William & Mary and its Athletics program are deeply rooted in our community, celebrating the spectrum of human achievement. To this end, we now focus our attention on transforming the academic and other support service areas of our student-athletes along with the playing and practice facility that is the heart of all of our 23 varsity sports and is a core of the overall W&M student, alumni and fan experience.

Over the next two years, William & Mary will seek approximately $15 million in additional private and corporate investment to revitalize and reimagine Kaplan Arena and the attached student support infrastructure, to create operational endowments and to boldly pursue the excellent standard we are establishing for all of our programs. These measures will help to ensure the university captures its place among the top NCAA Division I programs in the country.

Through the support of William & Mary Athletics, alumni, fans, donors and friends have helped us achieve great success already. As we envision a bolder future, we will rely on their continued investment to raise athletic excellence, elevate our national profile and build pride that will transcend the entire university.


For more information on naming opportunities, contact Anthony D. Henderson Sr., W&M's Senior Associate Athletics Director and Executive Director of Athletics Advancement, at (757) 221-2059 or by email.


HNTB is an award-winning architecture and engineering firm focused on designing sports venues that are innovative and deliver powerful experiences for fans and athletes. The Kaplan Arena renovation is one of several arena projects that HNTB is currently designing for universities across the country. HNTB’s current arena work includes the renovation of Memorial Coliseum for the University of Kentucky, Arena and Sports Performance Center at the University of Pittsburgh and a renovation study of Cassell Coliseum at Virginia Tech.

HNTB has served as design architect to hundreds of public, private and professional clients on more than 500 athletic projects. Our design practice of 225 staff provide sport planning, architecture, interior design, and structural engineering services. To learn more about HNTB’s design work across the country, visit HNTB.com/Architecture.


Moseley Architects is a full service architecture and engineering firm with more than 275 staff in the Mid-Atlantic region. We are celebrating over 50 years of valued partnerships and innovative design.

Moseley Architects has provided architecture and engineering services for more than 150 buildings totaling over 8.7 million gross square feet on college and university campuses. Clients can rely on our extensive campus planning, programming, and design experience in a broad portfolio of college and university facilities, including academic, research, recreation, athletic, arts, and student life. In terms of athletic facilities, in addition to the Kaplan Arena renovation, Moseley Architects is the Architect of Record for the JMU Convocation Center, ODU SB Ballard Stadium Replacement, Virginia Tech Lane Stadium Expansion, JMU Bridgeforth Stadium, and ODU Ted Constant Convocation Center. To learn more about Moseley Architects, visit MoseleyArchitects.com.