Lt. William "Bink" P. Wall - Strength & Conditioning Center
Renovated in 1997, this state-of-the-art facility epitomizes the man it memorializes, strong and tough. Although you might not guess it by his nickname, "Bink" Wall was a 6'4" 240 lb. anchor to the Savage football defense at middle linebacker from 1964 to 1969. He was killed in action in Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam on April 1st, 1970 while serving his country.
With 40 lifting and aerobic machines and 31 free weight stations, the Strength and Conditioning Center has catapulted its way near the top of the class in performance and style for its kind of facility. The university-related community, general public, and the Seattle Seahawks all have enjoyed the "facelift" given to the 7,700 square foot "Bink" Wall Strength & Conditioning Center.