Constructed at a cost of approximately $45 million, the state-of-the-art TD Arena project is the home of College of Charleston men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball. In addition to serving as one of the premier facilities in the Southern Conference, the TD Arena project includes expanded media areas, an elegant hospitality area, locker rooms for multiple teams and a new box office. It also includes dedicated Hall of Fame areas, excellent strength and conditioning areas, an expanded practice area as well as office space, an academic support area and a spacious sports medicine facility.
Arena Quick Facts
Square Footage - 190,500 of new and renovated construction.
Seating Capacity - 5,100
Restrooms: Concourse level - four men’s, four women’s, four family
Concession Stands - Four
First Aid - Located on the concourse level behind Section 107.
Scoreboards: Four located on the corner fascia showing time, score, team fouls, possession, and bonus; one 16mm video with player stats on west end; one team stats and player stats located on east end.
• Over 1,900 tons of structural steel
• Over 200,000 brick
• Over 400 tons of reinforcing steel
• Over 5,000 cubic yards of concrete
• Over 45,000 linear feet of concrete foundation
John Kresse Court
The College of Charleston will honor legendary coach John Kresse. Kresse is the all-time winningest coach in Cougar history with 560 career victories. Kresse, who led Charleston to four NCAA Tournament and three NIT appearances, left an indelible mark on College of Charleston basketball and has the court of TD Arena named for him.