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Ticket Information The Alex Box Stadium ticket office is located near Gate 2 of the stadium. The stadium ticket office will open two hours prior to each game and will remain open until the bottom of the fifth inning. The LSU Athletics Ticket Office is located on the first floor of the LSU Athletic Administration Building. The Athletic Administration Building is on the corner of Nicholson Drive and North Stadium Drive. The LSU Athletic Ticket Office is open from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. CT, Monday-Friday, except on university-observed holidays.

Season Tickets SEASON TICKET RENEWALS Season ticket renewals for baseball are mailed in September of each year. The deadline for renewal is usually October 31. Season ticket holders are notified of exact dates each year. If you have not received a renewal form by October 1, please call the ticket office. Full payment is due in the ticket office by the deadline date on the renewal form.

NEW SEASON TICKETS A waiting list for baseball season tickets is available from August 1 to October 31 each year. To register for the waiting list, log on to LSUTIX.net, go to “Purchase Tickets” and then “Baseball.” A $10 fee is required annually to register for the wait list, and tickets are issued based on LSU Philanthropic Priority Point order. Cash, check, Visa, MasterCard or American Express are acceptable forms of payment for season tickets.

Individual Game Tickets

Individual game baseball tickets for select games go on sale each February. The cost of a home game baseball ticket is $15 for grandstand seats and $10 (adults) and $5 (youth ages 3-12) for bleacher seats. All phone and internet orders are subject to applicable service fees. STANDING ROOM ONLY TICKETS A Standing Room Only (SRO) ticket allows a fan entry into Alex Box Stadium but does not guarantee a seat in any section of the stadium. Fans are allowed to stand in designated SRO areas located on the concourse level of the grandstand or in the bleacher section walkways down the left and right field lines. SRO tickets are $10 for adults, and $5 for children (ages 3-12) and these are available to purchase in advance on-line, over the phone, in person, as well as on the day of the game at Alex Box Stadium.

TICKET RESALE POLICY LSU Athletics tickets are revocable licenses and LSU may revoke tickets for any reason, at the University’s discretion. These ticket licenses do not confer any property right to the ticket holder. Any attempt to resell tickets on university property is strictly prohibited In accordance with Louisiana state law La. R.S. 4:1, LSU forbids the resale of tickets above the price printed on the ticket. Ticket holders are advised that LSU may cancel or revoke tickets for certain conduct including, but not limited to, the following:

HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE SEATING Fans in need of accessible seating for baseball games may purchase these based on availability through the LSU Ticket Office. Accessible seating is sold on a season ticket basis and any remaining tickets are available to fans on individual game basis. These can be purchased by contacting the LSU Ticket Office in person, over the phone at (800)960-8587, or on-line at www. LSUTIX.net. There is a limit of 4 tickets per person in accessible seating areas if available.

RAINCHECKS If a regular season game is postponed or cancelled due to inclement weather, season ticket holders may use their original ticket for the rescheduled game if the game is rescheduled. A single game ticket holder may use their ticket for the rescheduled game, or may exchange their ticket for another regular season game based on availability.

• The resale of, or attempted resale of, tickets above the price printed on the ticket in violation of Louisiana law; • Any form of fraudulent activity; • The purchase of tickets for the purpose and intent of reselling the tickets on the secondary market above the price printed on the ticket; and • Use of tickets for sweepstakes, contests, and/or promotions without the prior written consent from LSU.

Important Numbers to Know LSU Athletics (225) 578-8001 LSU Ticket Office (225) 578-2184 (800) 960-8587 (Toll Free) Tiger Athletic Foundation (225) 578-4823 LSU Sports Properties (225) 578-7049 LSU SportShop (225) 578-6975 LSU Police (225) 578-3231 LSU Office of Visitor Information (225) 578-5030 Official Athletics Website LSUsports.net LSU Baseball on Facebook facebook.com/LSUbaseball LSU Baseball on Twitter twitter.com/LSUbaseball Official TAF Website LSUtaf.org Official LSU Website LSU.edu

TICKET MARKETPLACE Fans can sell and buy tickets online at the Ticket Marketplace. Go to LSUTIX.net, click on Ticket Marketplace and click on Baseball. This is the easiest and safest way to re-sell tickets to LSU sporting events.

