Milwaukee Athletic Director Amanda Braun sat down with the3rdmanin.com to discuss the athletic department with several questions about the new Milwaukee baseball facility plans. Here is an excerpt of the interview
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The Jacksonville State University Board of Trustees has given approval today for construction of a new baseball stadium after receiving a combined private gift of $2 million to help fund the project. “We are very thankful for this generous $2 million private gift that we have received,” said JSU President John M. Beehler. “This transformational […]
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Brown University Athletics has begun the construction of a new baseball and softball complex, scheduled to open for the 2017 spring seasons. The $5 million project, entirely donor-funded, will feature synthetic turf playing surfaces at both baseball and softball to replace the existing grass fields at the same location of the Erickson […]
BLACKSBURG — Virginia Tech has renamed its baseball stadium in recognition of a generous commitment of support to athletics from Union Bank & Trust. Now known as English Field at Union Park, the stadium will be upgraded substantially, with help from $3.5 million committed by the Richmond-based bank. “We’re deeply grateful for Union’s generosity and […]
Long Beach, Calif. – While construction on Blair Field remains in its early stages, the project has received a major boost in the form of a $1 million gift from longtime supporter Marilyn Bohl. The renovations at Blair are dependent on continued financial support, and this donation marks a significant step forward for the project–one […]
LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech will continue to improve one of the top baseball facilities in the country with nearly $1 million in renovations to Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park. Director of Athletics Kirby Hocutt announced the upcoming projects were fully-funded and ready to begin construction on Nov. 13 during a news conference […]
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Current Texas Rangers star and former Mississippi State baseball great Mitch Moreland recently made a $100,000 donation toward the new Dudy Noble Field, the MSU Bulldog Club announced Thursday. As a result of his significant generosity, the indoor batting cages at the new stadium will be named after him.