University of South Dakota Breaks Ground on New Athletics Building
VERMILLION, SD — The University of South Dakota broke ground today on a new athletics building The new Sports Performance Enhancement Complex will feature:6,000 seat basketball and volleyball arenaresearch space for occupational therapy, physical therapy, kinesiology and sports sciencessports medicine programs nine-lane NCAA certified outdoor track two soccer fields. The new complex is expected to cost 66-million dollars and open in August of 2016.
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