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A Competitive Advantage

Supporting athletics at the highest level

The most extensive capital project since Colby College moved to Mayflower Hill will be the construction of a new, state-of-the-art athletics complex. The 340,000-foot facility will include an indoor track-and-field competition center, aquatic center, squash center, gymnasium, hockey arena, and fitness center and studios as well as training rooms and coaching suites.

Exterior tour of the complex from Washington Street to Campus Drive. For illustrative purposes.

Located across from Johnson Pond, the athletics complex will encourage and support competitive and recreational athletes on campus and is designed to provide access to the greater Waterville community and to become a broader regional center for sports training and competition.

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Exterior view of the south and west sides of the complex from Johnson Pond. Design team led by Hopkins Architects. For illustrative purposes.

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View into the courtyard of the Colby athletic complex. For illustrative purposes.

Highlights

Maine’s first 50-meter pool
Expanded fitness, strength, and conditioning center
Open-air atrium providing outdoor light throughout the complex
New practice and competition fields
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View of new fields from the north side of campus. For illustrative purposes.

In 2017 the College will open three new relocated competition and recreational fields, including a practice field, a competition soccer field, and the Bill Alfond Field, which will continue to be used for competition field hockey and lacrosse. Like the recently completed baseball and softball complex and the athletic complex itself, these fields will be available for use by the broader community.

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