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    Re: FCS Facilities

    Quote Originally Posted by JSUBison View Post
    What school had the pee wall?
    We STILL have a pee wall on the visitors side of General Johnson Hagood, CSA, Stadium. It has a step up so we don't get our schmeckles wet.
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    Re: FCS Facilities

    Youngstown State University
    Youngstown, OH

    Stambaugh Stadium
    Capacity: 20,630











    Debartolo Stadium Club







    Watson and Tressel Training Site (The WATTS)









    Farmers National Bank Field / New Softball Complex
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    Re: FCS Facilities

    Man, YSU has facilities named after all kinds of shady characters.
    The reason Ursus says "probably"


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    Re: FCS Facilities

    Richmond gets my vote for best facilities, really top shelf.
    FB CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS - 1935 1985 1989 1999 2009 2010
    FCS PLAYOFFS - 1988 1989 1993 1995 2009 2010 2014
    NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME - 1989
    WALTER PAYTON AWARD - 2010
    TOTAL SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS - 87
    MBB CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS - 1931 32 33 34 35 36 40 48 55 64 67 70 71 72 82 83 87 08 09 13 14 15 16
    SLC COMMISSIONER'S CUP - 2010 2012 2015 2016 2017


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    Re: FCS Facilities

    I still can't help but laugh at that great disparities between the two sides of the football stadium for YSU.

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    Re: FCS Facilities

    Lehigh's Goodman Stadium 16k seats, about 20-22k total capacity.....





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    Quote Originally Posted by NoDak 4 Ever View Post
    Man, YSU has facilities named after all kinds of shady characters.

    They really do. Where is the Gambino Family Study Hall Building?
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    Re: FCS Facilities

    University of Delaware - Newark, DE
    Tubby Raymond Field at Delaware Stadium (built 1952, seats 22,000)

    Home to UD Football, Men's Lacrosse, and Women's Lacrosse


    Acierno Arena, Bob Carpenter Center (built 1992, seats 5,000)
    Home to UD Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, and Volleyball


    Bob Hannah Stadium
    Home to UD Baseball


    Stuart & Suzanne Grant Stadium (presently being renovated, picture of rendering)

    Home to UD Men's Soccer, Women's Soccer, and Women's Outdoor Track & Field


    Delaware Softball Diamond (seats 500)
    Home to UD Softball


    Fred P. Rullo Jr. Stadium (built 1998, seats 2,000)
    Home to UD Field Hockey


    Rawstrom Natatorium at Carpenter Sports Building (built 1967, seats 700)
    Home to UD Men's Swimming & Diving and Women's Swimming & Diving


    Delaware Field House (built 1966, seats 4,000)

    Training facility for all sports
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    9/30 v. #1 James Madison [14-10] - 10/7 @ Stony Brook [0-1] - 10/14 v. William & Mary [23-18] - 10/21 v. #6 Richmond [20-11]
    10/28 @ Towson [11-7] - 11/4 @ Maine [23-11] - 11/11 v. #25 Albany [4-2]- 11/18 @ #9 Villanova [21-28-1]

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    Welcome to STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STATE UNIVERSITY in the beautiful piney woods of Nacogdoches, Texas


    HOMER BRYCE STADIUM


    - Built in 1973, the stadium seats about 15,000 fans, but using the surrounding grassy surface ups the capacity to nearly 25,000. Renovations in 2003 added luxury suites, an elevator, and the Touchdown Club located in the remodeled press box. In 2006 a new video board was installed. The field was replaced last year with a Hellas Matrix Turf surface. The record SFA crowd at the stadium is 23,657 set in 1999 in a game against McNeese State.








    WILLIAM R. JOHNSON COLISEUM

    - Built in 1974, the multi-purpose arena seats 7,203 seats. In 2006 a Daktronics ProStar video board and ProAd panel were installed. Last season a new hardwood floor was put in.










    JAYCEES FIELD

    - The field has a capacity for about 1,000 fans with natural grass and an electronic scoreboard. In 2009 the field underwent renovations including 148 chairbacked seats, 740 bleacher seats, a new press box, and an awning over premium seating areas. Last season lights were installed.








    SHELTON GYM

    - Home of LadyJack Volleyball



    SCHLIEF TENNIS COMPLEX




    SFA SOCCER COMPLEX

    - New turf installed last season and a new brick and cement stand with locker room to be built.






    SFA SOFTBALL FIELD


    TEXAS PRO BOWL

    - Home of the LadyJack Bowling Team
    FB CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS - 1935 1985 1989 1999 2009 2010
    FCS PLAYOFFS - 1988 1989 1993 1995 2009 2010 2014
    NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME - 1989
    WALTER PAYTON AWARD - 2010
    TOTAL SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS - 87
    MBB CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS - 1931 32 33 34 35 36 40 48 55 64 67 70 71 72 82 83 87 08 09 13 14 15 16
    SLC COMMISSIONER'S CUP - 2010 2012 2015 2016 2017


    AXE'EM JACKS!

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    Re: FCS Facilities

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBleedYellow View Post
    I still can't help but laugh at that great disparities between the two sides of the football stadium for YSU.
    Fitton Field at Holy Cross is similar, if not worse.

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