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The Richard E. Lindner Athletics Center is the crown jewel of Varsity Village.
The pavered path leading to the new athletics facility is known as ‘O' Varsity Way.
The opposite end of O' Varsity Way features the Oscar Robertson statue.
Varsity Village includes brand new venues for tennis, baseball, soccer, track and swimming - plus upgrades for football.
The new 235,000-square-foot Lindner Center was designed by signature architect Bernard Tschumi and Glaserworks.
Inside the athletics center, fans can buy tickets, purchase apparel or simply admire the soaring five-story atrium.
The sports side of the atrium highlights each of UC's 18 varsity sports. Visitors can trace a historical timeline for each team.
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The George and Helen Smith Museum takes visitors through the Bearcats' storied past, including 1961 and ‘62.
The lipstick-red stairwell ascends from the ground-level fourth floor all the way to the eighth level offices.
Brand new coaches offices on the sixth and seventh floors look out on the fields of Varsity Village.
There’s also space for Student Health Services, the faculty club and this 335-seat auditorium.
The new practice gymnasium for the UC basketball and volleyball teams is below ground.
All-wood dressing spaces await UC's student-athletes from each team in lower-level locker rooms.
The sports medicine training and rehabilitation suite includes a room for hydrotherapy and rehab.
Renovation of Nippert Stadium included a new installation of the FieldTurf playing surface, an upgrade to thousands of seats.
Outside the athletics center, UC students use the new Sheakley Lawn for recreation activities.
The Ben and Dee Gettler Soccer and Track Stadium gives more of UC's student-athletes a Big-East caliber competition venue.
Gettler Stadium includes seating, concessions, a press box, an eight-lane 400-meter track and an impressive soccer field.
The 3,085-seat Marge Schott Stadium includes lights, indoor batting cages, concessions and locker rooms.
UC's new Tennis Center features six courts in three different sections with lighting and grandstand seating for 500.
The Keating Aquatics Center opened as part of UC's new Campus Recreation Center and features an eight-lane course.
Fifth Third Arena has a new scoreboard, expanded strength training, equipment and laundry facilities.
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