A variety of naming opportunities are available for those who support
the Athletic and Recreation Complex project at the highest levels. This
is not only a fitting way to recognize Coe's most generous supporters,
but also to ensure these contributors are honored by the college in
perpetuity. Naming opportunities range from $1,000 to 5 million dollars.
Alumni and friends are encouraged to contribute funds to "buy"
individual lockers to benefit Kohawk athletes. Click here
The coaching offices will be remodeled and feature new furnishings to provide an enhanced and welcoming environment. There will be 15-20 new offices built.
A new elevator will help ensure full accessibility for all.
Most Kohawk athletic teams will get new, dedicated locker rooms. The
locker rooms will include new lockers, showers and restroom facilities. Click here
to learn more information.
The classrooms in the Athletic and Recreation Complex project will be
enhanced with the latest technology, improving the environment for
teaching and learning.
The equipment and laundry room area will be modernized, giving Dougie
Peters an improved environment to manage the essential behind-the-scenes
area for Kohawk athletics.
Hall of Fame Walkway
The Hall of Fame walkway will honor Coe All-Americans and other outstanding Kohawk athletes.
Athletic Training Office
The athletic training office will be remodeled and feature new furnishings to provide an enhanced and welcoming environment.
Football Locker Room
Kohawk football will get a new, dedicated locker room. The locker room
with include new lockers, showers and restroom facilities. The money
needed for the football locker room has been committed and is no longer
available for naming rights. Click here
for more information.
New batting cages will be used by Kohawk baseball and softball players to sharpen their skills.
The current gymnasium and
wrestling areas will be converted into a multi-purpose court for recreational sports and
intercollegiate practices. The facility will include three basketball
courts that can be separated by curtains or opened into one large
facility for throwing, indoor soccer, baseball and softball practices,
and countless other activities.
A new facade that wraps around the southern and eastern faces of the natatorium will feature the new wrestling facilities. The facade will join the new performance arena and competition court with the fitness center and bridge, so that from College Drive the entire project will look like a cohesive whole and will align with existing campus architecture. The money needed for the wresting facilities has been committed and is no longer available for naming rights. Click here for more information.
Fitness Center and Bridge
A key feature of the project is a bridge over College Drive that will join the new Eby addition to the Clark Racquet Center, creating a new, comprehensive facility. This bridge -- which will be mostly glass -- will provide a stunning visual feature for the Coe community and visitors alike. The bridge will house much of the college's fitness center. Click here for more information.
The proposed new performance arena and competition court will hold
nearly 2,000 spectators. It will have a modern configuration where
visitors enter in an upper-level concourse. The
performance arena will be located to the north of Eby, and it will be
connected to a new east-facing facade. Click here for more information.