McQuaid Jesuit's Fr. Albert P. Bartlett, S.J., Student Life Center is a $5.7 million complex that features the Deborah and John DiMarco '60 Field House. The DiMarco Field House has 21,000-square-feet of floor space made possible by Ed and Elaine Pettinella in honor of sons Ryan '03 and Cory ‘05. There are three full-sized basketball courts, the Royden J. Smith ‘84 Indoor Track, triple jump pit, pole vault pit, and provisions for volleyball. It is one of the largest secondary school field houses in Monroe County.
Inside the Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Segar Wellness Center is an extensive weight room facility with the newest weight-training equipment. Additionally, the Ronald Anderson and Jack Jenkins Cardio Room features the latest cardiovascular exercise equipment on the market.
Tom Seymour Field was newly upgraded in 2010. It now boasts an all-weather turf playing surface that has been permanently striped for football, soccer, lacrosse and rugby. Bradley Track loops around Seymour Field, and has been completely resurfaced and restriped as well. These improvements highlight Phase 1 of the renovations planned for the stadium and field at McQuaid Jesuit.
Also (not shown here), McQuaid Jesuit's Joseph E. Miller '64 Locker Room has been completely renovated with new locker/team rooms built for various seasonal uses. The school also added rooms for trainers, officials and female coaches, and built a state-of-the-art wrestling facility. The historic John H. Ryan Jr. Memorial Gym will remain McQuaid Jesuit's official game venue for basketball, volleyball and wrestling.