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CRAWFORD BLOG: U of L athletic facilities built since 1995

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I know there have been compilations of these before, but on Tom Jurich's 15th anniversary at U of L, it really is something to look at them listed together like this . . .

U of L ATHLETIC FACILITIES BUILT SINCE 1995

Papa John's Cardinal Stadium (1998) $82 million

Cardinal Park multiple venues (2000) $13.8 million
-- Ulmer stadium (softball), Don Fightmaster playground (public), Jewish Hospital cardiopath (public), Track/Soccer Stadium, Cardinal Park Sportsplex (locker/training rooms multiple sports), Joe Kitchen Memorial Pavilion (public use), Trager Stadium (field hockey)

Minardi Hall Dormitory (2002) $4.5 million

Ralph Wright Natatorium (2005) $11.6 million

Jim Patterson Stadium, baseball (2005) $6.7 million

Shad Mason Hack Shack, baseball indoor facility (2006) $250,000

Koetter Center softball batting cages (2006) $250,000

Trager Center indoor practice facility (2006) $8 million

Papa John's Cardinal Stadium north scoreboard (2006) $2 million

Lacrosse Stadium (2006) $1.5 million

Yum! Center basketball practice facility (2007) $15.2 million

Musselman Golf Center indoor facility (2008) $850,000

Marshall Center strength/conditioning for all sports (2008) $4.7 million

Papa John's Cardinal Stadium expansion (2010) $75 million

Cardinal Boathouse (2011) $2.6 million

Floyd Street land acquisitions (2010-12) $12 million

PRIVATE/STATE FUNDED PROJECTS
NOT OWNED BY ULAA


Cardinal Club private development (2001) $10 million (estimated)
KFC Yum! Center city/state (2010) $238 million

IN PROGRESS

Patterson Stadium Expansion (2013 projected) $4 million
Campus soccer stadium (TBA) $18 million

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