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Macholtz Stadium is a 4,300-seat multi-purpose stadium in Anderson, Indiana. The facility is located on the campus of Anderson University and is named in honor of Dr. James Macholtz who served as coach of the Anderson University football and Track and Field programs.
The stadium is primarily used for American football and track and field. It is home to the Anderson University football and track and field teams.
The facility opened in 1977.
In 2008, the university completed a renovation project with the overall cost at approximately $800,000. Improvements included an artificial turf field and outdoor all-weather lights. The field enhancements were funded through new gift resources as a part of the university's $110 million "Dreams. Discovery. Direction" campaign.
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