Support for 'Lady Vols' Deepens with Swim Team
by John Adams firstname.lastname@example.org John Adams is a senior columnist. Follow him at twitter.com/johnadamskns. February 2015
Swimmer Molly Hannis is the latest Tennessee female athlete to express support for the Lady Vols. Hannis, a senior who is one of UT’s most decorated current athletes, used social media to send a message at last week’s SEC swimming championships in Auburn, Ala.
Real Salt Lake Owner Pulls Soccer Stadium Proposal
by Jasen Lee Deseret News February 2015
RLS owner Dell Loy Hansen notified Utah State Fairpark administrators that the club has rescinded its January proposal for the stadium development at the fairgrounds.
UAB Fans Cool on C-USA Tourney Following Loss of Football
by Ed Miller February 2015
University of Alabama at Birmingham has sold just 500 ticket books, compared to 2,500 sold by Tulsa and UTEP, hosts of the last two Conference USA basketball tournaments.
PNC Park to Open Season with New Bars, Event Spaces
by Tom Fontaine, Pittsburgh Tribune Review February 2015
The Pittsburgh Pirates are making the most significant improvements to PNC Park since the North Shore stadium opened in 2001.
Rec Center to Host Big Sky Basketball Tournament
by BIG SKY MEDIA RELATIONS February 2015
The Big Sky Conference has approved a plan to transform the institution's recreation and wellness center into a temporary basketball arena for the event.
At Least One NFL Team in Los Angeles Is Inevitable
by Naples Daily News (Florida) February 2015
After a 20-year professional football drought, the nation's largest city without a team has been suddenly inundated with three teams, two new stadium proposals, and zero idea about what happens next.
Arlington's Overture to Dallas Cowboys Has Paid Off
by Dan Klepal, Tim Tucker; Staff February 2015
In its first six years, AT&T Stadium has delivered a Super Bowl, a Final Four, a college football championship game and everything else from monster trucks to major concerts.
Opposition to Arena's Demise Grows Louder
by Peggy Burch email@example.com 901-529-2392 February 2015
With the survival of the Mid-South Coliseum under threat by its owner, the city of Memphis, a band of the circular arena's fans launched a small campaign several years ago to defend it.
Spring Training Fans Can Come Early, Pay to See BP
by Tom D'Angelo, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer February 2015
Want to see Giancarlo Stanton send a baseball over the Miami Marlins offices beyond the left field fence at Roger Dean Stadium? Or the Cardinals' Jason Heyward spank a batting practice pitch into University Boulevard? Now you can, thanks to the Batting Practice Experience available to fans this season before Grapefruit League games.
Some Fans Feeling Sold Out at New Sun Life Stadium
by Andrew Abramson Palm Beach Post Staff Writer February 2015
Unless they want to spend tens of thousands of dollars a season, season-ticket holders will be forced to move from the only seat they've ever known to make room for new luxury seating.