Opened in 1992, Margiotta Hall, a magnificent three-story, 22,500-square-foot building, is a centerpiece of the Hofstra University Athletics program. The state-of-the-art field house, combined with Hofstra's 13,000-seat stadium, has created one of the finest facilities in the nation. The facility was named after Joseph M. Margiotta '50, a former Pride student-athlete and long-time supporter. Margiotta, who founded and served as President of the Hofstra Pride Club for more than 20 years, passed away in November 2008.

Margiotta Hall features a 3,500-square-foot weight room on the first floor. The building also contains locker rooms for men's lacrosse and women's lacrosse, all of which have undergone major renovations since 2008.

The state-of-the-art athletic training room, also located on the first floor, has hydrotherapy and electrotherapy areas, cardiovascular and isokinetic equipment, as well as taping areas, a rehabilitation area, an aerobics room, and athletic trainer and physician offices.

On the second floor, an attractive multi-purpose room, enclosed by a glass wall, provides a panoramic view of James M. Shuart Stadium. Meetings and receptions for alumni, parents and friends of the Hofstra Athletics program are held in this area. Located on this level are the offices for the men and women's lacrosse coaching staffs, as well as office space for Hofstra's golf coaches and athletic facilities staff.

The lacrosse office was the benefit of a major renovation project in 2008. The offices are equipped with video equipment, a 12-seat theater with stadium seating for group film and meeting sessions, as well as a viewing room with hardwood flooring and a 50-inch flat screen television that overlooks the field.

In 2010 Margiotta Hall was the recipient of a "Traditions Project" that provides a sense of history of the lacrosse programs. The walls of the second floor of Margiotta Hall contain pictures and brief text descriptions of the key moments and people in Hofstra Lacrosse history. The project was made possible through the generosity of former lacrosse All-American James C. Metzger '83.

The lower level of Margiotta Hall contains a 178-seat theater, additional meeting rooms and an indoor golf training facility.