Donald R. Dizney Stadium
at the Florida Lacrosse Facility
“The lacrosse facility is one of the premier women’s lacrosse facilities in the country. This facility will allow us to recruit the top players in the country. Every player wants to play in a first-class facility and one they will be proud of, and certainly this facility far exceeds all those expectations.”
- Head Coach Amanda O’Leary
The Gator lacrosse team plays all its home games at one of the finest collegiate lacrosse stadiums in the nation, the Donald R. Dizney Stadium at the Florida Lacrosse Facility. In its first two seasons, Florida has amassed a home record of 19-3 (.864) and its crowd support ranked in the top three in the nation in both years.
A first-class facility for the Gator lacrosse program broke ground in the summer of 2008 and was completed prior to the enrollment of the first Gator lacrosse class in the fall of 2009.
The facility has two lacrosse fields – the Rob Gidel Family Practice Field and the main competition field. Donald R. Dizney Stadium boasts 1,500 seats that run the length of the field, offering fans a great view of the fast-paced sport. Since the lacrosse program has its own facility, they do not have to share practice or game times and are able to accommodate student-athletes schedules.
The complex includes a 12,000 square foot locker facility, which houses locker rooms for the Gators, visiting team, managers and coaches, plus a training room, an equipment room and a conference room. Additionally, the fully accessible grandstand is equipped with concession stands, press box and restrooms.
A practice field for Florida's nationally-ranked soccer team is also a part of the facility. The former Florida soccer practice field, located just north of softball stadium, is now a University of Florida recreation field.
The facility is located at Hull Road and Natural Area Drive, just south of Katie Seashole Pressly Softball Stadium.
All-Time Top Donald R. Dizney Stadium Lacrosse Crowds (1,000+)
|Crowd||Game (Date)||Result||Game Notes|
|2,114||Florida vs. Jacksonville (2/20/10)||W, 16-6||Florida’s first-ever lacrosse game|
|1,518||No. 6 Florida vs. No. 2 Northwestern (4/14/11)||W, 13-11||Florida clinches first-ever ALC title|
|1,166||Florida vs. No. 8 Vanderbilt (4/18/10)||L, 7-12|
|1,161||No. 4 Florida vs. No. 5 Duke (5/21/11)||L, 9-13||2011 NCAA Quarterfinals|
|1,027||No. 6 Florida vs. Johns Hopkins (4/9/11)||W, 14-10|
|1,016||Florida vs. No. 14 Penn State (4/3/10)||W, 13-11||Florida’s first-ever ALC victory|
|1,013||No. 3 Florida vs. No. 14 Ohio State (5/4/12)||W, 5-4||ALC Semifinal game|
Dizney Stadium Team Records
|Most Goals:||29||Florida 29, Fresno State 0 (3/28/12)|
|Highest Combined Score:||33||Florida 22, St. Bonaventure 11 (3/14/10)|
|Lowest Combined Score:||9||No. 3 Florida 5, No. 14 Ohio State 4 (5/4/12)|
|UF’s Greatest Margin of Victory:||29||Florida 29, Fresno State 0 (3/28/12)|
|UF’s Greatest Margin of Defeat:||5||No. 8 Vanderbilt 12, Florida 7 (4/18/10)|
Disney Stadium Invidiual Records
|Most Goals:||8||Ashley Bruns vs. Siena (2/24/12)|
|Most Points:||11||Ashley Bruns vs. Siena (2/24/12)|
|Most Saves:||13||Mikey Meagher vs. Johns Hopkins (4/9/11)|