Through the commitment and generosity of Tampa's Naimoli family, The University of Tampa and its students have a new athletic facility, The Naimoli Family Athletic and Intramural Complex, where lacrosse games and field hockey matches are a common sight.
The Naimoli family has been involved with UT since the 1980s. Vince Naimoli, chairman and founding partner of the Tampa Bay Rays, is a chairman emeritus for the UT Board of Trustees. In 1999, he established the Naimoli Institute for Business Strategy at UT. The family's support also has funded improvements to UT's tennis and softball complexes, now called the Naimoli and Young Family Tennis Complex and the Naimoli Family Softball Stadium. Additionally, the Naimoli Family funds endowed scholarships for student athletes.
Ronald L. Vaughn, UT president, said the addition of the lacrosse teams and demand for intramurals, as well as the increasing need for academic and athletic space, necessitated the development. "The Naimoli Family Athletic and Intramural complex gives us more flexibility and green space into the future and allow for academic expansion," Vaughn added.
It is the kind of support offered by Vince Naimoli and his family that is making a difference in the lives of UT students.
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