TCNJ’s athletic and recreational facilities support a highly successful intramural, intercollegiate, and club sport program and are among the finest found at Division III colleges and universities in the Northeast. Facilities include a multi-purpose recreation center, a 25-meter swimming and diving facility, a lighted TrophyTurf playing field, an NCAA-approved track, and eight lighted outdoor tennis courts. The spring of 1998 also saw the addition of the Physical Enhancement Center and renovations to Packer Hall that include a new athletic training facility, new locker room facilities, as well as a weight training facility for varsity student-athletes. In addition to regular-season competition, The College of New Jersey has been the site of NCAA Championships in wrestling, softball, men’s soccer, field hockey, women’s tennis, and women’s lacrosse, as well as a number of regional championship contests. TCNJ once again served as the host site of the 1999 NCAA Division III Wrestling Championships as well as the 1999 NCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Championships. In May 2000, TCNJ served as the host site for the National Collegiate and NCAA Division III Women’s Lacrosse Championships. In the fall of 2002, TCNJ will also host the NCAA Division III Atlantic Regional Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships. In 2006, TCNJ also opened its soccer stadium in addition to Lions’ Park, the home of the softball program.