Cacciatore Stadium Phase II
Phase II calls for a stadium with a press box and permanent seating for nearly 1,000 in a stadium atmosphere. These plans will elevate DePaul’s softball facilities to the needed level to host NCAA regional competition as well as host televised games.
Cacciatore Stadium Phase II Naming Opportunities
All gifts can be made utilizing a five-year pledge. For more information, contact Thad Dohrn at (773) 325-1456 or by email at email@example.com.
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For more information regarding naming opportunities or pledge information, contact Thad Dohrn Senior Director of Development for Athletics at (773) 325-1456 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outdoor Track Project
The goal for the outdoor track project will be to raise $400,000, a modest price to have a track that DePaul can calls its own. The goal also includes the costs for purchasing the needed equipment for the various field events and a contingency fund for a future resurfacing of the track.
DePaul Track & Field will have a convenient facility for outdoor practice and competition for the first time in five decades. Just a short jog from the Lincoln Park campus, It will be a place for our student-athletes to call home. The facility will be a dramatic improvement for our current student-athletes. The stadium will feature dedicated spaces for cages, pits and other amenities needed to compete in all the NCAA sponsored events including javelin, steeplechase and pole vault.
The new track will enhance recruiting and will allow DePaul and new head coach Pat Savage to host outdoor meets in the upcoming years.
Donors to the Outdoor Track Project
Naming Opportunities for the Outdoor Track Project
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For more information regarding naming opportunities or pledge information, contact Thad Dohrn Senior Director of Development for Athletics at 773-325-1456 or email@example.com.