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The Ohio State South Campus residence hall renovations may be complete, but there were bumps along the road and some residents are still not fully satisfied. Ohio State’s $171 million South Campus High Rise Renovation and Addition Project concluded at the beginning of this semester when students moved into Smith-Steeb and Siebert residence halls for the first time since the renovations. The project came with unforeseen challenges, including a September 2012 water main break that displaced residents for three days less than one month after Park-Stradley Hall reopened for the start of the 2012-2013 school year as the first of three residence halls to open as part of the two-phase project, which began in 2010.
Park, Stradley, Smith and Steeb halls were separate buildings prior to the project, but additions were added between Park and Stradley halls and between Smith and Steeb halls as part of the renovation process. The project was split into two phases: Park-Stradley’s reopening in 2012 and this year’s reopening of Smith-Steeb and Siebert. Many Smith-Steeb residents said they are happy to live in a renovated hall on campus, and some said Smith-Steeb is nicer than the older dorms they have visited.
OSU representatives were not able to immediately comment on the state of the elevators late Thursday afternoon. Hwang said it’s good the dorms are fully air conditioned following the renovations, but said it can make the residence hall cold because the air conditioning runs throughout the day.
Before the renovations were completed, incidents like the Park-Stradley water main break provided additional challenges and costs for OSU.
Lindsay Komlanc, OSU spokeswoman for Administration and Planning, said the water main break did not impact construction on Smith-Steeb and Siebert because the water main already existed prior to the project, and because Smith-Steeb was “in a phase of construction where the building had largely been stripped of old equipment and amenities and new renovation work had not yet begun” at the time of the break. The water main break did not increase the budget or delay the construction of Smith-Steeb, Office of Student Life spokesman Dave Isaacs said.
The exact costs of the Smith-Steeb construction versus Park-Stradley have not been determined, Komlanc and Isaacs said.
Komlanc said the project costs were not split between buildings, but “phased and bid in different packages that matched up different pieces” of the construction.
One change made to Park-Stradley was the removal of the exterior doors to the bathrooms between the fall and spring semesters last year. Komlanc said Smith-Steeb has exterior doors due to “fire code regulations,” but said the doors remain open at all times except when a fire alarm is set off. The doors were removed after multiple sex crimes were reported in Park-Stradley during Autumn Semester 2012.
As for changes made to Smith-Steeb, Komlanc said the renovations were “slightly different” than Park-Stradley.
Isaacs said some changes were made to Smith-Steeb because of feedback received from Park-Stradley students, including the addition of video monitors to present residence hall news inside the lobbies of Smith-Steeb and Siebert. Molly Ranz Calhoun, associate vice president for Student Life, said student input plays an “extremely important” role in changes and additions that are made to residence halls.
Isaacs said the university has not collected much feedback from Smith-Steeb residents yet because they are still “getting comfortable in the building and figuring it all out,” but said their feedback will be considered as OSU begins its next housing project, the North Residential District Transformation. Major construction for the $370 million North Campus housing project is scheduled to begin in Spring 2014, according to a Student Life website.
The renovation would focus on the west side of the stadium, adding suites, club seats and loge boxes within a new press box structure. The new structure would be one story taller than the current press box and two-to-two-and-a-half times as long. Among NCAA FBS schools, Nippert is the third-oldest stadium still in use, behind Bobby Dodd Stadium (Georgia Tech - 1913), Davis Wade Stadium (Mississippi State - 1914) and ahead of Wisconsin’s Camp Randall Stadium, which was built in 1917. Babcock went on to point out that approximately 71 of 76 BCS schools have made major renovations to their football stadiums or premium seating areas since 1992, when the construction of the current press box was completed at Nippert Stadium.
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Matt Vita - UNC 2009The whole project was a great shift from the traditional classroom set-up. Click here for a complete list of student-athletes from UMass Dartmouth and its predecessor institutions who have achieved All-America status during their careers. Click here for a complete list of the all-time career won-loss records for UMass Dartmouth and the predecessor schools on the Dartmouth campus, dating to the first season of competition in the Fall of 1966 and the Spring of 1967. Click here for a list of all of the members of the Corsair Century Club, the head coaches who have earned 100-career victories during their tenure at UMass Dartmouth dating back to the 1966-67 season. 1965 - At August '65 SMTI Board of Trustees meeting, board appointed Committee on Athletic Policy, Chairman William F. SMTI men's tennis 1967 featuring Harold Bannister ('35, '68) (standing, far left) and Coach Gerry Aillery (standing, far right).
