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Monroe Athletic Complex
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Monroe College has renovated the former ice rink at New Roc City into the Monroe Athletic Complex (MAC), a state-of-the-art athletic complex for students and the New Rochelle community. The centerpiece of the 45,000 square-foot arena is a 94-foot, wood-floor basketball court where the Monroe Mustangs basketball and volleyball teams play their home games. The court was delivered to Monroe from US Cellular arena in Milwaukee.  The complex also houses a track, locker rooms, a trainer’s room and seating for fans. Overlooking the court are sizeable reception rooms and a professional kitchen for catered events. (Gary Axelbank)

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