Recreation Center

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Recreation Center

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Seton Hall University
Sports
Twentieth-Century
Twenty-First Century
South Orange, NJ

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Richie Regan Athletic and Recreation Center, named after Richard J. Regan, ‘53 former basketball player, coach and Athletic Director in 2004. Built in 1987, the recreation center is attached the historic Walsh Gymnasium. The recreation center contains an Olympic sized pool, fitness center, Seton Hall Department of Athletics and Recreation, and the student-run radio station WSOU-FM.

In January of 2014, a multi-million dollar expansion and renovation of the fitness center was completed. The new space is for 12,000 square feet and offers state-of-the-art exercise options. The fitness center includes two dance studios, set of cardio stations, locker rooms and free and circuit weight training options.

Related Resources

Delozier, Alan. Seton Hall University: An Introduction to History and Traditions, 1856-Present. Seton Hall University, 2019. Ebook. https://library.shu.edu/University_History

“Our History.” Seton Hall University. Accessed April 26, 2021. https://www.shu.edu/history.cfm
“University Day Historical Walking Tour of Seton Hall University Facts.” South Orange Historical Preservation Society. Archived from the original on May 26, 2008. Accessed April 28, 2021. https://web.archive.org/web/20080526031618/http://www.sohps.org/seton_hall_history%20walking_tour.htm

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Groundbreaking ceremony for Recreation Center
Exterior of Recreation Center
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Interior view of Recreation Center with students running on track and students playing basketball

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  1. Recreation Center
  2. Groundbreaking ceremony for Recreation Center
  3. Exterior of Recreation Center
  4. Recreation Center
  5. Interior view of Recreation Center with students running on track and students playing basketball