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Leonidoff Field & Tenney Stadium

Leonidoff Field, Marist College's first major athletic field, is an outdoor stadium that provides seating for over 3,000 spectators for home soccer, lacrosse, and football games. The athletic field is named after Dr. Aleski A. Leonidoff and was dedicated in 1968. Raised and educated in Russia, Aleski Leonidoff developed a relationship with Marist College through Jack Gartland. During his tenure as a physician at St. Francis Hospital, Dr. Leonidoff donated money to the College for the construction of the Leonidoff Athletic Field. Dr. Leonidoff also donated funds to suport a scholarship for students specializing in science pre-medical studies.  (Source: Building & Place Names)

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Tenney Stadium at Leonidoff Field, GoRedFoxes

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