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  • Georgia Tech Repaints Floor to Better Match Brand

    by Jason Scott February 2019

    A common gripe among college sports fans is when a team’s colors don't look quite right. Whether on uniforms or apparel, or as part of facilities themselves, fans can simply tell when something is off.

  • Courtside Seats Set Syracuse Up for Attendance Record

    by Paul Steinbach February 2019

    Syracuse University has managed to squeeze four additional seats on both sides of the Carrier Dome scorer's table, setting the stage for a new on-campus basketball attendance record when Duke visits the Orange on Saturday.

  • Adapt or Die: The New Requirements for LED Sports Lighting

    by Eaton's Ephesus Sports Lighting February 2019

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    For more than 50 years, sports lighting was simplistic.  You had one choice and it offered very little functionality. Facility operators became accustomed to the limitations of metal halide lights and worked around the inconveniences. Everyone was “happy,” or so they thought.  And then in 2012, LED sports lighting was introduced, and the expectations changed forever.

  • Fans Prompt U. of Wisconsin to Mull Stadium Handrails

    by Paul Steinbach February 2019

    The lower seating bowl of Camp Randall Stadium, home to University of Wisconsin football, has seen few significant changes since 1917, but it may see the addition of handrails for the first time if safety-conscious fans get their way.

  • Washington State Baseball Facility Met with Resistance

    by Andy Berg February 2019

    Washington State has approved a $10 million facility for its baseball program, but some at the school are now calling foul on how the new stadium will be funded.

  • Decision on Illinois Men's Hockey Coming Soon

    by Jason Scott February 2019

    The University of Illinois appears poised to add men’s hockey as a varsity sport, but it’s not a done deal just yet.

  • Facility Friday: Florida Ballparks, Brewers Training Complex

    by Jason Scott February 2019

    The University of Florida unveiled a $15 million renovation of its Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium this week. The project was a total revamp, except for the playing field, which was protected during construction. A 360-degree concourse and new chairback seating improve the fan experience, whereas the team gets larger lounge space, a new locker room and coaches offices. — Daily Commercial

  • Wisconsin Athletic Department Seeks $159M Budget

    by Andy Berg February 2019

    The University of Wisconsin-Madison athletics department is looking to secure a lot more for the coming fiscal year.

  • Maryland Governor Sours on New NFL Stadium

    by Andy Berg February 2019

    Washington D.C.’s NFL team has lost a prominent proponent in its efforts to build a new stadium.

  • New Product Roundup: Lighting | Fitness | Graphics

    by AB Staff February 2019

    Check out the newest products as seen in the January | February 2019 issue.