Coach Bob Dowd (standing far left) and his cross country team competed on the SMTI campus before the Tripp Center was opened. 1967 - SMTI men's golf team won three and lost four in first season of competition with Arnold Oliver as head coach. 1968 - SMTI baseball team, Coached by John Regan, posts a 9-9 overall record and captured SNEC co-championship with Quinnipiac College.
Head Coach John Pacheco (front row center), a 2006 Corsair Hall of Fame inductee, was a player and coach for the Corsairs.
1969 - SMTI became Southeastern Massachusetts University (SMU) at on-campus ceremony June 8, 1969. 1971 - SMTI men's soccer, under coach Ray Oliver, played first varsity games on campus, Sept 29, 1971 vs. Bob Dowd coached both track and field along with cross country from 1967 until 1987 before taking over as SMU Athletic Director.
1971 - SMTI men's outdoor track and field team won the SNEC Championships for Head Coach Robert Dowd. 1971 - Marie Snyder joined Athletic Department staff and Director of Women's Athletics along with baseball coach Bruce Wheeler and John Rennie, as both Aquatics Director and Swim Coach. 1972 - SMU women's tennis team had a 6-2 won-loss record in its first season of varsity competition under Coach Marie Snyder, who also coached SMU women's volleyball team to a debut season record of 6-5. 1973 - SMU men's soccer team finishes with 12-4-3 overall record and captured NAIA District 32S championship, placing second in NAIA New England Tournament. 1973 - SMU women's tennis player Fran Howard placed in the top eight of the New England Intercollegiate Singles Championship. 1973-74 SMU women's basketball team completed first season under Coach Jackie Proulx with a 5-5 record.
1974-75 SMU ice hockey introduced as a varsity sport with Joe Prenda serving as head coach. 1974 - SMU baseball team finished 23-10 overall, second in NAIA District 32 South Tournament.
1975 - SMU baseball, men's basketball and men's golf compete in NCAA national post season competition. 1975 - SMU cross country team competed in their first NCAA post season national tournament, finishing fifth in Division III.
1975 - Peter Smith became first SMU cross country runner to earn All-America honors at NCAA national championship race. 1975 - SMU men's golf team made the first of three straight appearances in the NCAA national championships under direction of Head Coach John Barrett. 1976 - After going 11-3-5 with its first ECAC Tournament berth in 1975, Coach John Barrett took SMU men's soccer to the first of two NCAA Division III Tournament appearances. In the fourth year in team history, the SMU Corsairs go 9-1-1 and qualify for the Northeast FHCA Tournament for the second time in as many years. 1976 - SMU softball posted a 4-2 overall record under head coach Jackie Proulx in its first season of varsity competition.
SMU's men's basketball team posted a 17-9 won loss record and made the programs' first appearance in the NCAA Tournament The team was coached by Bruce Wheeler (standing, far right). 1977 - SMU women's cross country established as varsity sport under Head Coach Robert Dowd. In addition to men's soccer, John Barrett also coach men's swimming for one season and the 1977 SMU golf team. 1978 - George Itz becomes first SMU track national champion winning the 1500 meters at the `78 NCAA Division III outdoor track and field championships. Coach Judy Sullivan's (second row, fifth from left) Corsairs posted a 15-8 won loss record in the sixth year of the program and Coach Sullivan's second as head coach. 1980 - Sandra McCloskey became first female swimmer at SMU to earn All-America honors in her sport (200 Free).

1981 - NCAA sponsored first national post season tournament competition for women's sports.
1981 - SMU ice hockey entered ECAC hockey tournament for the first time in the seven-year history of the program.
1981 - Cathy Carnes became first SMU female athlete to earn All-America honors at the 1981 NCAA national championship race. 1982 - Michelle Lussier, Christy Baker, Lisa Warren became first SMU women to earn outdoor track All-America honors at the NCAA Division III national meet. 1984 - At the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships, Diane Weeder became first SMU woman to win a national championship, capturing the 3,000 Meters.
Jim White was a three-time NCAA Division III national champion in cross country and 10,000 meters. 1986 - SMU women's basketball team competed in its first Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) regional post-season tournament.
1986 - SMU joined the Little East Conference on April 28, 1986 as a playing conference for men's and women's basketball. 1987 - SMU women's volleyball team made first appearance in MAIAW regional tournament after a 25-16 season with Coach Ernest Frias. 1987 - At the first LEC men's basketball tournament, SMU captured the 1986-87 LEC regular season and wins the first LEC Men's Basketball Tournament.
