Nicoson Hall - University of Indianapolis
3957 Campus Wy, Indianapolis, IN 46227
Indianapolis’ Nicoson Hall is one of the finest NCAA II basketball venues in the country. Completed in 1959 and officially dedicated on Jan. 19, 1960, the 4,000-capacity arena was a welcome addition to the campus. The arena was simply known as “The Gym” until the spring of 1977 when the university’s trustees dubbed it Nicoson Hall in honor of UIndy legend Angus Nicoson, who had announced he was taking a disability retirement earlier that year. “Nic,” as he was affectionately known, had been athletic director and basketball coach for the Greyhounds for 30 years.
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