Missouri on Thursday will take the next step in adding a new $75 million football facility, when it presents the master plans to the University of Missouri System Board of Curators, reports Dave Matter of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The football facility is just one part of an entire athletics package that the school is proposing, which also includes two new scoreboards for Memorial Stadium and an indoor practice field.
The school included renderings of the proposed facilities in the agenda for the meeting. Take a look below:
Map of the proposals
Here’s the master plan update, in its entirety, via the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
The University of Missouri-Columbia presents an informational update of the Intercollegiate Athletics’ (ICA) Master Plan focusing on immediate needs on campus and associated projects to support ICA. The ICA Master Plan is a multi-year vision which focuses on the facility needs of Mizzou student-athletes as well as Tiger Fans, students, alumni, staff and donors. Student-athletes are valued as learners, citizens and competitors – from MU’s coaching staff to the state-of-the art facilities, the goal of the athletic department is to encourage every Mizzou student athlete to become a champion. The ICA Master Plan addresses possible areas of improvement for all 20 varsity sports teams and ensures the athletic department always offers its student-athletes the highest quality facilities that encourage academic integrity, social responsibility and competitive athletic excellence. The ICA Master Plan is included within the MU Campus Master Plan, which is presented to the Board of Curators for approval every three years. The next formal presentation of the Campus Master Plan for approval by the Curators is scheduled for June 2017.