Originally opened as St. John's Stadium in 1978, DaSilva Memorial Field was rededicated in 1998 in memory of John DaSilva, a St. John's University hockey star who was killed tragically in an automobile accident. DaSilva Memorial Field is home to the men's lacrosse and women's track and field teams, and has a seating capacity of 1,200. The field was resurfaced in the summer of 2016 to incorporate a new Multi40 turf designed by FieldTurf and installed by LandTek. In 2010, the University completed the D'Angelo Center, a 127,000-square foot, five-story student center that is adjacent to the field. The D'Angelo Center also serves as a press box for men's lacrosse games and track & field events.
The Red Storm Track & Field team hosts numerous spring events on the DaSilva Memorial Track.The track was renovated starting in the fall of 2013 and the St. John's Track & Field team hosts its annual Tom Farrell Classic meet on the new track. The $1.5 million state-of-the-art Regupol track facility is expected to feature competitors from a number of local colleges and track clubs.