Multi-Purpose Stadium Undergoes Renovations
Stadium receives new video scoreboard, turf field, and home bleachers
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
aerial view of turf field, uprights, and bleachers of renovated multi-purpose stadium, with the san antonio skyline in the background

The Trinity Multi-Purpose Stadium, home to Tiger Football and Track and Field, closed out a third round of renovations this year.


video board with trinity logo behind the football field turf and uprights
First Round of Renovations
New Video Scoreboard

Renovations began in 2018 with the addition of a 28-by-48-foot video scoreboard, made possible by donations from two Trinity alumni. The video scoreboard includes new graphics and instant replay on the big screen, as well as a new sound system.


aerial view of turf football field, bleachers, and video board
Second Round of Renovations
Turf Field Installation

Trinity transitioned from a natural grass surface to FieldTurf in 2019, finishing in time for the Tiger football home opener that fall. The move improved safety and maximized performance for the football team and also transitioned the space into a true multi-purpose stadium.


renovated home side of multi-purpose stadium, with new bleachers, press box, and suites. football players stand in front of it during a game.
Third Round of Renovations
New Home Side of Stadium

The next phase of the renovations arose largely from a safety issue, as the home-side bleachers at the stadium were in desperate need of attention. The new stands feature seat backs for every seat, deeper rows, and increased capacity. Trinity also upgraded its coaching boxes, broadcast booths, and operations areas. The coaching boxes are now a climate-controlled weatherproof area for both teams’ coaches. The broadcast boxes provide increased space for Tiger Network and staff, as well as a separate space for visiting teams to bring media. The operations box improves working conditions for the game day management staff, including Athletics employees and officials. The second level of the improved press box area includes roof deck patio areas that also serve as prime spots for Tiger Network cameras. In the middle of the two decks is an entertainment suite that can be used for special guests. The third phase of the renovations was made possible by a combination of University funds and donor gifts.

Justin Parker '99 is the associate director of athletics and the sports information director for Trinity University.

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