College Stadium Review: Monmouth Activity Center

The Monmouth Hawks have been to the NCAA Tournament four times in school history (1996, 2001, 2004, 2006). They have also been to the NAIA, NCAA D-III and D-II Tournaments many times.

The Hawks are part of the MAAC which means home games with Marist, Canisius, Fairfield, Manhattan, Iona, Quinnipiac, Niagara, Siena, St. Peter's and Rider.

The Hawks are part of the MAAC which means home games with Marist, Canisius, Fairfield, Manhattan, Iona, Quinnipiac, Niagara, Siena, St. Peter’s and Rider.

The Hawks play their home games at the Monmouth Activity Center which opened in 2009 and seats over 4000 for home games. The Monmouth Activity Center is a nice, new clean arena to watch a college basketball game and with only 4100 seats, you will get a great view no matter where you sit. The concession choices are many and you will enjoy your favorites such as pizzas, popcorn, pretzels or even a specialty sandwich such as chicken parm or meatball parm.
The Hawks are part of the MAAC which means home games with Marist, Canisius, Fairfield, Manhattan, Iona, Quinnipiac, Niagara, Siena, St. Peter’s and Rider. These teams will be trying to win the MAAC Tournament and earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament which the Hawks did in 2006.
Monmouth basketball is good fun for the whole family. But if you are out with the adults, it is also only a mile from Jersey Shore. Whatever you have planned for pregame and post game, get your tickets to a Hawks game. You don’t want to miss out this season.
image courtesy of monmouthhawks.com

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