Martin Stadium

Magnificent Cougar graces campus

“There’s a new Coug in town!” said a bystander watching the painstaking installation of an 11-foot tall cougar statue at Martin Stadium Thursday morning. Placed just in time for the Apple Cup, the granite and bronze monument is destined to become one of WSU’s most notable landmarks.   The sculpture, Cougar Pride, was commissioned and […]

Martin Stadium ready for Cal Sept. 6

PULLMAN – With the start of the 2008 Cougar football season less than two weeks away, Washington State University officials are reminding fans, friends and alumni returning to Pullman to be aware of the many changes they will see in and around Martin Stadium. The majority of the Phase I and II Martin Stadium renovation […]

Ticket officeopen at Martin Stadium

PULLMAN – After years in the tight quarters of the WSU Visitor Center in downtown Pullman, the WSU Athletic Ticket Office has moved into its new permanent location on the Northeast Plaza of the renovated Martin Stadium. The new office – just south of Mooberry Track – is an easy walk from anywhere on campus, opened June […]

Construction onStadium continues

The  Martin Stadium renovation is still underway. To view photos of the renovation’s progress, visit Phase One of the project included the beautification of the stadium’s east and south ends, which included the new restroom facilities, updated concession stands and larger walkways. Phase Two focused on expanding the northern concourse area. Phases Three and […]

Returfing Martin Stadium

The greening of Martin Stadium is currently underway as eight crews from Field Turf Builders, a contractor out of Sherwood, Ore., install the new Field Turf on the stadium floor. Above, Scott LaRoche, Field Turf Builders, installs yard markings on field’s edge. The process, which began several weeks ago, includes tearing up the old turf, laying […]

Regents approve plan for 18-hole golf course

The Washington State University Board of Regents approved a plan Friday, Oct. 22, for construction of a new 18-hole championship golf course and practice facility to replace the university’s current 9-hole course.University administrators said that the course, to be built on a 315-acre site on the Pullman campus, would be a recreational amenity to students, […]