11-court Taube Family Tennis Center is home to both men's
and women's tennis teams. Originally built in 1926 at a
cost of $62,500, it has undergone many renovations over
the years. The most recent additions added 1,500 seats and
a championship indoor court. These were completed in August
of 1997. The south end of the stadium is adjacent to the
Arrillaga Family Sports Center. In the fall of 1999, the
Phil and Penelope Knight Scoreboard was installed, replacing
the old stadium court scoreboard. Taube is pronounced Toe-Bee.
wheelchair entry ramp is located on Campus Drive. It leads
to wheelchair-accessible areas in the main stands at the
north end. There is also an elevator on the south side next
to the Arrillaga Family Sports Center. All concession stands
are accessible to guests with disabilities.
gates will open one hour prior to the beginning of the match.
Guest Services, see one of the Red Coats. Lost and found
articles are handled with them and at the ticket office
main concession stand at the south end of the stadium is
next to the ticket booth. For special events, a stand on
Sam McDonald road may open.
the most outstanding in Northern California, the court is
concrete with a plexi-pave acrylic surface.
are two permanent locker rooms (one mens, one womens)
and shower facilities in the Ralph Rodriguez Clubhouse.
They serve as the visiting team locker room on match days.
They are located near the Heritage Room.
media area is located underneath the permanent bleachers
on the south side of the tennis stadium. The media room
opens one hour prior to the first match, and is fully equipped
with phone lines.
the south side of the facility are the Fluegel Foundation
Seminar Suite and the Koret Conference Center. Both are
accessed from the Zygmunt and Loca Taube Memorial Courtyard.
In 2000, the stadium welcomed the addition of the Gwen and
Victor Riches Family Pinewood tutorial rooms.
phones are located in the northeast corner of the stadium
under the stairs.
is the building on the north side of the stadium. It holds
offices, an indoor court and the Craig R. Johnson Family
Players Lounge with the Russ and Jackie Thompson video center.
The Ralph Rodriguez Founders Room is an inclement
weather workout area that contains a practice court. The
Orsak Family Heritage Room is a multipurpose room used for
team meetings and pre and post match receptions for box
seat holders. It contains a kitchenette and a large screen
facilities can be found on the north, outside of the stadium,
and on the upper concourse of the south seating section.
Phil and Penelope Knight Scoreboard and message center is
34 feet by 8 inches wide and controlled by consoles at each
court. A scoreboard message center is used to acknowledge
program sponsors and to update match and schedule announcements.
The scoreboard is also connected to the internet allowing
anyone to view live match updates from any computer console.
An auxiliary scoreboard for the backcourts was installed