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SBD/July 29, 2011/Facilities
Cal Football Will Face AT&T Park Scheduling Conflict If Giants Reach NLCS
Published July 29, 2011
CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: In Oakland, Jonathan Okanes noted Cal's new Student-Athlete High Performance Center “is nearing completion, and the football stadium is also coming along.” The 142,000 square-foot SAHPC, which “is being constructed at the cost of $150 million in private donations and is adjacent to Memorial Stadium, will be home to all of Cal's football facilities.” The SAHPC has been under construction since the fall of '08 and “is supposed to open in October, but the football team likely will hold off moving in until after its season is complete.” A renovated Memorial Stadium “is scheduled to open in time for the 2012 season” (OAKLAND TRIBUNE, 7/28).