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Facility Friday: Georgia State Convocation Center, App State North End Zone and More

Jason Scott

Georgia State University held a groundbreaking ceremony for its $85.2 million convocation center. The facility will have flexible capacity, and be capable of hosting 7,300 for basketball, 7,500 for graduation events and 8,000 for concerts. The facility will also include classroom, academic support space and large enough to hold conferences and esports tournaments. Construction is expected to be completed in August 2022. — GeorgeStateSports.com

Idaho State University unveiled Davis Field after the facility underwent a $7.1 million renovation. The soccer field was widened to meet NCAA requirements, and the field was upgraded with improved drainage. Additionally, bleachers were upgraded and new rubber track surface was installed. — Idaho State Journal 

A new fitness and aquatics center was opened in Albertville, Ala., on Tuesday. The two-story facility includes spaces for cardio, strength and conditioning, group fitness, basketball and racquetball courts, an indoor track, and an indoor aquatics facility with a lap pool, splash pad and concessions area. — WHNT.com

Appalachian State University opened the first phase of its north end zone facility at Kidd Brewer Stadium. The mixed-use facility features 88,233 square feet of interior space, and adds 1,000 balcony seats with views into the stadium. Additional spaces include a ballroom for hosting community and academic events, a weight room, a locker room, a team lounge, a hydrotherapy area and a team store. — today.appstate.edu

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