The University of Puget Sound poured nearly $20 million last fall into upgrading its athletic facilities. The centerpiece of the project was building a state-of-the-art aquatics center – the new eight-lane Wallace Memorial Pool - which is located right next to Memorial Fieldhouse.
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UPS Athletics & Aquatics Center time lapse
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Austin Wagner, the Loggers’ starting running back two seasons ago before suffering a career-threatening knee injury, came off the bench to rush for a career-high 183 yards on 14 carries — the team’s most rushing yards in a single game since 2008.
Two protesters scaled a fence, chained themselves to a crane and unfurled a banner Monday at the site of a liquefied natural gas storage facility under construction at the Port of Tacoma. Outside the gates a group of protesters largely comprising Puyallup Tribal members and local residents said they are trying to halt construction of the Puget Sound Energy facility, which they believe will pose a danger to the region. A spokesman said the men who locked themselves to the crane plan to remain there for the rest of the day.