at Case.[3]

Case Gym hosted the championship games of the 1997 and 2002 America East Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament[4] as well as the championship game of the 2011 America East Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament.[5] It has also hosted Ring Of Honor Wrestling Shows through wrestling promoter and Boston University alumnus Mike “Mongoose” Coughlin.[6]

The center, whose recreational use has declined since the opening of the Fitness and Recreation Center adjacent to Agganis Arena, is approximately located where the left field “pavilion” seats at Braves Field were before the Boston Braves, a Major League Baseball club, were relocated to Milwaukee in 1953.

Preceded by

Sargent Gym[7]
Home of
Boston University Terriers men’s basketball

1972 1982
Succeeded by

Preceded by

Home of
Boston University Terriers men’s basketball

1983 1985
Succeeded by

Preceded by

Home of
Boston University Terriers men’s basketball

1993 present
Succeeded by

incumbent

. . . Case Gym . . .

Venues
Rivalries
Culture & lore
People
Seasons
  • 1901–02
  • 1902–03
  • 1903–04
  • 1904–05
  • 1905–06
  • 1906–07
  • 1907–08
  • 1908–09
  • 1909–10
  • 1910–11
  • 1911–15
  • 1915–16
  • 1916–17
  • 1917–18
  • 1918–19
  • 1919–20
  • 1920–21
  • 1921–22
  • 1922–23
  • 1923–24
  • 1924–25
  • 1925–26
  • 1926–27
  • 1927–28
  • 1928–29
  • 1929–30
  • 1930–31
  • 1931–32
  • 1932–33
  • 1933–34
  • 1934–35
  • 1935–36
  • 1936–37
  • 1937–38
  • 1938–39
  • 1939–40
  • 1940–41
  • 1941–42
  • 1942–43
  • 1943–44
  • 1944–45
  • 1945–46
  • 1946–47
  • 1947–48
  • 1948–49
  • 1949–50
  • 1950–51
  • 1951–52
  • 1952–53
  • 1953–54
  • 1954–55
  • 1955–56
  • 1956–57
  • 1957–58
  • 1958–59
  • 1959–60
  • 1960–61
  • 1961–62
  • 1962–63
  • 1963–64
  • 1964–65
  • 1965–66
  • 1966–67
  • 1967–68
  • 1968–69
  • 1969–70
  • 1970–71
  • 1971–72
  • 1972–73
  • 1973–74
  • 1974–75
  • 1975–76
  • 1976–77
  • 1977–78
  • 1978–79
  • 1979–80
  • 1980–81
  • 1981–82
  • 1982–83
  • 1983–84
  • 1984–85
  • 1985–86
  • 1986–87
  • 1987–88
  • 1988–89
  • 1989–90
  • 1990–91
  • 1991–92
  • 1992–93
  • 1993–94
  • 1994–95
  • 1995–96
  • 1996–97
  • 1997–98
  • 1998–99
  • 1999–2000
  • 2000–01
  • 2001–02
  • 2002–03
  • 2003–04
  • 2004–05
  • 2005–06
  • 2006–07
  • 2007–08
  • 2008–09
  • 2009–10
  • 2010–11
  • 2011–12
  • 2012–13
  • 2013–14
  • 2014–15
  • 2015–16
  • 2016–17
  • 2017–18
  • 2018–19
  • 2019–20
  • 2020–21
  • 2021–22
Sports venues in the Greater Boston area
Active
Boston
Metro Boston
Greater Boston


Defunct
Never built

This article about a sports venue in Massachusetts is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

This article related to a building or structure in Boston is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

This article related to sports in Boston is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

. . . Case Gym . . .

This article is issued from web site Wikipedia. The original article may be a bit shortened or modified. Some links may have been modified. The text is licensed under “Creative Commons – Attribution – Sharealike” [1] and some of the text can also be licensed under the terms of the “GNU Free Documentation License” [2]. Additional terms may apply for the media files. By using this site, you agree to our Legal pages . Web links: [1] [2]

. . . Case Gym . . .

Previous post George H. Kondolf
Next post Salome of Armenia