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Furman completes funding for field house at Stone Soccer Stadium

soccer-spinks-field-houseFurman officials announced today that Greenville entrepreneurs and community leaders Martha and Stewart Spinks have provided the capstone commitment to complete funding for a new field house at the university’s Eugene Stone Soccer Stadium.

The $1.6 million, 5,300-square foot Spinks Field House will contain locker rooms for the men’s and women’s teams, public restrooms, concession stand and second story viewing deck.  It will be located between the west end of Stone Stadium and Latham Baseball Stadium.

The field house project has been in development for more than three years and is part of the recently-completed, $406 million “Because Furman Matters” capital fundraising campaign.  All funds to support the construction of the Spinks Field House came from donor gifts.

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