L. Stockwell Jadwin Gymnasium • Home of Princeton Basketball

The Princeton men’s basketball team plays its home games in the 6,854-seat L. Stockwell Jadwin Gymnasium.

The Tigers have an impressive record of 442-119 through the 2015-16 season, the team's 47th full campaign in Jadwin Gym after it opened with a win over Penn on Jan. 25, 1969. In Ivy League games, Princeton has posted a 277-57 record, including 15 seasons with a record of 7-0 in league games.

During its tenure, Jadwin Gymnasium has seen such programs as North Carolina, Kansas, Georgetown and Notre Dame come into town to face the Tigers. In 2009, the floor was dedicated as Carril Court in recognition of Princeton's 29-season Naismith Hall of Fame head coach Pete Carril, who won 514 games as Princeton's coach from 1967-96 while leading Princeton to 13 Ivy League championships and 11 NCAA Tournaments.

Formally dedicated in 1969, the arena features a floor that was refurbished in 2013 as well as new baskets in 2005.