UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion to replace flooded floor and courts

Nikko Villanueva – 4E Sports Contributor

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E Sports) – UCLA AD Dan Guerrero stated that the replacing of the floor and courts at the Pauley Pavilion will not affect the schedule for the university’s basketball programs.

The campus suffered serious water damage after a water main broke late in the week, according to several medial reports.

Guerrero stated that the refurbished Collins Court in the John Wooden Center can be utilized in November.

“We are currently evaluating all of our options for women’s volleyball home games affected by the work on Collins,” he added.

Guerrero also said that the Pauley Pavilion will have new state-of-the-art courts.

They expect to accomplish all the changes by October, without affecting the Bruins’ schedule.

Although almost all athletic facilitites on the campus are back in to normal operation after the flood.

Guerrero stated that he City of Los Angeles, the Campus Recreation and the Athletics Department have been working hard since the damage.

The Hall of Fame at the J.D. Morgan Center will also receive new flooring and repairs.

Football arenas, Bud Knapp Football Complex and Acosta Athletic Complex will also be operational before the opening of the football season, Guerrero stated.

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