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Facility Friday: Mizzou Football Facility, West End Stadium

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The University of Missouri announced that it received a $10 million donation from an anonymous donor to build a new indoor practice facility. The new building will replace the Devine Pavilion, which opened in 1998, and allow that facility to be used by the school’s softball, baseball and women’s soccer teams year-round. Details of the project are still being worked out, but the athletic department will present the project scope, budget and fundraising plan to the Board of Curators by the end of the month. —

North Dakota State is reportedly close to breaking ground on a new indoor football practice facility. The state Board of Higher Education approved the $37.2 million project in 2018, but the project has been in planning and fundraising mode for years. While a formal announcement hasn’t been made about a groundbreaking yet, INFORUM reports that the project could break ground in spring.—

Millikan High School recently installed new synthetic turf on its football field. The turf is the latest upgrade to DeHaven Stadium, which also received a new all-weather track surface recently. —

FC Cincinnati installed a new pitch at West End Stadium. The natural grass surface was installed this week, and is one of the finishing touches on the project, which is expected to open in March. —  

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