Locker Rooms that Take Height into Consideration
In the 2016-2017 school year, the average height of a male college basketball player was just under 6 foot 5 inches, and the most common height was 6 foot 7 inches.
Because of their size and stature, basketball players cannot use ordinary lockers—their clothes, equipment, and shoes simply don’t fit.
Even worse, their shoes and equipment are often smelled before seen. Hollman lockers not only accommodate multiple pairs of very large sneakers, they eliminate the odor problem before it occurs with specially vented shoe lockers that can erase smells before they hit the air.
Basketball Has Gone Full Tech
Many collegiate basketball programs have nearly eliminated paper, putting each athlete’s workout on a tablet or notebook–and that means Wifi and battery-operated devices in locker rooms, keeping athletes plugged in and ready to go at a moment’s notice.
Make It Personal
Team colors, logos, and other touches make the locker room both a comfortable and energizing place for players. With lockers big enough for their needs, branded for their team, and with the amenities they desire, we help instill college teams with a sense of pride.
We have completed locker rooms for the following college teams:
- University of Pennsylvania
- Texas A&M
- Miami of Ohio
- University of Memphis
- Wichita State Women’s
- University of Alabama
- Columbia University
- Georgia State
- University of Houston
- University of Nebraska Kearney
- University of North Carolina
- University of Portland
- University of Southern Alabama
- Colorado Women’s University