Minnesota United officially announced that construction on Allianz Field is complete and is ready to host the club for their first home game of the MLS season April 13. The $250 million, 19,400-seat venue was designed by Populous and features a complete seating bowl, providing an intimate atmosphere, and an translucent exterior skin allowing the stadium to glow. — MLSSoccer.com

The University of Arizona opened the $16.5 million Cole and Jeannie Davis Sports Center on Sunday. The facility has an indoor synthetic turf field, support space for a weight room, training room and video, and bay door access to two practice fields. — tucsonnewsnow.com

The University of Toledo unveiled a new hydrotherapy center inside the school’s Larimer Athletic Complex. The Hotmer Family Hydrotherapy Center features two in-ground therapy pools, one that can be used as either a hot or cold pool, and the other strictly a cold pool. It also features a Hydroworx 350 Underwater Treadmill for use in recovery. — utnews.utoledo.edu

Arizona State University unveiled a new outdoor field dubbed the Bro and Blegan Agility Field on Monday. The 53-yard wide, 35-yard long outdoor field will be used primarily by the football team for walkthroughs and agility training throughout the year. The facility is the latest in a series of upgrades for the Sun Devils over the past two years, following the creation of the Student-Athlete Facility and a renovation to Sun Devil Stadium. — thesundevils.com

Columbia University opened a new on-campus golf training center this week. The newly renovated 3,000-square-foot facility, located in the Dodge Fitness Center, provides a year-round space for student-athletes to practice everything from full swings to short game. The state-of-the-art facility features a wide array of the latest technology, including two Foresight GC Quads, Foresight GC2 HMT, V1 Software, BodiTrak, a Perfection Putting Platform, PuttView, Blast Motion and more. — GoColumbiaLions.com

The University of Kentucky baseball team played its first game in Kentucky Proud Park this week. The $49 million facility has permanent seating for 2,500, but can accommodate as many as 7,000 with additional space and temporary seating. Suites and a club area are available to fans, along with a 48-by-30-foot video board. Student-athletes have access to a team lounge, training area, indoor space for hitting and pitching, a locker room and a recruiting room. — Forbes

Jason Scott is Online Managing Editor of Athletic Business.