1987 - SMU women's volleyball made first post-season tournament appearance in the MAIAW Tournament. 1987 - SMU club football played its first home game on campus at field located behind Tripp Athletic Center. 1987 - SMU hammer thrower Stephan Baptista captured the NCAA Division III national championship.
1988 - UMass Dartmouth field hockey player Nancy Boucher-Quintin first player to earn All-America honors in her sport.
1988 - Corsair Hall of Fame established and inducts first class of nominees including: Joe Jason, Stephen McNamara, David Hill, Sally Darlington Hymes, William McArdle, Marie Snyder, Francis Tripp and the 1960 Men's Soccer Team. 1988 - After a 20-8-1 overall record, Coach Marilyn Ritz's SMU softball team invited to its first NCAA Division III National Tournament.
1989 - SMU men's basketball player Kevin Kolek became first player to earn NCAA Division III All-America honors in his sport. 1991 - SMU joined the University of Massachusetts system and changed name to UMass Dartmouth. 1992 - UMass Dartmouth women's soccer team earned first NCAA Tournament bid, advancing to Division III national championship game.
1992 - Tom Egan won both the one-meter diving and three-meter diving NCAA Division III national championships. 1994 - Women's soccer goalie Rachel Barbarossa became first player in her sport to earn NCAA Division III All-America honors. 1995 - Women's soccer player Annmarie Gagnon became first UMass Dartmouth student-athlete to receive an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. 1996 - UMass Dartmouth men's tennis team began a seven-year streak of Little East Conference Men's Tennis Championships.
1997 - UMass Dartmouth women's tennis player Emily Traubel named winner of the first Senior Scholar-Athlete at annual awards banquet. Mullen initiated the Hampton Inn Basketball Classic as well as Shrine Day at UMass Dartmouth. 1998 - UMass Dartmouth begins women's lacrosse as a varsity sport and is accepted into the New England Women's Lacrosse Association (NEWLA). 1998 - UMass Dartmouth baseball player Pat Schultz named NCAA Division III Baseball Player of the Year. Long-time Cosair supporter John Frye was a 1971 SMU graduate and a 1995 Corsair Hall of Fame inductee. 1998 - John Frye Athletic Service Award established to recognize service to the Athletic Department.
1999 - Marques Houtman scores 25 points to lead UMass Dartmouth men's basketball to an 82-72 victory over Roger Williams in the inaugural Hampton Inn Basketball Classic at the Tripp Center.
1999 - On the very last throw of his college career, Keith Rose earned All-America honors for a second consecutive season with a seventh-place finish in the new javelin at the 1999 NCAA Division III National Championships.
The Corsair cheerleaders shown here posing with one of their NCA national championship trophies captured their first title in 1999. 2000 - Dedication ceremonies and opening ceremony held for new UMass Dartmouth Fitness Center built as an addition to the Tripp Athletic Center.
2000 - UMass Dartmouth hosted Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association High School Super Bowl game for third straight year. The 2000-01 men's basketball team reached the Sweet 16 and were a Corsair Hall of Fame team 11 years later with the Class of 2012. Bill Kavanaugh (left) accepts the NEFC Coach of the Year Award from former Atheltic Director Bob Mullen. The Corsairs celebrate a perfect 11-0 regular season record after a home game played at Dartmouth High School. 2002 - UMass Dartmouth football posted first undefeated regular season at 11-0 and wins first outright NEFC title by defeating Westfield State in the NEFC Championship Game.
2002 - UMass Dartmouth men' s lacrosse finished 9-8 overall and competed in both the LEC Tournament and for the first time in the ECAC New England Division III Tournament. After playing his final game at UMass Dartmouth Shawn Theriault accepted the MVP Award after leading the Corsairs to their first post-season football victory. 2003 - UMass Dartmouth defeated Worcester State in the Northeast ECAC Championship Bowl game played at Cressy Field on Nov.
2004 - The Boston Frenzy of the American Basketball Association (ABA) played its home games at the Tripp Athletic Center for the 2004-05 season. Coach Cathy Motta's Corsairs were Little East Conference women's swim champs after hosting the 2004 championship meet at the Tripp Center pool. 2004 - UMass Dartmouth women's swimming and diving team captures its first Little East Conference Women's Championships. 2005 - Eric Frank becomes first ice hockey player to earn Division III All-America honors in his sport. To make way for new residence halls to the west of the Tripp Center, ten new courts were built on the east side of the main athletic building. 2006 - New tennis court complex, including 10 new courts, constructed between Tripp Center and baseball field.
