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  • Small College Celebrates Debut of $5.5M Soccer Complex

    by Michelle Kearns News Staff Reporter September 2014

    Instead of using the Riverside High School field, D'Youville College athletes and fans can walk a few blocks from the campus to Porter and Fourth Street, where a Ted's hot dog stand once stood.

  • Ice Arena Opening Delayed, Lawsuit Threatened Over Leak

    by Thomas J. Prohaska News Niagara Reporter September 2014

    The board of the Lockport Ice Arena and Sports Center, has filed a notice of claim against the city, threatening a lawsuit over the city's inability to find the source of a leak that has been pouring water into the foundations of Cornerstone Arena for more than three months.

  • Vinyl Wall Art Aids Cal State Fullerton's Facility Branding

    by MIRIN FADER Staff writer, The Orange County Register September 2014

    Titan Stadium, home to the men's and women's soccer teams, has a new look this season. Vinyl wall art was added to the auxiliary locker room building at the south end of the stadium.

  • School Board Favors Synthetic Fields Over Grandstand

    by Susan Sarkauskas ssarkauskas@dailyherald.com September 2014

    Seats on the home side for varsity football games at Batavia High School could remain hard to come by, as the Batavia school board Tuesday pared a larger grandstand from prioritized projects if voters agree to a plan to borrow $15 million for building.

  • Video: Stunning Levi's Stadium Time-Lapse

    by Michael Gaio September 2014

    From groundbreaking to kickoff, watch the San Francisco 49ers' new stadium's 29 month construction process in less than two minutes.

  • How Small College Stadiums Can Use Size as Advantage

    by Nate Appleman September 2014

    When the media and the public talk about the facilities "arms race" in college sports, they tend to think about it in muscular terms: The biggest stadium, the highest capacity, the greatest number of (and most luxurious) suites. But as sports program administrators know, winning the arms race isn't about securing bragging rights. It's a race to attract top recruits; offer the best experience for athletes, donors and fans; and maximize revenue.

  • Fitness Event Ruins FIU's Basketball Court

    by Michael Gaio September 2014

    The headline alone is cringe-worthy. The pictures are even worse.

  • Man Injured in Fall from AT&T Stadium Stands

    by Michael Gaio September 2014

    Unfortunately, we're writing about this topic once again.

  • U. of Washington to Sell Beer in 'Off-Leash' Deck

    by Michael Gaio August 2014

    Washington Husky fans are being given a longer leash at home football games this year.

  • San Francisco 49ers Seek Replacement for $1.4 Million Turf

    by Andrew Brandt August 2014

    The Bandara Bermuda turf cost a mere $1.4 million of the San Francisco 49ers new $1.2 billion Levi's Stadium, but its absence leaves an astonishingly visible mark.