Opened in 1981, Reynolds Stadium has served as host to multiple NCAA tournament games and some of college baseball's greatest players.Read More
The Oklahoma State baseball team hosts UNC Wilmington at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium this weekend in NCAA baseball Super Regional play, with the winner of the best-of-three set advancing to the College World Series. Important ticket information for fans to know:
Cowboy baseball season ticket holders are able to purchase current seat locations online using the account manager renewal starting approximately 15 minutes after the official announcement until 9 a.m. Wednesday. They can also call 877-255-4678 until 6 p.m. on Tuesday and from 8-9 a.m. Wednesday.
Any tickets not purchased will then go on sale at 10 a.m. Wednesday morning to the general public. At that time, members of the general public can either call the ticket office or click THIS LINK to purchase all-session tickets.
No tickets will be mailed. To avoid potential lines, ticket holders have the following ticket delivery options:
o Print at Home – FREE for all-session buyers. Please make sure pop-ups are allowed when buying and printing.
o Mobile Ticketing – On a mobile device, log in to account manager, then choose manage tickets and follow the steps.
All-Session - $35 (includes $5 processing fee)
2016 NCAA Baseball Championship
The Road to Omaha runs through Stillwater! Oklahoma State University will host the University of North Carolina Wilmington this weekend at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium with a trip to the 2016 Men's College World Series up for grabs.
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Reynolds StadiumOklahoma State's Allie P. Reynolds Stadium is no stranger to the postseason, having previously hosted 12 NCAA regional tournaments and the 2014 NCAA Super Regional. Opened in 1981 and officially dedicated in 1982, the ballpark is named for legendary Oklahoma State pitcher Allie Reynolds.
The 1981 season signaled the start of a new chapter in Oklahoma State baseball history. The Cowboys began play in one of the nation's finest facilities and with it came the program's return to national prominence.
With the start of the 2010 season, Allie P. Reynolds Stadium begins its 30th year as home to Oklahoma State baseball. Located on the northeast side of the OSU campus, Reynolds Stadium is located on the same site as the old baseball facility, University Park, and is named in honor of former OSU and major league pitching great Allie P. Reynolds.
The $2.2 million structure was officially dedicated on April 24, 1982, in a ceremony attended by Reynolds and New York Yankee legends Mickey Mantle, Bill Dickey and Warren Spahn. The Cowboys, however, had begun playing in the new park on April 4, 1981, and recorded their first victory on April 5, 1981 against conference foe Missouri.
With approximately 1,000 chairback seats, 2,000 bleacher seats in the main grandstand and 1,000 bleacher seats down the left-field foul line, Reynolds Stadium has a capacity of 4,000. The Allie P. Reynolds Stadium press box features three radio booths and seating for 25 members of the media. The stadium also houses coaches' offices, locker rooms, a concession stand and a ticket booth.
Located in north central Oklahoma, and easy drives from Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Stillwater provides college-town atmosphere with big-city access.
Stillwater is a rapidly growing city of 47,000 and is near the geographic center of the country. The US Census Bureau recently named Stillwater as the fastest growing city in the state of Oklahoma. Often called Oklahoma's premier educational community, Stillwater is the home of some of the region's finest education and training institutions, including Oklahoma State University, Meridian Technology Center, Northern Oklahoma College/OSU Gateway, and one of the nation's top rated public school systems.
The college town atmosphere lends itself to a variety of recreational opportunities. Year-round arts and cultural events appeal to many different audiences and feature music, dance, theater, festivals, lectures and concerts. A youthful community demands the best in fitness centers, spas, parks and recreational opportunities.
And for the outdoor enthusiast, nearby lakes provide a quiet respite at the city's edge, sparkling in 234 days of annual sunshine.