RECENT ARTICLES
  • Charleston Southern Switching to Synthetic Turf

    by Special to The Post and Courier April 2015

    Charleston Southern's football stadium will have a different look when the Buccaneers open the 2015 season.

  • Bucks: Arena Deal by Summer, Ground-Breaking in Fall?

    by DON WALKER, dwalker@journalsentinel.com Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Staff, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel April 2015

    The Bucks and their supporters have to persuade state legislators to approve some form of an arena financing plan by summer, and in the process win the hearts and minds - and wallets - of the Milwaukee County Board and the Milwaukee Common Council.

  • Reds Add Nursing Suite at Great American Ballpark

    by Laura Godlewski April 2015

    During the offseason, the Cincinnati Reds made an addition to their stadium, the Great American Ballpark, that they hope will be a hit with moms who attend the game with their babies. 

    After Reds executive Phil Castellini heard that many moms watching games at the stadium asked for a quiet and private place to feed and take care of their babies at the park, the team partnered with Pampers and local homebuilder Fischer Homes to create a suite that fit their needs. 

  • Utah State AD: Stadium Sponsorship Necessary

    by Lya Wodraska The Salt Lake Tribune April 2015

    Utah State's move into the realm of corporate naming rights for its stadium might raise some eyebrows of those who prefer more historical names, but Utah State athletic director Scott Barnes said it was a necessary shift to keep his athletic program competitive with the big leagues.

  • MiLB's Dragons Give Downtown Dayton Economic Boost

    by Mark Fisher, Dayton Daily News April 2015

    In front of the backdrop of the new high-resolution video screen, manager Jose Nives talks with catcher Julio Morillo during a workout last week. The Dayton Dragons' home opener for the 2015 season is today.

  • The AB Extra: April 10

    by Laura Godlewski April 2015

    This week's AB Extra includes updates on two prominent professional stadiums, a warning for anyone thinking of attending The Masters and a new potential programming idea for your facility. But we begin with a new youth football league aimed at fixing the "broken" culture in sports. New to The Extra? Here's last week's edition.

  • School District Closing Deal on Stadium Naming Rights

    by JON SWEDIEN JOURNAL STAFF WRITER April 2015

    Albuquerque Public Schools and its foundation are close to finishing a deal with Nusenda Credit Union to rename the sports site Nusenda Credit Union Community Stadium.

  • Milwaukee Bucks Unveil First Renderings of New Arena

    by Michael Gaio April 2015

    The Milwaukee Bucks and their design team released new renderings detailing what the layout will look like for the new multi-purpose arena and entertainment district they plan to build in downtown Milwaukee. The proposed site sits between Fourth Street and Sixth Street from State Street to McKinley Avenue. 

  • Stadium Solar Array to Be Among Country's Largest

    by Jasen Lee Deseret News April 2015

    Real Salt Lake announced plans Tuesday to construct a 2,020-kilowatt solar panel array system that will generate about 73 percent of the electricity needed annually to operate the facility.

  • Opinion: Wrigley Has No Business Hosting Baseball

    by Rick Morrissey April 2015

    It's not just the Wrigley Field bathrooms that are a problem for Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts. It's the entire look and functionality of a bombed-out ballpark that has no business hosting baseball games this season. Where does one go to get a Wrigley-ectomy?