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    Morehouse College has several impressive sports facilities on its 61-acre campus near downtown Atlanta. The college's B.T. Harvey Stadium/Edwin Moses Track is a 9,000-seat stadium that was the largest on-campus stadium at any private HBCU in the nation at the time of its completion in 19831. The college's Archer Hall also houses a gymnasium that seats 1,000 people and was used by the college's basketball team before the construction of the Franklin Forbes Arena1. Additionally, Morehouse has six outdoor lighted tennis courts available for use by the college community

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    Forbes Arena

    Named in honor of Morehouse coach and administrator Franklin L. Forbes, the arena is a 6,000-seat facility that was built as part of the $51-million investment in the Atlanta University Center by the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games. The arena is home to the basketball team, the athletic department offices, and the Department of Kinesiology, Sports Studies, and Physical Education.

    B.T. Harvey Stadium/Edwin Moses Track

    Morehouse’s stadium is named in honor of
    Burwell Towns Harvey, the most successful
    athletics coach in Morehouse history. He coached Maroon Tiger teams in football, basketball and baseball for 13 years. The track is named in honor of Morehouse alumnus and Olympic track star Edwin Moses’78.

    Archer Hall

    Named after the fifth president of Morehouse College, Samuel Howard Archer, Archer Hall holds the College’s recreational facilities, including a gymnasium, swimming pool, and game room. The gymnasium seats 1,000 people.