We are very grateful to our incredible donors and we thoroughly appreciate their support.
Pavilion Naming Opportunities
There are still opportunities to leave your legacy on our brand new Pavilion.
Pavilion Naming $2,000,000
Team Locker Room $250,000
Rooftop Terrace $200,000
Red Zone $100,000
Gifts of $25,000 or More
Gifts of $20,000 or More
Head Coach’s Office
Gifts of $10,000 or More
Offensive Coordinator Office
Defensive Coordinator Office
Coaches Locker Room
Quarterback Meeting Room
For more information please contact:
Chris Moulton, Senior Development Manager, Athletics and Student Affairs, University of Guelph
(Office) 519.824.4120 x 53170, (Mobile) 226.821.3394, firstname.lastname@example.org
Entrance and Lobby
Mark Durigon, Nick Fitzgibbon
Defensive Line Meeting Room
In honour of the Defensive Line of 1996 – Yates Cup Champions
Chris Camboia, Brian Cluff, Brent Dallimore, Dave Gemin, Jeremy Oxley, Bill Vastis
Running Backs Meeting Room
In honour of David Lane
Allan E. Baker, Patricia Bereza, Robert A. Cooke, Dan E. Cornwell, Fred Dunbar, Frederick, T.J. Flieler, Rudy Florio, Paul W. Gilson, Daniel R. Hilborn, David J. Hutton, Peter E. Johnson, Melvin L. Laforme, John A. Lesko, James A. Lively, Daniel L. Maloney, Bruce K. Ravensdale, Gregory W. Scheifele, Shari-Lee M. Srigley, Michael Telepchuk, Donald F. Westlake, One Anonymous Donor
Offensive Line Meeting Room
In honour of Harold and Jeanne MacDonald
Dick Brown Coaches’ Bullpen
The University of Guelph is pleased to recognize the many accomplishments and contributions of former U of G football coach Dick Brown with an honourific naming in the new Football Pavilion. Dick Brown was coach of the football program from 1968 to 1979.
Brown was described as a player’s coach, a gentleman’s gentleman. “His players would go through a wall for him and he was held in such high esteem by everyone”, recalls Bud Folusewych. Brown’s son Mark says Dick considered the players part of his family. “He was in the pursuit of victory at all times, but with respect for the game.” Dick retired in early 1990 and passed away in 2000.