UConn Approves $60M for Trio of New Stadiums

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The University of Connecticut board of trustees has approved a $60 million proposal for new baseball, softball and soccer stadiums.

The initial $4.75 million was approved back in March for the design of the three stadiums, and the project is expected to break ground mid-2018.

According to The UConn blog, the new stadiums are part of a larger facilities plan, which could include as much as $185 million for upgrades to recreational facilities. That includes $100 million towards a new student recreation center, $25 million for rec center infrastructure, and $60 million for “athletic stadia and related projects.”

The proposal has passed and will be funded by bonds issued in March of 2018, which the school will repay over time.

Renderings of the new baseball, softball and soccer facilities can be found here

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