Athletic Facilities

The Best, Inside & Out

Episcopal’s athletic facilities rank among the finest of any high school in the mid-Atlantic region.

Among the highlights:

  • Soccer fields chosen by both the U.S. men's and women's national soccer teams for training in preparation for competition.
  • An indoor track and field facility, one of the few in the Washington, D.C. area.
  • A new outdoor track and field facility that will debut in the fall of 2020.
  • A stadium that seats nearly 3,000 for football, soccer, and lacrosse competition.
Questions about facility use by external clubs and organizations? 
Contact Director of Auxiliary Programs Dan O'Neil
    • Hershey Athletics Center, named for former Head of School F. Robertson Hershey, anchors the School's sports and recreational activities.

Signature Fields and Spaces

  • Eight playing fields, including three artificial turf fields, two Bermuda grass fields, and Hummel Bowl with 2,800 spectator seats;
  • The Cooper Dawson Baseball Diamond and a softball field;
  • Shuford Tennis Courts with 12 all-weather courts;
  • Hoxton Track, a six-lane, 400-meter outdoor track;
  • Flippin Field House with three tennis courts, three basketball courts, the 200-meter indoor Jim Cathcart track, and a batting cage;
  • The Goodman Squash Center with nine international-size courts;
  • Two full-sized basketball and volleyball courts;
  • Centennial Hall, which houses Ainslie Court — the main basketball and volleyball court;
  • Bocock Wrestling Cage;
  • A fitness center with circuit and cardiovascular training;
  • A weight room with eight Olympic lift racks;
  • A dance studio;
  • An outdoor swimming pool;
  • Team locker rooms; and
  • The 24-hour deButts Health & Wellness Center.

For Example...

    • Flippin Field House

    • Goodman Squash Center

    • Bocock Wrestling Cage

    • Shuford Tennis Courts, Greenway, and the Cooper Dawson Diamond

    • Hummel Bowl & Coxe Field