Michael B. Picotte Field House

(Completed)
In the spring of 1964, contractor Waldbillig Construction began the construction of the Field House based on the design by architect Donald J. Stephens.
The facility hosted its first hockey game in January 1965, and by December of the same year, the first wrestling match. The Field House, consisting of the ice rink, gymnasium, wrestling room, lockers, and office was formally dedicated in February of 1966. The first Winter Sports Festival took place in 1966 in the facility and featured invitational contests in swimming, hockey, wrestling, and basketball.

The Michael B. Picotte Field House -- through a lead gift from Michael Picotte ’65 and Margi Picotte -- was dedicated on Friday, September 23, 2016. Their generosity to renovate the facility will help to enhance the experience for AA and AAG student-athletes and provide a wonderful space for our community.
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