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Fan Services CUSTOMER SERVICE LSU Athletics Event Staff and Geaux Team are stationed throughout the stadium to ensure all fans have a safe, enjoyable, and memorable experience. FIRST AID For the safety of fans in Alex Box Stadium, a first-aid station is staffed on the concourse level of the stadium behind home plate. In addition, Emergency Medical Technicians are stationed at the breaks in the grandstand between the left and right field seating areas. If you need assistance or are with someone who does, contact the nearest law enforcement officer or event staff team member. GAME PROGRAMS Programs are available for sale inside each gate and at the Bat Girl Headquarters on ground level behind home plate beginning two hours before game time. Game programs provide information on LSU and its opponent, as well as interesting feature stories on the LSU Athletics program. If you are interested in advertising in LSU’s Gameday programs in any sport, contact LSU Sports Properties at (225) 578-7049. INTERNET: LSUsports.net The radio broadcast of all LSU baseball games can be heard around the world at LSUsports.net in the Geaux Zone. Tiger fans can hear veteran play-by-play man Jim Hawthorne describe all the action on a subscription basis. Live streaming video of most LSU baseball games is also available in the Geaux Zone on a subscription basis. Visit LSUsports.net for more information and pricing. Live stats is available free of charge for all games at LSUsports.net/ livestats.

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LSU is No. 1 in the 2011 college baseball attendance rankings by the NCAA, marking the 16th straight season in which the Tigers have led the nation in total attendance.

LOST OR STOLEN TICKETS For information on lost or stolen tickets, contact the LSU Athletic Ticket Office at (225) 578-2184. LSU SPORTS MOBILE APPS Download the LSUsports Mobile app and get all the latest in LSU Athletics in a simple, interactive interface on your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Android device. Get the latest news, scores, schedules and rosters from all 20 teams. In addition, live stats are available for selected sports. Upgrade to the LSUsports Mobile Plus app for access to exclusive on-demand video from the Geaux Zone, including press conferences, player and coach interviews, features and much more! Also, members of the Geaux Zone have access live audio within the mobile apps and live video on iPads. This includes all live game audio, coaches shows and press conferences, and live video from select home basketball and baseball games. MERCHANDISE A merchandise store is located in the new Alex Box Stadium on the concourse level behind home plate and on ground level across from the Hall of Fame Room. Fans can also order merchandise at LSUshop. net, the official online web store of LSU Athletics.

TICKET MARKETPLACE Fans can sell and buy tickets online at the Ticket Marketplace. Go to LSUsports.net, click on Tickets and click on Marketplace. This is the easiest and safety way to re-sell tickets to LSU sporting events. TICKET OFFICE The box office in the new Alex Box Stadium will open two hours prior to each baseball game. Also, the LSU Athletic Ticket Office is located on the first floor of the Athletic Administration Building on the corner of Nicholson Drive and North Stadium Drive. The office is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. WATER FOUNTAINS Water fountains are located at four locations throughout the stadium: one location down each of the right field and left field lines by the concession stands and two locations on the concourse by the restrooms on the first and third base sides. There are approximately six fountains in each of these locations. WILL-CALL FOR TICKETS The will-call window for tickets is located on the ground level on the third base side of Alex Box Stadium and will open two hours prior to every home game. Only the person whose name is on the ticket order may pick up the tickets. A photo ID is required for all will-call orders.

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LSU Athletics provides a discreet option for guests to report unruly fans. Text “LSU” <space> issue & location to 69050. If you see something, say something! Guests are encouraged to report any activity in violation of LSU Fan Code of Conduct. LSU Athletics is committed to providing a safe and enjoyable atmosphere.

