As the Zable Stadium renovations and the Smith-McGlothlin Grandstand finish completion, Tribe Athletics hosted a public open house for the Williamsburg and William and Mary communities Sunday, Sept. 4. Flat Hat Staff Writer Josh Luckenbaugh was on the scene to take photos.
View of the northern endzone’s new design from the Smith-McGlothlin Grandstand.
The new turf pattern features golden outlines every 10 yards and on the numbers themselves.
Members of the community explore the new luxury box level that sits between the grandstand and the old home seating.
Panoramic shot of the field and the away side of Zable Stadium.
As part of the Zable renovation, the track was repainted in preparation for use by the cross country and track teams.
The Smith-McGlothlin Grandstand is one of the tallest buildings in Williamsburg, standing high above everything else on the William and Mary campus.
The new press box at the top level of the new addition features two long media counters and a spectacular view of the field.
View of the field from the press box level.
Broad view of the home side of Zable Stadium, featuring the Smith-McGlothlin Grandstand.
ALL PHOTOS BY JOSH LUCKENBAUGH / THE FLAT HAT.