Cowboy Stadium

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Cowboy Stadium
The Hole
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Cowboy Stadium, also known as "The Hole"
Location 700 E. McNeese Street Lake Charles, Louisiana 70605
Opened 1965
Owner McNeese State University
Operator McNeese State University
Surface Artificial turf
Capacity 12,226 (1965-1974)
17,000 (1975-1997)
17,410 (1998-2010)
17,610 (2011-present)[1]
Tenants
McNeese State University Cowboys

Cowboy Stadium is a 17,610-seat multi-purpose stadium in Lake Charles, Louisiana. It is home to the McNeese State Cowboys football team, and is affectionately referred to as "The Hole". It was transformed for the 2008 season to artificial turf. A new state of the art field house is currently being constructed. It will be nearly double its current size, and will include climate-controlled seating and a club room.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2013 McNeese State Football Media Guide". McNeese State University Athletics. July 25, 2013. p. 14. Retrieved August 2, 2013. 
  2. ^ http://www.mcneesefieldhouse.com/plans/

Coordinates: 30°10′24″N 93°12′36″W / 30.17333°N 93.21000°W / 30.17333; -93.21000