According to the UTEP sports department, the Don Haskins Center’s court received a $100,000 donation from the Cardwell family and adopted a novel modern design. Part of this money will be used to refurbish the stadium, which was completed in 2015, with new posters hung in the stadium, and will be used to update the graphics of the Foster Stevens Center.
The upgrade will take place in the summer and will be completed before the 2021-22 basketball season.
UTEP Sports Director Jim Senter said: “Thank you very much for the gifts of Jim, Julie, Trey and Cardwell’s family and their continued support for UTEP and UTEP athletics.” “Through your generosity, we will be able to deal with all kinds of basketball related miners. Projects to improve the aesthetics of various facilities. These updates are vital to branding, recruitment, and ultimately indicate progress. We need to continue to improve.”
The exciting new stadium design merges the Franklin Mountains with the El Paso Star. The signature of Don Haskins (Don Haskins) of the same name of the building will also appear on the upper left of the stadium, and the “Road to Glory” will appear on the upper right of the stadium. This is a reference to the 2006 film. The film shows the history of the team from Western Texas, winning the 1966 NCAA championship, and the department cooperated with Disney to obtain the right to use it.
The updated department brand will also be merged by Stout Hardwood Floor Company, which will complete the work.
The updated tagline includes a new banner from the 1966 national champion and another honorary head coach, UTEP Hall of Fame, Haskins Hall, also known as “The Bear”, and his 719 game victories.
In addition, all slogans for the Haskins Center will include the department’s current brand and help highlight the achievements of men’s and women’s basketball. (Eduardo Morán)
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