July 11th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

Montana State University made a big step toward the finish line for its Master Plan. It’s been about 50 years since the last major upgrade for athletes at MSU and that looks like it is about to change. Since 1958, student-athletes here have had to share a space that was built for far less than who are competing and training there today. Wednesday morning, university leaders took that to the Montana Board of Regents, seeking approval on an expansion that would add 40,000 square feet of building space to Bobcat Stadium. MSU director of athletics Leon Costello says it is more than football that will feel this. “For the bang for the buck, it benefitted every single student-athlete and program that we had,” Costello says. The Brick Fieldhouse and the Bobcat Stadium has seen thousands of students for decades. – Cody Boyer, kbzk – Read More

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