JOHN '74 AND JOANNE LUTH
The Luth Athletic Complex is named in honor of John ’74 and Joanne Chouinard-Luth, D.M.D. for their transformative $32.5 million gift, the largest in Holy Cross history.
CAROL AND PARK B. SMITH '54 SPORTS PERFORMANCE CENTER
Holy Cross has invested in the elite technology GymAware, a leading tool in measuring performance, velocity and power. This technology, which is connected at each of the 17 Olympic lifting stations, allows for better progress monitoring and, with the help of the cloud, provides individualized feedback and analysis to student-athletes and strength & conditioning staff.
The addition of a refueling station provides student-athletes convenient options for restoring much-needed calories. Here, Crusaders have access to fruit, granola, yogurt and other healthy alternatives, including protein and carbohydrate shakes to decrease cortisol levels and kickstart recovery.
COACH GEORGE BLANEY '61 GYMNASIUM
The Blaney Gymnasium allows coaches to schedule practices at the best possible times for their student-athletes. The space features a brand new flooring system and scoreboard, as well as bleacher seating for more than 300. It is also open for use by the Holy Cross community at designated times throughout the day.
SPORTS MEDICINE CENTER
The innovative Sports Medicine Center provides student-athletes with the space to recover quickly and become more resilient to injury using top-of-the-line rehabilitation systems and equipment.
Now boasting more than triple the space of the previous facility, the Sports Medicine Center is equipped with some of the most modern technology and modalities in the industry, including electrical stimulation, ultrasound, BioWave, cold laser, shockwave therapy, Game Ready cold compression units, NormaTech pneumatic compression recovery garments, Graston tools, cupping and an Alter G Anti-Gravity Treadmill (pictured above).
BILL DORAN '77 AUDITORIUM
Among the impressive new additions is a 108-seat auditorium that serves the many needs of the athletics department, from staff meetings to watching film to providing a quiet area for student-athletes to study.
WILLIAM P. MALONEY '59 FOOTBALL OFFICE SUITE
CLASS OF 1962 CONFERENCE ROOM
The Luth Athletic Complex provides new or upgraded office, film, recruiting and meeting space for every varsity program. The project also includes office suites for administration and athletics support services.
REV. MICHAEL C. McFARLAND, S.J. ATRIUM
Allison Crandall, Gil Talbot, Tom Rettig, Nick Domiano