A new partnership between the University of Virginia athletics and high speed network provider Ting, fans at Scott Stadium should no longer have this issue with their smartphones starting this with this Saturday’s home game against Miami. Ting will roll out a 5-gigahertz service and will utilize 168 access points throughout the stadium.
Robins Stadium opened on September 18, 2010 when Richmond knocked off Elon in overtime 27-21, in front of a sellout crowd. The stadium is named for E. Claiborne Robins, in recognition for decades of support to the University of Richmond athletics program. In addition to being the home of Spider football, it is also the home to Richmond’s lacrosse, soccer, and track and field. The all-brick façade of the stadium fits in well with the surrounding campus buildings. Despite seating less than 10,000 fans, the stadium is beautiful, intimate, and serves as the perfect home for the Spider football program.
For the last 10 years, the South Alabama Jaguars football team has played at Ladd-Pebbles Stadium. The university is now on a quest to build a new on-campus stadium. The site for the stadium is already being prepped on campus, and the process to open bidding for the press tower and lower bowl has already begun
Virginia is a place you should stop if you’re looking for beautiful scenery while taking in a minor league baseball game.
Now that the single A affiliate of Astros two-year stay in Buies Creek is now over, they will move to their new permanent home in Fayetteville, NC next year. The Astros were playing in Buies Creek while their new state of the art stadium was being built in Fayetteville. The new ballpark will feature a 25×70 LED scoreboard, six luxury suites, four field boxes, a club level, and an outdoor party deck.
The Richmond Flying Squirrels began playing at the Diamond in 2010 with the promise that a new ballpark would be built. However, eight years later, the Squirrels are still playing in the Diamond.