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The Kansas State Athletics Department welcomes you to Manhattan. It is our intention to present all guests with clean, comfortable, friendly and safe facilities with superior hospitality. Please contact any member of the Athletics Operations staff with questions and/or concerns regarding your experience at K-State athletic events. This site is created and updated through the Athletics Operations office and is intended to offer an informative resource to anyone attending Wildcat athletic events.

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BASEBALL: FRANK MYERS FIELD 

Home to Kansas State Baseball since 1961, the field is named after former coach Frank Myers. In 2001, a new $3.1 million facility opened featuring coaches offices, team clubhouse and lounge, suites, chairback and bench seating in a permanent grandstand, press box and broadcast booths, concessions and restrooms. The stadium was dedicated in 2002 in honor of Bob and Betty Tointon, the principle benefactors of the project, and recent improvements have included construction of the John L. Allen Strength Center and FieldTurf playing surface.

General information
Gates open one hour prior to first pitch. K-State students with a valid student ID are admitted free. Concessions are located below the south stairwell on the lower concourse and at the main entrance. Lost and found is located in the Athletics Operations office on the suite level. Men’s and women’s restrooms are located on both the lower concourse and suite level. A family restroom is located on the lower concourse. Seating for disabled patrons is available behind home plate and the K-State dugout on third base side.

Parking
Fans may park in the west lot of the KSU Sports Complex outside the left-field fence.

Restrictions
Smoking is not permitted inside Tointon Stadium. A smoking area is designated outside the south entrance gate. Hand-held still cameras are permitted for personal use. Cameras with telescopic lenses and video cameras are prohibited. Alcoholic beverages, bottles, cans and noisemakers are prohibited. Flags, signs and other objects that obstruct the view of patrons are not permitted. Live animals or pets, except for service or guide dogs, are not allowed.


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VOLLEYBALL: AHEARN FIELDHOUSE 

Storied Ahearn Field House is the home for Wildcat volleyball in the heart of the K-State campus. The Terina Irsik Memorial Court, is designed specifically for volleyball and sits in the south end of the Field House. Ahearn can comfortably seat as many as 5,000 fans with balcony seating on three sides overlooking 1,500 courtside bleacher seats. The largest crowd to see a Kansas State Volleyball match in Ahearn was 5,287 on November 15, 2003, against Nebraska.

General information.
Gates open one hour prior to first serve. K-State students with valid student ID are admitted free. Concessions are located inside the east entrance behind the north-side bleachers. Lost and found is located at the Ticket Office at the East entrance. Seating for disabled patrons is available in the northeast and northwest corners of the court.

Parking
Fans may park in the KSU Student Union or East Stadium parking lots.

Restrictions
Hand-held still cameras are permitted for personal use. Cameras with telescopic lenses and video cameras are prohibited. Alcoholic beverages, bottles, cans and noisemakers are prohibited. Flags, signs and other objects that obstruct the view of patrons are not permitted. Live animals or pets, except for service or guide dogs, are not allowed.


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TRACK & FIELD: R.V. CHRISTIAN TRACK 

K-State track and field meets are hosted at the R.V. Christian Track and Field Complex located at the KSU Sports Complex.

Parking
Fans may park in the west lot of the KSU Sports Complex

Restrictions
Hand-held still cameras are permitted for personal use. Cameras with telescopic lenses and video cameras are prohibited. Alcoholic beverages, bottles, cans and noisemakers are prohibited. Flags, signs and other objects that obstruct the view of patrons are not permitted. Live animals or pets, except for service or guide dogs, are not allowed.


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ROWING: TUTTLE CREEK RESERVOIR 

The Breidenthal Boathouse at Tuttle Creek Reservoir serves as home for the K-State Rowing teams.

General information
Seating for spectators is located on the bluff overlooking Tuttle Creek Reservoir. Restrooms are located on site and in the Breidenthal Boathouse.

Parking
Spectators can park in either the east dam parking lot or the lot directly up the hill from the Breidenthal Boathouse. Both are a short walk from the viewing area.

Restricted Areas
Spectators are prohibited on or around the launching docks. Admittance to a launch is restricted to course officials, coaches and rowing staff. Spectators on the bluff are restricted to the designated area.

Restrictions
Hand-held still cameras are permitted for personal use. Cameras with telescopic lenses and video cameras are prohibited. Alcoholic beverages, bottles, cans and noisemakers are prohibited. Flags, signs and other objects that obstruct the view of patrons are not permitted. Live animals or pets, except for service or guide dogs, are not allowed. Spectators are asked not to stand too close to the edge of the bluff.


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GOLF: COLBERT HILLS GOLF COURSE 

The picturesque landscape of Colbert Hills is the home to both the K-State men’s and women’s golf teams. Named after K-State alumnus and professional golfer Jim Colbert, Colbert Hills is one of the premier golf courses in Kansas.

General information
There are no bleachers available. Restrooms are available at the clubhouse. Please be aware of other groups.

Parking
Spectators can park in the clubhouse parking lot.

Restricted Areas
Spectators are prohibited on the greens and should stay off fairways whenever possible.

Restrictions
Hand-held still cameras are permitted for personal use, but shouldn't be used when a player is in his/her swing. Alcoholic beverages, bottles, cans and noisemakers are prohibited. Flags, signs and other objects that obstruct the view of patrons are not permitted. Live animals or pets, except for service or guide dogs, are not allowed.


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