TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – There will be an impressive new addition for Rose-Hulman Football this fall featured at Phil Brown Field. A new state of the art video board that was purchased from a $1 million gift from alumnus Pat Noyes and his wife Cindy.
The scoreboard will be unveiled during the first home football game on September 10th and dedicated during a special ceremony on Homecoming October 8th. The 40½-foot-long, 22½-foot-high structure, produced by the Daktronics large-format video display company, will showcase live in-game action, display game information and graphics, and highlight corporate and alumni sponsors.
It will be the largest electronic scoreboard at a NCAA Division III stadium east of the Mississippi River and third largest among all Division III institutions.