The 138,000-square-foot Thomas R. Williams Intramural Complex accommodates lacrosse, soccer, flag football, softball, and ultimate Frisbee competition. Two outdoor basketball courts and all playing fields have lighting available for night play. Landscaping and fencing complements the overall campus plan, and includes brick columns, a hedge row, and 54 maple trees on the outer border. The entry plaza area also provides a lighted walkway and benches. The Thomas R. Williams Intramural Complex, named by the Board of Trustees in memory of the father of Todd Williams, Class of 1982, recognizes Todd and Abby Williams’ generosity to the College.
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