Reese Court
Reese Court is a 6,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Cheney, Washington. It is home to the Eastern Washington University Eagles basketball team. It hosted the 2004 Big Sky Conference men's basketball tournament. It replaced Eastern Washington Fieldhouse.

The gem of the Sports and Recreation Center, the Special Events Pavilion, was named for legendary coach William B. "Red" Reese and is now referred to as Reese Court. Coach Reese amassed an impressive 473 victories against 298 defeats during his 31 years as the combined football, basketball and track coach.

William Reese
Known for his fierce competitiveness, Reese led the Savages from 1930 to 1964. Coach Reese was absent for three years during World War II while he served as physical fitness officer and football coach for the Second Air Force.Located just off the main court is a conference room named in Reese's honor that has many interesting mementos of his era as head coach.

Reese Court has been home to the Eagle basketball and volleyball teams since the 1975-76 season. Other regularly scheduled events in the facility include: Graduation Ceremonies Concerts State B volleyball championships High school regional basketball playoffs Indoor soccer tournaments Homecoming dance Science Olympiad competition Killin fundraising dinner (conclusion of spring football practice) Gymnastics and basketball classes Summer basketball camps

Graduation ceremonies for graduate students are held at Reese Court annually. Before 2004, the non-undergraduate graduation ceremony for Eastern Washington University was held at the Spokane Arena, in Spokane, Washington.


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