25 Oct Pasco-Hernando State College To Dedicate New Athlete Facilities
NEW PORT RICHEY, FL — The new state-of-the-art Pasco-Hernando State College Cardio and Physical Fitness Centers will be dedicated at the basketball season opener against Trinity College Nov. 2.
A brief half-time presentation will dedicate the Rao Musunuru M.D. Cardio Center and the Timothy L. Beard Ph.D. Fitness Center, named respectively for PHSC’s district board of trustees vice chair and the college president.
The Bobcats will face off against Trinity at 7 p.m., followed by the half-time ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony at 7:30 p.m.
PHSC swag will be available and guests will be eligible to win prizes during the half-time ceremony.
“Exercise supports the academic success of students and is important to the health and wellbeing of our college community,” said Beard. “I am honored to have the physical fitness center dedicated in my name, and especially pleased to honor Dr. Musunuru’s23 years of service as a trustee. Dr. Musunuru’s generous contributions to the PHSC Foundation have had an immeasurably positive impact on PHSC students and the community.”
Both exercise rooms, located in the Physical Fitness Center, aka “The Den,” at 10230 Ridge Road, New Port Richey, are equipped with up-to-date equipment and large-screen monitors.
PHSC’s competitive intercollegiate athletics programs include women’s cross-country, soccer, softball and volleyball, and men’s baseball and basketball.
Most of the college’s 115 student-athletes are supported by PHSC Foundation scholarships and many advance to university-level play after graduation from PHSC.
Admission is free to all PHSC athletic events.
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