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News: Grand opening for new athletics facility

Roane State Community College’s Athletics Department is welcoming students to its newest facility: a baseball and softball fieldhouse on the Roane County Campus.

Everyone was invited to attend the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony which was held on Saturday, August 27, 2022, beginning at 11 a.m. ET.

The new building is located at 276 Patton Lane in Harriman, just across from the main campus.

In addition to the grand opening, the college also inducted three new members into its Athletics Hall of Fame during the event. The 2022 inductees are former Raiders Softball player Sarah Freels, former tennis coach David Mullins and former baseball coach Steve Peterson.

For more information, please email Tamsin Miller at miller@roanestate.edu.

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