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Brother David Dauch '86 and his wife, Anita, have been a catalyst on several fundraising projects for Miami athletics, including a new Indoor Sports Center, which is to be named after them. 

The David and Anita Dauch Indoor Sports Center is a 91,000-square-foot facility with a 120-yard football field, synthetic field turf, netting for baseball, softball and golf, 100-yard sprint lanes, a high jump area, a long jump pit and even a storage space and observation deck. 

“Anita and I are honored to have been given the opportunity to work closely with both President David Hodge and David Sayler on the future of Miami athletics and on this exciting project,” David Dauch said in a press release by Dave Meyers. “Our goal was to provide a state-of-the-art facility that our student-athletes could train in year-round, thus elevating the athletic experience at Miami. We also feel that this facility will greatly enhance recruiting efforts that will ultimately build on our winning heritage and traditions. This differentiating project, along with the other athletic facility projects that are planned or are underway, will elevate the mission of Miami athletics to Graduate Champions.”

More than 20 brothers attended a ribbon cutting ceremony on April 25 to show their support for David and Anita.

Besides being a fellow Delt, David was a three-year letter winner for Miami.

Congratulations, David, and thank you for your contribution to Miami University.

Photo credit: Miami University