A $7.7 million gift from Mary Stevens ’84 and husband Mark helps propel Bronco soccer to the next level.

Thanks to last year’s $7.7 million gift from Mary Stevens ’84 and husband Mark, SCU’s Stevens Stadium and Buck Shaw Field are getting some much-needed love with a new press box, bleachers, and a plaza wall extending toward Palm Drive that greets fans as they enter the stadium. The dedication of the new Stevens Soccer Training Center took place on June 5. It provides top-notch locker rooms, team lounges, coaches’ offices, video rooms, and a sports medicine area for the men’s and women’s soccer teams—in short, the kinds of facilities on par with the performance Bronco soccer players show year after year.

Want to see what the new facility looks like? Check out the virtual tour of the new state-of-the-art Stevens Soccer Training Center by Don Jedlovec.

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