Arvin Gymnasium

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Arvin Gymnasium
LocationBrewerton Road Rd
West Point, NY 10996
Coordinates 41°23′35″N73°57′39″W / 41.39306°N 73.96083°W / 41.39306; -73.96083 Coordinates: 41°23′35″N73°57′39″W / 41.39306°N 73.96083°W / 41.39306; -73.96083
Owner United States Military Academy
OperatorUnited States Military Academy
Openedre-opened: 2005
Army Black Knights (NCAA)
Non-varsity sports
West Point Team Handball

Arvin Gymnasium is a multi-purpose sport venue on the campus of United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. The building hosts two basketball courts, rock climbing wall, weight room, racquetball courts and boxing rooms. It is the home of the Wrestling Program of the Army.

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