CALDWELL -- In his 15 years as the athletic director at the College of Idaho, Marty Holly has found a way to consistently field competitive teams, while holding true to the overall values of one of the top liberal arts colleges in the Northwest.
With that in mind, it only makes sense that the Yotes name their fancy new athletic facility after the man who has set the standard in Caldwell.
Today, the C of I showed off the new home of Yotes Athletics.
The facility cost $3.5 million and is 22,000 square-feet.
It includes coaches' offices, classrooms, a training room with a therapeutic pool, locker rooms and weight room with a cardio balcony.
Holly said the facility will allow them to compete with the big boys of the NAIA, especially when it comes to football.