2006 - UMass Dartmouth ice hockey captured first ECAC Northeast championship and won first NCAA Division III Hockey tournament game at Geneseo State. 2006 - Jon Garcia earns Division III All-America honors for a fourth time by finishing fourth at NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Nationals. 2006 - Louise Goodrum named Athletic Director after Robert Mullen announced his resignation from the position.
2007 - Corsair Hall of Fame celebrates 20th anniversary with induction ceremony as part of Homecoming 2007.
2008 - UMass Dartmouth ice hockey captures third straight ECAC Northeast Tournament and earns third NCAA Div.
2008 - First home night game at UMass Dartmouth's Cressy Field was played on April 16, 2008. 2008 - UMass Dartmouth's women's tennis team captures the Little East Conference Tournament and earn their first trip to the NCAA Division III Championships.
2009 -The UMass Dartmouth men's tennis team knocks off host Salem State, 5-2, to capture the LEC Tournament championship and earn a spot in the NCAA Division III Men's Tennis Championship.
2009 - UMass Dartmouth earns its first trip to the NCAA Division III Field Hockey Championships with a 3-2 overtime win at Keene State in the 2009 LEC Tournament. The Corsairs went 15-8 in 2010, capturing a second straight LEC Championship and NCAA Tournament berth. 2010 - For the first time since 1977, the UMass Dartmouth men's golf team will make an appearance in the NCAA Division III Championships. 2012 - Dedication ceremony held for the opening of the Corsair Hall of Fame, located in the Tripp Center lobby. Athletic Director Ian Day lends a hand to Chancellor Jean MacCormack and Vice Chancellor Deb McLaughlin as they cut the ceremonial ribbon to open the Hall of Fame.
In addition to the Corsair Hall of Fame on the second floor lobby, two meeting rooms were built overlooking the Tripp Center main court. 2012 - Corsair Hall of Fame holds its 25th anniversary by inducting the Class of 2012 on Homecoming Weekend. 2013 -UMass Dartmouth ice hockey captures its first MASCAC Tournament championship with a 2-1 win at Plymouth State in the title game on March 2, 2013. 2013 - With UMass Dartmouth ice hockey competing in the MASCAC since 2009, UMass Dartmouth is part of the new MASCAC Football League.

2014 - Amanda Van Voorhis was named the eighth Director of Athletics of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in August 2014 after serving the Corsairs as the Interim Director of Athletics for the 2013-14 academic year. 2016 - Major revovations were completed at both the basebal and the softball fields on the campus.
Dri Archer, the fastest man in college football, smiles during an interview after a voluntary workout at Kent State University Wednesday, July 17, 2013. Komlanc said the water main break has cost the university “about $3 million,” but added that figure is not final.
The entire project fell under the umbrella of the $171 million budget, rather than being split up by residence hall, Komlanc said.
The project is scheduled for completion in Fall Semester 2016, coinciding with when the requirement for second-year students to live on campus will begin. Santa Ono and director of athletics Whit Babcock jointly announced a proposed plan to renovate Nippert Stadium Tuesday.
The curvature of the facility would match that of the upper deck on the east side of the stadium and contain four levels; a photo deck, a press and operations level, suite level and a club and loge box level.
UC has used the Nippert site as a playing field since 1901, making it the second-oldest playing site in the nation for college football behind Penn’s Franklin Field (1895). This site is NOT an official website, nor affiliate, for any universities, colleges, professional sports organizations, corporate entities, or the NCAA. Internet Explorer 6 is known to have significant security holes and also does not support modern web technologies. The experiences we gained from this opportunity were unlike anything I’ve ever learned in the classroom. It is a great opportunity for college students to gain knowledge in campaign development through hands on experience.
On this page you fill find collections of athletic records, accomplishments and career coaching records, dating to the beginning of the athletic programs on what is now the UMass Dartmouth campus.
The data base contains won-loss records for all of the head coaches who have sports which competed in individual competitions against other teams.
