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OSU to spend $2 million on cross-country course renovation

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Oklahoma State is working hard on its sports complexes this year as women’s soccer and baseball will be receiving new stadiums, while the football stadium is adding a new video board.

It was announced Thursday that OSU will renovate its cross-country course by fixing up the existing course, developing new courses and including a fence for the whole area. This fix comes a year before OSU is scheduled to host the NCAA men’s and women’s regional in 2019 and the 2020 men’s and women’s NCAA championships.

The OSU/A&M Board of Regents will vote Friday to approve the estimated $2 million renovation.

Oklahoma State's cross-country course is located on campus at the intersection of North Walnut, West Tyler and North McDonald streets on the site of the old intramural golf course.

The renovation’s estimated completion is August 2019, which should be just in time for the 83rd annual Cowboy Jamboree, the oldest cross-country race in the country.