NEW DETAILS ON HOW MUCH DAMAGE UW PLATTeVILLE IS DEALING
WITH IN THE WAKE OF LAST WEEK'S EF2 TORNADO.
EMILY KUMLIEN CONTINUES OUR COVERAGE OF THE AFTERMATH.
OFFICIALS ARE STILL SURVEYING THE DAMAGE BUT SAY CLEAN
UP COULD TOP 10 MILLION DOLLARS.
BUT THE CAMPUS HAS LAID OUT AN 80 DAY PLAN TO CLEAN
UP AND REPAIR RESIDENTS HALL AND THE STADIUM
AND MAKE THINGS BETTER THAN EVER
ENZO I don't feel like I am working I love just being
around the kids and teaching the game :43
COACHING SOCCER ISN'T JUST A JOB FOR PLATTEVILLE COACH
ENZO FUSCHINO...IT'S A PASSION FOR THE MEN'S COACH
ENTERINGH IS 8TH SEASON WITH THE PIONEERS.
:44 ENZO: we have a great group of kids here in platteville
I enjoy every minute of it
BUT FUSCHINO'S WORLD WAS TURNED UPSIDE DOWN LAST TUESDAY
WHEN HE SAW THE DAMANGE TO THE STADIUM WHERE THEY
PLAY HOME GAMES...
- ENZO i was faced with a suerreal scene very painful
brought tears to my eyes this is a beautiful facility
and just seeing the damange the storm had done it
was just heart breaking 29: 42
THERE ARE 12 MEN'S HOME GAMES THIS SEASON.
FUSCHINO SAYS THEY HAVE TO REPLACE THE TURF, BLEACHERS
AND LIGHTS SO HE'S PREPARING FOR DIFFERENT OPTIONS
EARLIER IN THE SEASON, ESPECIALLY FOR PRE SEASON PRACTICES
:02- ENZO everyone is working feverishly to make sure
not only the stadium but the rest of the buildings
on campus get ready for our school years to start
and for our season to start 31;12
Shields: :42- You plan for the worst case senario
and hope for the best case and we have every reason
to believe we won't have to do anythng dramatic :
AND EVERYONE IS ON THE SAME TEAM MOVING FORWARD
:47 ENZO this is a very strong community its a very
tight community and everyone came together to come
here on Tuesday afternoon and see a bunch of athletes
and coaches just picking up stuff on the field :58
THE MENS AND WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAMS.
AS WELL AS THE FOOTBALL TEAM ALL PLAY THEIR HOME GAMES
AT PIONEER STADIUM
THEY ARE LOOKING INTO ALETERNATIVE LOCATIONS FOR GAMES.
BUT THE CHANCELLOR HOPES THAT THE STADIUM SHOULD BE
READY BY SEPTEMBER.
THE UNIVERSITY ALSO SAID THEY WERE ABLE TO RE SCHEDULE
ABOUT 200 STUDENTS WHO MISSED ORIENTATION WHEN THE
CAMPUS WAS SHUT DOWN TWO FOR DAYS LAST WEEK
STUDENTS ARE BACK ON CAMPUS AUGUST 15TH
-- ERIC --