The Run Wild Campaign
At Episcopal Collegiate, we pursue excellence in all areas. The Run Wild Campaign, a fundraising initiative that will fund significant enhancements to our athletic facilities, is no different. The project includes a first-class track and field complex, significant updates to our existing stadium, and upgraded varsity locker rooms in the Championship Gym. These changes will not only support our dedicated athletes but will also benefit the entire Episcopal Collegiate community.
Thank you to all those who have already committed to the project, helping us secure more than $4 million in commitments. It's not too late to contribute your support to the project, so please consider making a gift of any size!
Together, we can create something that will be transformational to all our students, our athletic program, and our future.
Since we first launched the Run Wild Campaign in January 2019, the project has grown in both scope and cost. This summer, we decided to break the project up into two phases to allow us to move forward with construction while continuing to fundraise for the remainder of the project costs.
On August 20, we officially broke ground on the new Track and Field complex! We will continue to update the community as construction progresses.
- Upgrades to Championship Gym boys' and girls' varsity locker rooms
- 36 custom, wooden lockers with padded seating and vented foot lockers
- 36 junior varsity lockers
- HD interactive smart TV for game replay and team strategy
- LED lighting in the existing stadium
- State-of-the-art track and field complex
- 8-lane track with field event areas
- Synthetic turf infield
- LED lighting
- Track and field equipment
- Brick fencing
JANES FAMILY VARSITY GIRLS LOCKER ROOM
BECKY AND GUS BLASS III FIELD
Given by the Massey Family Charitable Foundation
- Significant Updates to Existing Stadium:
- Expanded press box
- Ticket booth
- Brick fencing
These renderings show the ticket booth [above] and expanded press box [left] that will be added to the existing stadium in Phase 2 of the Run Wild project.
The Run Wild Campaign Committee