The Arizona Wildcats' $72 million football plant finally has a name.
Actually, two of them.
The Lowell-Stevens Football Facility is expected to open in time for the start of the 2013 season. Construction crews broke ground on the north end zone project in January.
The facility will house coaches' offices and weight and locker rooms. On game days, it will serve as a hangout for boosters.
The facility is named after the project's two largest benefactors. Jeff and Sharon Stevens donated $12 million to get the project started, while David and Edith Lowell pledged $11 million. The families agreed to put their names on the building, but neither initially wanted their names to go first.
The Lowell-Stevens order was decided recently, athletic director Greg Byrne told the Star this week. The construction was previously referred to only as the north end zone project.