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.
EARLY BIRD DEADLINE -- December 14, 2012
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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.