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NM State Soccer Facilities
Courtesy: New Mexico State University  
Release:  09/09/2009

Soccer Athletic Complex: The Soccer Athletic Complex is home to the NM State soccer program. The Aggies moved into their new stadium in 2012. The field has a natural grass surface, and the facility shares amenities with the softball complex such as the entrance, ticket booth, concessions and restrooms. The Aggies' locker room, team room and coaches offices are located in the field house just east of the Coca-Cola Weight Center.

Field House: The Aggie locker room is located in the Aggie Memorial Stadium Field House. The facility also encompasses a player lounge and coaches offices.

Coca-Cola Weight Center: One of the jewels of New Mexico State's athletic facilities is the state-of-the-art Coca-Cola Weight Training Center. Built in 1992, NM State's impressive strength and conditioning center is an enormous 13,500-square foot facility. A free weight section commands a great deal of the space, utilizing six power racks, six Olympic platforms, one unilateral hip sled and a 130-foot indoor track for 40-yard dash testing. In 1998, seven multi-safety racks, two jammer stations, two power-thrust stations and five back system machines were added to the center. An aerobic section contains stationary bicycles, treadmill and stair-stepping machines.



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