The 30,000-square-foot J.W. Isenhour Tennis Center, located on West Campus near Doak Field at Dail Park, includes state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor tennis courts.

    The Andy Andrews indoor courts opened in August of 2004, giving the Wolfpack women a year-round, on-campus training facility. There is championship seating for up to 200 spectators to enjoy college tennis action in all weather conditions. In addition, the complex provides locker rooms, coaches' offices and a luxurious players lounge complete with plush couches and a large flat-screen television.

    In September of 2004, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) honored the indoor facility with the organization's 2004 Outstanding Facility award, which at the time was one of only four collegiate complexes to receive the honor.

    The Curtis & Jacqueline Dail Outdoor Tennis Stadium opened in the spring of 2012 as the new home for the NC State men's and women's varsity programs. The $3 million complex features a wide variety of amenities for players and spectators. Some of these amenities include a bowl-shaped complex with elevated, accessible viewing areas, as well as six lighted, red-surfaced courts, decorated with NC State logos and red screens and awnings.

    There is chairback seating available for up to 1,000 spectators, with wide walkways for easy movement from court to court. An electronic scoreboard, visible from all seats, shows live scoring from all matches.

    Restrooms and designated concession areas are accessible to all fans, and there is ample parking adjacent to and near the stadium. There are dugout areas for both teams, with access to indoor locker rooms. A brick façade and entrance, displaying the name of the stadium, complete the look of the new complex.

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