APSU Dunn Center

Austin Peay State University’s Dunn Center floor receiving extreme makeover

Courtesy of Clarksville Online Clarksville, TN – The Austin Peay State University‘s Dunn Center floor is getting more than a facelift. After seeing part of the floor twice replaced in the past decade, a whole new surface will be in place when the 2012 Austin Peay State University volleyball season opens this fall–call it Extreme Makeover… Read More

Louisiana-Monroe ULM

Fant-Ewing Coliseum receives court upgrade

MONROE, La. – The court inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum will have a new look to it when the ULM men’s and women’s basketball teams begin play in November. The court has been redesigned and repainted with a fresh look, which includes the primary ULM logo at center court and “Warhawks” on each baseline. It is the… Read More

Sports Floors - UA Fort Smith

Rules Panel approves restricted-area arc for Division I

Rules panel approves restricted-area arc for Div. I;Divisions II and III get one-year delay; women’s three-point line also moved By Greg Johnson NCAA.org The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel during its conference call on Monday approved adding a visible restricted-area arc three feet from the center of the basket where a secondary defender cannot legally… Read More

Ole Miss Gillom Center

Connor Floor Installed In Basketball Practice Facility

OXFORD, Miss. – Ole Miss has put the finishing touches on its new men’s and women’s basketball practice facility by installing a Connor hardwood floor. About 22,000 square feet of Focus™ were installed, with 11,000 square feet in each of the men’s and women’s gymnasiums, said Jon Isaacs, Vice President and General Manager of Connor Sports Flooring,… Read More

Sports Floors Inc.

Sports Floors, Inc. adds sales territories as competitors shrink in marketplace

By Michael Sheffield, Memphis Business Journal The last three years have been the best in history for Sports Floors, Inc., but Bruce Gleneck, the company’s founder, hopes things get even better. Sports Floors installs and maintains gym and fitness floors.  It is the only Connor Sports Flooring representative in Memphis. Gleneck says Sports Floors had… Read More

Sports Floors Inc.

Sports Floors, Inc. moving HQ, expects more business with NCAA rule change

Memphis Business Journal – by Michael Sheffield Sportsfloors, Inc., which installs and maintains gym and fitness floors, plans to move from its 3,500-square-foot headquarters on Tillman to a new 8,400-square-foot facility in Bartlett this summer. The new facility, which is budgeted to cost $500,000 to build, is the latest bit of success for Sportsfloors, which… Read More

LA Tech Thomas Assembly Center

Demolition begins on Thomas Assembly Center floor

(Article and pictures courtesy Louisiana Tech Athletics & www.latechsports.com) Aug 28, 2007 RUSTON – Demolition of the Thomas Assembly Center court began today as crews from WJ Enterprises began the initial process which will ultimately culminate in the installation of a new, state-of-the-art Maplewood floor at Louisiana Tech. David LeBlanc, Vice President of Sales for Sports… Read More

Sports Floors - Walton Practice Facility

Longer Shots Translate to Dollar Signs

NCAA 3-point line change could benefit one Memphis business ERIC SMITH | The Daily News A recent rule change by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) will benefit sharp-shooting basketball players, but it also could be a boon for Sports Floors Inc., a Memphis business owned by Bruce Gleneck. The NCAA approved a rule late… Read More

Sports Floors Inc.

Sports Floors, Inc. courts customers with improvements in materials, cushioning

Memphis Business Journal – by Michael Sheffield While you’re watching a basketball game in Memphis, and admiring the great looking gym floor, most likely you’re admiring the work of Sports Floors, Inc. The company, started by Bruce Gleneck in 1994, has supplied floors for LeMoyne-Owen College, Memphis Athletic Ministries, as well as for Rhodes College… Read More