- Tennessee Nets $5.5M for Track Facility Renovation
by Mike Strange October 2016
Randy and Jenny Boyd of Knoxville have provided a $5.5 million gift to spearhead Phase Two of renovations at the University of Tennessee's Tom Black Track at LaPorte Stadium.
- Wake Forest Gets $15M Athletics Gift
by John Newsom October 2016
WINSTON-SALEM — Wake Forest University said it has received an additional $15 million for its athletics program from one of its biggest benefactors. The gift, announced today, is from 1961 graduate Bob McCreary, who played football at Wake Forest and later founded a furniture company.
- Carolina Panthers Fund HS Hurricane Recovery
by Courtney Cameron October 2016
Not for the first time, the Carolina Panthers have stepped up to help high school athletics programs in North and South Carolina recover from losses due to hurricane damage.
- Nevada State Senate Approves $1.4B for Raiders Stadium
by Courtney Cameron October 2016
With the Nevada state legislature making quick decisions concerning funding for a new stadium for the Oakland Raiders, owner Mark Davis may have to follow through on his promise to move the team to Las Vegas. Following a designated public forum at the state capitol on Tuesday, the Nevada Senate voted 16-5 in approval of a $1.4 billion public funding package to build the Raiders a new home stadium and convention center in Las Vegas.
- Universal Playground to Break Ground
by James Chilton October 2016
After years of planning, designs and fundraising, a universally accessible playground at Cahill Park is set to break ground this month.
- Idaho AD Pushed to Delay FCS Move
by Josh Wright September 2016
A week before the University of Idaho announced that it would become the first school to drop from the highest level of college football, athletic director Rob Spear wanted to delay the move.
- Miami Practice Facility Nets $14M Donation
by Hal Habib September 2016
The university confirmed its largest athletic donation, $14 million from the family of Jeffrey Soffer toward the construction of the Carol Soffer Football Indoor Practice Facility, an 81,800-square-foot structure that will include coaches' offices and team meeting rooms.
- Seniors Go Topless to Fundraise for Rec Center
by Emily Attwood October 2015
Looking for a creative way to raise some extra funds for your recreation center project? Pilot Mound, small town in Manitoba is raising some eyebrows with its latest initiative — selling calendars featuring topless men in “flirty” poses.
- Proposed St. Louis Stadium Finds Naming Sponsor
by Jason Scott October 2015
The proposed riverfront football stadium in St. Louis got a cash infusion late yesterday, as Missouri governor Jay Nixon’s stadium task force unveiled a $158 million sponsorship deal.
- Sponsored Video: How to Make a Daktronics Video Board a Reality for Your High School
by AB Staff August 2015
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