William H. Detrick Gymnasium
|Location||1615 Stanley Street
New Britain, Connecticut 06053
|Owner||Central Connecticut State University|
|Operator||Central Connecticut State University|
|Central Connecticut State Blue Devils
William H. Detrick Gymnasium is a 2,654-seat multi-purpose arena in New Britain, Connecticut. It is home to the Central Connecticut State University Blue Devils basketball team. It opened in 1965 and the first game was played on December 4 against Coast Guard. In 2005 it received a new floor, the first since the facility opened its doors in 1965. The Northeast Conference men's basketball tournament was held there in 1998, 2002, and 2007. The facility is named after Bill Detrick, who was head coach at CCSU for 29 years, compiling a school-record 468 wins.
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- Anthony, Mike (September 19, 2014). "Bill Detrick, Longtime Central, Trinity Coach, Dead At 87". Hartford Courant. Retrieved October 11, 2014.
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