LOST AND FOUND Items found during the game and during post game clean-up will be turned over to LSU Event Management. Please check with an event staff team member for your item. Unclaimed items will be turned over to LSU Police at the end of each week. Please call 225-578-3231 to ask if your item has been turned in. LSU Police are located in the Public Safety Building on South Stadium Drive.

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Stadium Policies ANNOUNCEMENTS Public address announcements other than birthday announcements are restricted to emergency situations only and must be requested by contacting LSU Event Staff or a Law Enforcement officer on site. ARTIFICIAL NOISE-MAKERS Southeastern Conference rules do not permit artificial noise-makers to be brought into or used in the stadium. Anyone found violating this policy is subject to ejection. BACKPACKS AND COOLERS Backpacks, coolers and other containers are not allowed in Alex Box Stadium. BANNERS AND POLES Banners may not be hung and poles may not be brought into Alex Box Stadium except as approved by LSU. Approved banners must be removed after each game. Use of banners and any temporary signage must be approved by LSU Event Management 225-578-8428. BEVERAGE POLICY (ALCOHOL) The possession or consumption of alcohol in the general seating areas of Alex Box Stadium is expressly prohibited by University policy. Stadium personnel and law enforcement officials will enforce this policy. BIRTHDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS Birthdays to be announced by the public address announcer may be submitted to the Tiger Fan Zone on the concourse level of the stadium behind home plate and must be submitted prior to the 6th inning CAMERAS Cameras are permitted in Alex Box Stadium for both fans and working news media. All photos taken in Alex Box Stadium must be for editorial or personal use only and cannot be used for commercial purposes. FOOD AND DRINKS Food and drinks may not be brought into Alex Box Stadium. For locations of water fountains, please see “Fan Services.” LUCKY PROGRAM NUMBER WINNERS Lucky Program Number prizes may be claimed at the Tiger Fan Zone on the concourse level of the stadium behind home plate.

Prohibited Items

All stadium policies and prohibited items are subject to the discretion of the LSU Administration and Event Management for the comfort, enjoyment and safety of all Tiger fans, please follow these guidelines for items brought into Alex Box Stadium: • Backpacks, coolers and containers of any kind are prohibited. • Food and drinks may not be brought into Alex Box Stadium. • Glass bottles, cans and ice chests are prohibited. • SEC regulations prohibit any type of artificial noise makers. • Smoking is not permitted in Alex Box Stadium. • Banners may be hung upon approval in Alex Box Stadium but must be removed after each game. Handheld signs that block the view of other fans are subject to removal. RE-ENTRY TO STADIUM Anyone leaving the stadium must have their ticket scanned upon exiting in order to return to the stadium. Tickets are scanned upon entry to all stadium gates and will also be scanned when exiting stadium gates if the ticket holder wishes to return to the stadium during the game. SMOKING Smoking is not permitted in any area of Alex Box Stadium. Fans must leave Alex Box Stadium and have their ticket scanned upon exiting in order to gain re-entry. Guests may not smoke at or near the gates. Event staff will direct you to areas designated for smoking outside the gates. SPORTSMANSHIP The throwing of objects from the stands is strictly prohibited and is cause for immediate ejection. Also, fans may not go onto the playing field at anytime before, during or after games except upon approval by LSU. STADIUM SECURITY Visitors to Alex Box Stadium may be subject to search. With heightened security now a way of life, LSU will do everything possible to provide a secure environment for its fans. Please be cooperative with our security officials during your visit to Alex Box Stadium. They are there for your safety. STADIUM SEATS (PORTABLE) Any portable seat that impedes on the comfort and enjoyment of a fan in an adjacent seat (in front, behind or to the side) is prohibited.

