College Stadium Review: Chace Athletic Center

The Bryant Bulldogs basketball program is relatively new to Division I basketball but not to going to NCAA Tournaments. At the D-II level the bulldogs played in seven NCAA Tournaments and made it all the way to the Final Four in 2005.

Chace Athletic Center

The Chace Athletic Center has been the Bulldogs home since 2001. It holds 2600 fans who make so much noise that you would think you were in an area of twice the size. The fans are so loud that they can actually make the building shake at times.

The Bulldogs compete in the Northeast Conference which includes Central Connecticut State, Fairleigh Dickinson, LIU Brooklyn, Mount St. Mary’s, Robert Morris, Sacred Heart, St. Francis NY, St. Francis PA and Wagner. The NEC Tournament winner receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament while the regular season champion is automatically invited to the NIT. Bryant is seeking its first bid to either tournament this season but they did play in the CBI in 2013.

The Chace Athletic Center has been the Bulldogs home since 2001. It holds 2600 fans who make so much noise that you would think you were in an area of twice the size. The fans are so loud that they can actually make the building shake at times.

While enjoying the rowdy college basketball atmosphere from a great seat, you can enjoy your favorite concession items such as cheeseburgers, nachos, hot dogs and more, all at very reasonable prices. Bring the entire family out for a great college basketball game at Chace Athletic Center for Bryant Bulldogs basketball.

Don’t miss out on all of the Bulldogs basketball excitement at Chace Athletic Center this season!
image courtesy of bryantbulldogs.com

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