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MTSU Breaks Ground on New $66M Student Athlete Performance Center

By: Mary-Beth Mangrum

MTN Reporter

January 26th marked Middle Tennessee State University’s groundbreaking ceremony for their newest addition to campus: the Student-Athlete Performance Center (SAPC).

Located next to the Johnny “Red” Floyd Stadium, the cost of this project totals to $66 million.

The 85,500-square-foot building will have three stories and the first one plans to serve as the new base of operations for Blue Raider Football.

This facility hopes to be a resource for all MTSU student-athletes; with athletic training rooms, weightlifting areas, and an abundance of nutritional resources, there is a clear pathway being paved towards athletic success.

“Once completed, this new facility, along with an enhanced Murphy Center, will be part of a new gateway into our campus and will stand as a visible reminder of our commitment to athletic success,” said MTSU President Sidney A. McPhee.

President McPhee was joined by several other prominent figures, including Board of Trustees Chair Stephen B. Smith, Head Football Coach Rick Stockstill, Women’s Golf Coach Chris Adams, and Director of Athletics Chris Massaro. Student athletes, community members, and Blue Raider fans joined them for an evening of excitement, gratitude, and hope for further accomplishment.

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