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STARTING TIMES Generally, LSU weekday home games are scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Central time and Friday night games are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday game times vary depending on television scheduling and required departure times for visiting teams. For further information, please visit the Official Web Site of LSU Athletics at LSUsports.net. TICKETS All persons above the age of 3 must present a ticket for admission to Alex Box Stadium. Children 3 and under are admitted free of charge. TICKET RESALE ON SITE Tickets may not be resold on the grounds of the stadium. The grounds of the stadium is defined as the area immediately surrounding the stadium to include all paved parking lots. UMBRELLAS Umbrellas are only permitted on the top row of stadium sections and may not impede the sightlines of any fans. VIDEO CAMERAS Video cameras are not permitted in Alex Box Stadium except for the working news media.


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LSU strongly encourages all fans to park in lots to the west of Nicholson Drive. LSU discourages parking to the east of Nicholson Drive which would require pedestrians to cross Nicholson Drive.

Season Reserved Parking

Season Handicap Parking

Season reserved parking is designated in the following lots surrounding Alex Box Stadium: Alex Box Lot, Champions Lot, Bullpen Lot, Home Run Village. Specific parking spaces are numbered and reserved for pass holders in Home Run Village. All season reserved parking permits are sold out for the 2013 season. The 2014 baseball season parking waiting list will open in September of 2013. The deadline to sign up for the waiting list is October 31,2013.

Handicap parking at Alex Box Stadium is sold on a season basis to season ticket holders. Handicap parking permits are sold out for the 2013 season. The 2014 baseball season parking waiting list will open in September of 2013. The deadline to sign up for the waiting list is October 31, 2013. Fans who do not have a handicap parking pass but are in need of assistance are encouraged to park in Lot D on the corner of Skip Bertman and Nicholson Drive or the Hayfield Lot on Gourrier Avenue. A handicap accessible shuttle serves both lots. See Parking Polices below for more information on the shuttle.

Free Parking

Parking on a first-come, first-served basis is available in Lot D on the corner of Nicholson Drive and Skip Bertman Drive and the Hayfield Lot. A handicap accessible shuttle is available to pick up and drop off all patrons who park in this lot.

Individual Game Handicap Parking

A limited number of free first-come first-serve handicap parking is available in the Alex Box lot and Champions lot. The first 20 vehicles that arrive to the Alex Box lot and the first 11 vehicles to the Champions lot will be allowed access with their state issued handicap license and/or hangtag.

Motor Home Parking

Motor Homes are encouraged to park in Lot D on the corner of Nicholson Drive and Skip Bertman Drive, across from the original Alex Box Stadium. Reserved motor home parking is not available for LSU baseball games. All motor home parking is on a firstcome, first-served basis.

DROP-OFF ZONE See information under Parking Policies about the drop-off zone available to all ticket holders.

Parking Policies DROP-OFF ZONE A drop-off zone is located on Gourrier Avenue in front of the stadium near Gate 2. Fans may be dropped at this location starting three hours prior to first pitch, but the driver may not leave the vehicle. The vehicle must depart immediately after the drop off. Picking up fans after the games will be limited until traffic clears all parking lots. NICHOLSON DRIVE / GOURRIER AVENUE PARKING Vehicles may not park on the shoulders of Nicholson Drive or Gourrier Avenue. Vehicles that park on Nicholson Drive or Gourrier Avenue will be towed. PARKING IN DESIGNATED AREAS Automobiles and motor homes may park only in designated areas. No parking is permitted on roots of trees.

NEUTRAL GROUNDS (MEDIAN) PARKING Parking of vehicles on the neutral ground (median) on Nicholson Drive is not permitted. SAVING SPACES Saving parking spaces for other motorists is not permitted in any lot. SHUTTLE FOR GENERAL PARKING LOTS Shuttles run during all home games. Shuttles begin running two hours prior to first pitch and end one hour after the end of each game. Pick-up locations: Parking Lot D on Skip Bertman Drive and Hayfield grass parking area on Gourrier Avenue. TRAVEL LANES Tailgating is not permitted in travel lanes on roads or parking lots. No tents or other items may be placed in travel lanes.