The Corsairs posted a 9-1-1 overall record and finished fourth in a field of 16 teams at the New England Championships in Gorham, ME. Future plans include varsity teams in football, wrestling and other sport activities."1968 - SMTI men's soccer team captured 1968 Colonial Intercollegiate Conference championship under Head Coach Arnold Oliver. He played for New Bedford Tech graduating in 1963, then returned to coach the SMTI and later SMU Corsairs from 1968-1972. David Hill became first SMU All-America track athlete (110 meter hurdles) at NCAA National Championship meet.
The Corsairs were 12-2 in 1976 and improved to 13-2 under new Head Coach Philip Fortin and return to the NCAA Tournament.
SMU's Bob Hickman tied for 9th place at 304 (75-80-75-74) to earn All-America honors while teammate Bob Silva named Honorable Mention All-America. She added second All-America honor in 1981 to become first two-time All-America female swimmer.
Also joining the LEC are Eastern Connecticut State University, Plymouth State University (then known as Plymouth State College), Rhode Island College, the University of Massachusetts Boston and the University of Southern Maine. Site of a former baseball diamond adjacent to primary baseball field, the new facility housed football.
In their first season under coach Paul Harrison the SMU football team posted a 5-4 won-loss record.
Corsairs lose the championship game, 1-0, finishing season as national finalists and 17-3-1 overall.
From 1990 through 1992, Eagan won a total of six All-America honors in the two diving competitions.
Head Coach Bill Kavanaugh's team invited to first post season football game in ECAC Northwest Championship Bowl at Union College. Coach Warren Preti's team captured three straight women's LEC Tennis Championships from 1996- 1998. Mullen named Director of Athletics to succeed Ken McBryde, who left to take the Athletic Director's position at Connecticut College. First winner is Herald News Sports Editor and former Sports Information Assistant and men's golf coach Mike Silva. In the final round of the competition, Rose re-injured his hamstring and was suffering from an elbow injury, yet was able to move up from ninth place to finish seventh with a throw of 189-6 and earn his second All-America honor.
Cressy Field was unavailable for the 2002 season resulting in the team playing home games on the road at Dartmouth and Bishop Stang HS. UMass Dartmouth earned first bid into NCAA Division III Football Championships with game at Muhlenburg (PA) College.
First varsity contests are played on the new surface, a $1.9 million dollar project which included new field surface, fence, walkways and visiting bleachers opens in September of 2003. Corsairs advance to national quarterfinal round before losing to eventual national champion Middlebury College. III Indoor Championship at 55-meter hurdles for his third NCAA national championship and sixth Div. The Corsairs' 5-3 win over Bridgewater State gives the Corsairs a spot in the 2009 NCAA Tournament where UMass Dartmouth falls 4-0 to #18 Bowdoin.
The Corsairs win their NCAA Tournament debut with a 5-2 decision over Neumann before being eliminated by Williams, 5-0. UMass Dartmouth ran away with the GNAC championships, winning by 16 strokes to earn a berth in the 2010 NCAA Tournament.
Plaque honoring the contributions of former SID Bill Gathright is dedicated inside the Corsair Hall of Fame. She said OSU is working to recover those costs through the university’s insurance carriers. The project, which is projected to cost $60-70 million, would utilize private donations and no public funds. Any increase in capacity, as well as a potential number of suites and club seats has not yet been finalized. Please upgrade to a different browser or install Google Chrome Frame to experience this site the way it was meant to be experienced. I have learned so much so far and it will truly be amazing to watch our campaign come to life. Following a rich tradition of athletic programs at Bradford Durfee Tech in Fall River and New Bedford Tech, the two departments were part of the merger of two insitutions which began in the early 1960's. Not all sports are represented in the data base if they did not have competitions which produced a result. Multi-team events or invitational competitions where no results were recorded are not reflected in this list.
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Team captured SNEC championship, Roger Gaudreau and Steve Rezendes named District 32 South All-Stars. Men's and women's soccer teams played their games at the field situated inside the track and field complex.
He is also the first national champion diver and first male swimmer or diver to earn All-America honors.
Coach Preti's team captured six consecutive women's (Fall) and men's (Spring) championships from 1996-1999. Whitman-Hanson brought largest crowd in the history of Cressy Field, estimated at more than 6,000 people. Senior Shawn Theriault rushed for 217 yards on 43 carries and a touchdown to lead the Corsairs (9-2) to victory.
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Garcia is the most honored UMass Dartmouth athlete in history, edging both Jim White and Tom Egan, who both have six All-America honors but only two national championships each, while Garcia has three.
The 2009 NCAA Championships marks the first time both the men's and women's tennis teams appeared in the post season at the same time.

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