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Groundbreaking Held For Ricchiuti Academic Center, Duncan Building Expansion
The $5 million project begins construction in March and should be finished in about seven months.
FRESNO, California. - Fresno State's Athletics Department held a ceremonial groundbreaking Thursday for the soon to be constructed Ricchiuti Academic Center and the expansion to the Duncan Building. The $5 million project will begin construction March 8 is expected to be completed in October.
Bulldog Stadium is considered one of the most complete stadiums in the Western Athletic Conference. The stadium seats 41,031 and features 22 sky suites. The Bulldogs have sold out 12 of the last 17 games, and during that time have averaged 41,101 fans per game.
Fresno State football teams have combined to post one of the NCAAs most impressive home win-loss records since they first began playing at Bulldog Stadium at the end of the 1980 season.
Entering the 2003 campaign, Fresno State teams have won 81 percent of their games on Bulldog Stadiums natural grass surface, posting a 21-year win-loss mark of 113-26-2 (.809). Bulldog teams are 76-14-1 (.841) in their last 85 games and since 1997, when Pat Hill took over as head coach, Fresno State is 29-5 (.853) and have won 25 of its last 27 at home. Bulldog Stadium was named the 23rd-best college football facility in the nation by CBS Sports line.com in the summer of 2003. One of the most aesthetically pleasing football stadiums in the Western Athletic Conference, Bulldog Stadium in 1991 underwent a two-phase expansion project which included the addition of more than 10,000 seats Ñ the stadium capacity now stands at 41,031 Ñ and the construction of 22 sky suites. Other improvements included additional restroom and concession facilities.
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