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Berkeley Dedicates Renovated Goldman Track and Field

Posted April 12, 2000

The track and field at Edwards Stadium has been renovated and renamed for Richard Goldman, who along with his late wife contributed a significant portion of the $3.5 million price. The work on the track, now painted bright gold, converts Edwards into a multi-use venue for track and field in the spring and men's and women's soccer in the fall.




April 12-18, 2000 (Volume 28, Number 28)
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