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Don Haskins Center

Named after legendary UTEP men's basketball coach Don Haskins, the Don Haskins Center is among the top basketball facilities in the Southwest and Conference USA.

Built in 1976, the Haskins Center features a Robbins Bio-Channel Star maple floor, installed in the summer of 2002.  The gameday environment for basketball was enhanced in recent years with the addition of new scoreboards and video replay boards in the arena.

The comfy 12,000-seat arena offers fans an intimate view of the action on the court.

The Miner men's basketball team has posted a staggering 431-130 (.768) record in 33 years at "The Don," including a 191-72 (.726) mark versus conference opponents.  The Miners have fashioned a 401-109 (.786) record in the Don Haskins Center over the last 28 seasons.

UTEP won 25 straight home games from Jan. 23, 1987 to Dec. 16, 1989.  The Miners have posted undefeated home records in three seasons - 1983-84 (21-0), 1985-86 (19-0) and 1988-89 (18-0).  The arena was the site of a milestone win during the 1997-98 season, as coach Don Haskins notched his 700th career victory versus SMU.

UTEP has attracted 5,129,836 fans in 33 seasons at "The Don," with 108 sellouts.

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