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|STUDENT RECREATION COMPLEX DEBUTS START OF A NEW ERA|
|Monday, 22 March 2010 22:45|
The Cal State Stanislaus Warriors have a new facility in which to build a new era and will make history in it in 2011.
The University’s $16.1 million Student Recreation Complex (SRC) opened in fall 2009 among hundreds of excited Warrior Faithful — leaders, student athletes, and community members. For the first time in its history, CSU Stanislaus will host the NCAA Division II Track & Field Championships on May 26-28, 2011, a major boost for the University and the Turlock economy in the coming year.
“The Complex will enable us to continue improving the quality of our programs and will help us recruit top-notch student athletes for our soccer and track and field teams,” Athletics Director Milt Richards said.
The CSU Stanislaus SRC, located at the southeast corner of campus, features a lighted, 2,300-seat stadium with a state-of-the-art polyurethane track, and an 18,644 square-foot Student Fitness Center.
People can support Cal State Athletics by purchasing a stadium seat in the new sports complex. Named seats become a permanent fixture on campus and a symbol of the community’s generous support. Call University Advancement at 209-667-3131 for details.