No. 10: New digs, new era

The construction boom has helped transform the face of local athletics. Start with the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT007925" title="Boo Williams" href="/topic/sports/boo-williams-PESPT007925.topic">Boo Williams</a> Sportsplex, above, the giant, multi-use facility in Hampton capable of hosting dozens of local, regional, and even national youth sporting events. The <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008455" title="Jimmye Laycock" href="/topic/sports/football/jimmye-laycock-PESPT008455.topic">Jimmye Laycock</a> Center gives <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="OREDU000096" title="College of William and Mary" href="/topic/education/colleges-universities/college-of-william-mary-OREDU000096.topic">William and Mary</a> football and its longtime coach a worthy home. Old Dominion’s resurrected football program has resulted in several brand-new facilities and a Foreman Field makeover.

( Joe Fudge, Daily Press / March 7, 2008 )

The construction boom has helped transform the face of local athletics. Start with the Boo Williams Sportsplex, above, the giant, multi-use facility in Hampton capable of hosting dozens of local, regional, and even national youth sporting events. The Jimmye Laycock Center gives William and Mary football and its longtime coach a worthy home. Old Dominion’s resurrected football program has resulted in several brand-new facilities and a Foreman Field makeover.

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