Walsh Gymnasium, constructed in the Brutalist style, opened in 1940. The design and concrete construction rely on form following function. Seating up to 2,600 people, this building was named for Archbishop Thomas J. Walsh. During most of the…

Built in 1880. Originally located at the corner of Montrose and Berkely Avenues in South Orange until 1916. Site used for various U.S. National Tennis events throughout the late 19th century to the 1970s. Presently located in the “Hillside”…

Located off of Mead Street in South Orange. Used mainly for baseball, soccer, tennis, swimming, and a duck pond along with other nature pursuits. Part of the Flood Estate during the 1850s.

Around 1905, a permanent baseball diamond was christened where present-day Owen Carroll/Mike T. Sheppard Field is today. From that time forward, the fields have been home to Seton Hall’s sports teams. You can see the photograph of one of the…

Originally situated on private property owned by the South Orange Field Club. This facility at one time featured a nine hole golf course prior to the transformation of these grounds during the 1920s. Various local semi-professional and touring…