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Oregon's New Lacrosse Facility

The University of Oregon has released its plans for the expansion of the Casanova Center and the new facility for women's soccer and lacrosse.
The project, funded entirely by Nike founder Phil Knight and his wife, Penny, is expected to start early next year with summer 2013 targeted for competition.
The Casanova Center, which houses the offices for most of the athletic department, will be expanded by 130,000 square feet, including a new 25,000-square-foot weight room.
The complex also will include a grass football field and two synthetic turf practice fields. The Casanova expansion will displace the current soccer and lacrosse facility, and a new one will be built at the east end of Autzen Stadium adjacent to the PK Park baseball facility.

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