WSU launches fundraising challenge to pay for two new athletic buildings
PULLMAN, Wash. — The Washington State Cougar Athletic Program has big goals to build two new buildings.
The first is a new indoor practice facility. It would give sports like soccer, baseball and track and field a place to train when the weather turns bad.
The other is a “Champions Complex” that serves as a place to help the student athletes focus on their academics.
To do this, the WSU is launching a fundraising challenge. Two families with ties to the university said they will make a dollar-for-dollar match of any donations Cougar fans make to these projects between now and the end of August. They will match those donations up to $6 million.
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