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Unformatted text preview: er is an eye-catching,
well-designed facility on the Fairfax Campus that
opened in 1998. Named a 1999 Facility of Merit by
Athletic Business magazine, it was the host facility for
the past 12 CAA Swimming and Diving Championships and has become the event’s annual home. The
$20 million, 100,000-square-foot, two-pool complex
features a 50-meter Olympic-size pool and a 25-yard
recreational pool. Renovations to the Aquatic and Fitness Center in 2007 added an 8,000-square-foot twostory ﬁtness gallery with 3,000 square feet of cardio and
5,000 square feet of weight-training equipment.
The Freedom Aquatic and Fitness Center on the
Prince William Campus is an $18.3 million building,
the largest of its kind on the East Coast, and the result
of a partnership among the university and local
Raymond H. “Hap” Spuhler Field is widely
regarded as one of the top collegiate baseball complexes in the mid-Atlantic region. It has grandstand
seating for 900 spectators, an enclosed press box, and...
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