In 2002, Glendale voters passed Measure G -- a $98 million bond measure that would fund construction projects on campus including the renovation of the athletic field. The $3 million project included the installation of lights for the field as well as the restoration of the grass field and dirt track with artificial surfaces. The existing bleachers received a face lift, and the construction of the storage building adjacent to the track was also part of the project.
Another vital component was the addition of a multi-use electronic scoreboard and message center attached to the storage building.
The facility is home for the college's football, men's and women's soccer and track and field teams, and is also available for community groups and organizations to use on a rental basis.
The facility is called Sartoris Field, named after the men's athletic director, Jim Sartoris, who has spent 40 years at the college as a student-athlete, coach, instructor and division chair. The Endowment Challenge
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