Bankers Life Fieldhouse – Indiana Pacers

Once you enter the main lobby of the Fieldhouse you are quickly reminded that you are entering a party and not just a game. There are bands, drum groups, ushers welcoming you onto the concourse and a bevy of cheerleaders who will take a picture with you. If you do not feel welcomed by any of this, please check your pulse.

Cronulla Secure Stadium Naming Rights Deal with Gambling Company

Shark Park, home ground of the Cronulla team in the National Rugby League (NRL), has been re-named PointsBet Stadium in a four-year multi-million dollar naming rights deal.

Rudy Abbott Field at Jim Case Stadium – Jacksonville State Gamecocks

The JSU baseball team is named the Gamecocks, primarily for its fighting spirit and large population base of poultry in this rural area. The Gamecocks play in the Ohio Valley Conference and have a very successful baseball history, with a nearly .700 all-time winning percentage.

Grand Park Events Center – Indy AlleyCats

The Indy AlleyCats have taken their game indoors to the Grand Park Events Center in Westfield, Indiana, becoming the only team in the league to play indoors. The facility offers suites, a full-service restaurant, and climate control temperatures all season long.

Xcel Energy Center – Minnesota Wild

The Minnesota Wild play in the Central Division of the Western Conference of the NHL. The team had its inaugural season in 2000, as an expansion team, replacing the Minnesota North Stars, who had relocated to Dallas in 1993 .

Vert Stadium – High Point Panthers

Vert Stadium – High Point Panthers

Vert Stadium has consistently been ranked as one of the best track & field, soccer, and lacrosse facilities in the country and the venue lives up to that standard each and every game day. Reopened in 2007, “The Vert” has been a big draw for High Point University, serving primarily as the permanent home of HPU’s lacrosse and soccer programs.

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Road to The Final Four: Minneapolis

Road to The Final Four: Minneapolis

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament’s Final Four returned to Minneapolis in grand style after an 18 year hiatus.  After the host city witnessed Christian Laettner’s iconic buzzer heater in 1992 and an epic comeback in the 2001 semifinal en route to championships, more Duke heroics with the current lineup was anticipated.

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The Other March Madness – Providence

The Other March Madness – Providence

March Madness is associated mainly with one thing: basketball. The name itself just conjures up images of buzzer beaters, cinderellas, and thrilling performances. But there’s a different March Madness and it comes in the form of the NCAA men’s ice hockey tournament which culminates in the Frozen Four. This year the East regional took place at the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island.

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The Hangar Dome – Millsaps College Majors

The Hangar Dome – Millsaps College Majors

Millsaps College is small private Methodist college located north of downtown Jackson in the Historic Belhaven neighborhood. The college is small by most standards with an enrollment of just over 900 students. Millsaps opened its doors in 1890 when Confederate veteran Major Reuben Webster Millsaps donated $550,000 and the land for the university. Named after Millsaps, the Majors compete at the Division III level in the Southern Athletic Association, and with their enrollment of 900 are currently the smallest school in the conference.

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Toyota Center – Houston Rockets

Toyota Center – Houston Rockets

In 2003, the Houston Rockets bid farewell to their longtime home, the Houston Summit, to move into their state-of-the-art downtown facility, the Toyota Center. Since that time, much to the delight of their faithful fans, the Rockets have risen to become a perennial playoff team in the Western Conference. The team has rewarded their die-hards with a truly special place to call home.

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Staples Center – Los Angeles Clippers

Staples Center – Los Angeles Clippers

The Staples Center continues to serve as the premiere indoor sports facility in the Los Angeles area. Its mix of teams touch upon almost every demographic in a city known for being very diverse. Its location across the street from the LA Live music, restaurant and entertainment district makes it a very attractive place for a night on the town for your family and friends.

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Veteran’s Memorial Park – Sacred Heart Pioneers

Veteran’s Memorial Park – Sacred Heart Pioneers

Starting in 2001, the Pioneers played their home games at The Ballpark at Harbor Yard in neighboring Bridgeport. The ballpark, which also served as home to the Atlantic League’s Bridgeport Bluefish, was closed in 2017 to be converted to an outdoor concert venue. Sacred Heart was forced to split their 2018 home schedule among several area ballparks. For 2019 the school found a home closer to campus at neighboring Veteran’s Memorial Park, right across the street from the Sacred Heart campus.

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