This concept design study aims to transform the Furman Men's Lacrosse program's locker and team meeting areas. The space, formerly home of the Paladin Football team, lacked the organization and identity that the lacrosse program desires for their team spaces. The current space houses the team Locker Room and Meeting Space. This study looked to better define these two spaces with a separate but unified identity. The 61 existing lacrosse lockers are being repurposed but also reorganized to fit within the back half of the space. Quackenbush Architects worked with Jack Porter and designed motivational graphics for a new wall to separate the locker area from the meeting space. The meeting space will be updated to have a new large back-painted glass marker board and specialty ceiling with linear LED light fixtures. The study also looked at the main entrance to the space. The entrance doors are being changed to a frameless glass door system to distinguish them from the other doors off the access corridor. The ceiling that is being proposed over the meeting space is also being proposed in the corridor as a way to draw players and recruits into the space.