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Marshall University - Facilities

Marshall University tennis has the use of several outstanding facilities throughout the year as it continues to build a championship tradition.

The Brian David Fox Tennis Center, was dedicated on October 23, 2004. Brian was born on Dec. 17, 1972 in Huntington, W.Va. He graduated from Barboursville High School in 1991, and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Management and Marketing in 1996. Brian was employed by McJunkin Appalachian Oil Field Supply Company, a business started by his great-grandfather. Brian died on Dec. 14, 2002 in Huntington of pancreatic cancer. Brian enjoyed, tennis, softball, and jogging, but is remember for his love of Marshall University sports. 

The Brian David Fox Tennis Center is complete with a new state-of-the-art scoreboard is in a prime location in the middle of campus and was the site of the 2001 MAC Championships. The tennis center was built in 1995 and consists of six lighted courts that are easily accessible from any campus location.

Marshall conditions in the Cam Henderson Center, adjacent to the tennis courts. The Henderson Center has a spacious fitness center and training facility.

The Herd also has use of the Huntington Tennis Club (below). The season begins in January, and the inclement climate forces matches indoors, but the Herd has the use of the Huntington Tennis Club, just 10 minutes from campus. All of Marshall’s facilities allow for maximum practice and performance year-round at the highest level.