Medaille Sports Complex Now Taking Reservations for Spring 2019
The newly developed Medaille Sports Complex, located at 427 Elk St. in Buffalo, is set to serve as the home of the Medaille College Mavericks men’s and women’s soccer and lacrosse programs, starting this spring. The Sports Complex will also be open for community use as of April 1, 2019, and rental inquiries are now being accepted.
The Medaille Sports Complex features a state-of-the-art outdoor athletic turf field that is lined for soccer, lacrosse and field hockey, and also contains sideline hash marks for football. Additionally, a 20,000-square foot Athletics Administration Building includes locker rooms, fitness facilities, classrooms / meeting space, concessions space and storage. On-site parking is available.
The community rental rate is $125 per hour for peak times, and rental options are based on availability.
Fill out the online form, or contact Medaille College Athletic Director and Vice President for Student Development Amy M. DeKay, M.S. ’95 at (716) 880-2224 or firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about rental space or to book the facilities.
Photo of newly installed turf field by Tess M. Williams.
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