SPACES FOR VEHICLES ONLY Paid parking spaces are for vehicles only. The purchase and use of a parking pass for other reasons, such as port-o-lets, trailers, tents, chairs, etc., is not permitted. OPENING & CLOSING TIME FOR LOTS Parking for motor homes in Lot D is available after 5 p.m. on weekdays and on Fridays of home baseball games. Motor homes must vacate the LSU campus after weekday games and by 9 p.m. following Sunday games (time subject to change). EXHAUST EXTENSIONS All motor homes require exhaust extensions that reach the top of the motor home. For the safety of everyone, motor homes without an extension should not operate a generator.

Tents TENT SIZE LSU discourages the use of tents larger than 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122; by 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Tents may not be staked into the ground.

TENTS IN PARKING LOTS Fans using a tent or canopy over the tailgate of a vehicle must keep travel lanes open for vehicle traffic and may not take up space in other parking spaces. Tents may not be used to save parking spaces.

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TENTS ON SIDEWALKS Tents may not be set up on sidewalks or any area of regular flow of pedestrian traffic.


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Pregame Traffic Traffic Routes to Alex Box Stadium Following are the best traffic routes for motorists driving to Alex Box Stadium for LSU baseball games. To report traffic problems, call LSU Police at (225) 578-3231. LSU strongly encourages all fans to park in lots to the west of Nicholson Drive. LSU discourages parking to the east of Nicholson Drive which would require pedestrians to cross Nicholson Drive.

Approaching the Stadium FROM THE NORTH If approaching the stadium from the north, use either River Road or Nicholson Drive. From these routes, parking will be available west of the stadium in lots on Gourrier Avenue.

FROM THE EAST If approaching the stadium from east, use either College Drive, Acadian/Stanford exit, Highland Road or Burbank Drive and Nicholson Drive. Parking will be available west of the stadium in lots on Gourrier Avenue.

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FROM SOUTH If approaching the stadium from the south, use River Road, Nicholson Drive or Burbank to access the parking lots west of the stadium on Gourrier Avenue.


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Postgame Traffic Exiting the Stadium Important note: LSU uses a contra-flow system for cars exiting the lots on Gourrier Avenue after games. It is important for fans to follow the direction of police officers. Fans should not start the contraflow process without the instruction of police officers. LSU Police will solely determine when contra-flow begins and ends after games. CARS IN PAID LOTS ON GOURRIER AVENUE Paid lots: Alex Box Lot, Champions Lot, Bullpen Lot, Home Run Village All automobiles in paid parking lots around Alex Box Stadium will be directed east to Nicholson Drive. For these lots, both lanes of traffic on Gourrier Avenue will be directed one-way to Nicholson Drive. Cars in the left lane on Gourrier may turn left (north) onto Nicholson Drive toward downtown or proceed straight onto Burbank. Cars in the right lane will be required to turn right (south) onto Nicholson Drive toward Brightside Lane/Lee Drive. CARS IN FREE LOTS ON GOURRIER AVENUE All automobiles in free lots on Gourrier Avenue will be directed west to River Road. For these lots, both lanes of traffic on Gourrier Avenue will be directed one-way to River Road. Cars in the left lane on Gourrier will be required to turn left (south) onto River Road toward Brightside Lane. Cars in the right lane will be required to turn right (north) onto River Road toward Skip Bertman Drive and downtown. VEHICLES IN LOT D Vehicles in Lot D on the corner of Nicholson Drive and Skip Bertman Drive may turn left or right onto Skip Bertman Drive or right onto Nicholson Drive. < Refer to Post-Game Traffic Map for more details.

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2013 LSU Baseball Fan Guide  

The official fan guide of Alex Box Stadium and the LSU Baseball team for the 2013 season.