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TCU begins construction on $40 million athletic facility expansion

All 22 athletic programs at TCU will utilize the facility to focus on mental health and well-being, including strength, nutrition, wellness, and restoration.

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“It will have an unbelievable impact on the student-athletes in our football program and show future Horned Frogs our shared commitment to their physical and mental health,” said TCU head football coach Sonny Dykes | Rendering provided by TCU Athletics

Construction on TCU’s $40 million Athletics Human Performance Center renovation and expansion kicked off last month.

Announced in 2022 with a gift of $10 million from the Jane & John Justin Foundation, the donor-funded project will benefit student-athletes in all 22 of TCU’s athletic programs by 2025. Here’s a look at what’s to come.

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The Bob Lilly Performance Center will support all 500-plus student-athletes. | Rendering provided by TCU Athletics

💪 Bob Lilly Performance Center

The renovation will include updates to the training facility with a studio for the women’s triathlon program, a yoga room, an outdoor warm-up area, and expanded space for free weights, cardio, and nutrition.

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The restoration and wellness center will connect to the Walsh Physical Performance Complex and the football locker room. | Rendering provided by TCU Athletics

🧊 Restoration and Wellness Center

The new 10,000-sqft space will be a place for post-training treatment with state-of-the-art technologies designed to accelerate recovery and an emphasis on injury prevention.

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The football performance center will connect to the indoor practice facility and the fields. | Rendering provided by TCU Athletics

🏈 Football Performance Center

The new football facility will include 20,000 sqft of strength and conditioning space, conference rooms, and technology centers that connect the Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility + Morris Practice Fields.

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