Wasserman Football Center, Mo Ostin Basketball Center scheduled for 2017 openings

UCLA athletic director Dan Guerrero (center) talked on Tuesday about Steve Alford and the state of the Bruins' men's basketball program. (Brad Graverson/Staff)

The Wasserman Football Center and the Mo Ostin Basketball Center have been scheduled for openings in 2017. (Brad Graverson/Staff)

The Wasserman Football Center is scheduled to be completed by the end of summer 2017, UCLA announced Thursday, while the Mo Ostin Basketball Center is slated for a fall 2017 opening.

According to a press release, the athletic department has raised more than $57 million in private funds for the football facility, which is currently being constructed on the west side of Spaulding Field. The goal for private funds is $65 million. The Wasserman Football Center will be the practice and training home for the football team on campus.

More than $17 million has been raised for the Mo Ostin Basketball Center, which will house both the men’s and women’s basketball programs. There is about $7 million left until the private funding goal of $25 million for the basketball center.

  • Mark

    Someone in the administration needs to have a word with Cori Close about her attire. Thing is, when you have such a round body shape, you should wear tight fitting dresses. She looked absolutely disgraceful in the dress she wore when Ucla played Texas. What an embarrassment!