February 12th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

Texas A&M dedicated Davis Diamond, its $28.6-million softball complex, on Saturday, and the Aggie track and field team will have its first home outdoor meet on April 6 with the debut of $39.8-million E.B. Cushing Stadium. A&M made the financial commitment for those facilities so they’d be in the top quartile of the Southeastern Conference, A&M athletic director Scott Woodward. A&M has invested heavily in facilities in the last decade, including $485 million to renovate Kyle Field and $24.3 million to redo Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park. And A&M’s not finished. “We’re going to re-invest in redoing our weight room and redo and expand the locker rooms for swimming,” Woodward said. “We’re continuing to invest and do those things.” -Robert Cessna, The Eagle, Read More

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