Possession and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited. Possession and/or consumption of alcohol can contribute to unruly or dangerous behavior. Violators will be removed from the facility.
Service animals or those in training for guests with disabilities are allowed in the facility. All other animals are prohibited.
Hand held banners are permitted if they are in good taste, contain no profanity or derogatory statements, and do not block the view of other patrons.
Glass and metal beverage containers are prohibited. This rule does not apply to personal canteens or thermos bottles, which are one liter or less in size. Beverage containers (especially glass and metal) can: hide and store alcohol, shatter or break (which can result in sharp edges and/or pieces), or become dangerous projectiles, threatening the safety of spectators, participants and officials.
In 1927, Governor Roland Hartley presented a cougar cub to the students of Washington State. This first cougar mascot was named Butch in honor of Herbert "Butch" Meeker of Spokane, who was WSU's gridiron football star at the time.
Governor Clarence D. Martin presented Butch II to the student body in 1938. Butch III and IV were twin cubs presented by Governor Arthur B. Langlie in January 1942. Governor Langlie also presented Butch V in 1955. Butch VI, the last live mascot on campus, died in the summer of 1978.
Mascot Purpose: Washington State University mascot, Butch, is a widely recognized symbol of the university. Appearances by Butch, not only at athletic events but also at other functions related to the university and its constituent groups, are a source of pride for members of the cougar family and a means of promoting the university.
For more information please visit Butch T. Cougar's Website.
Videotaping equipment is not allowed in the stadium without written permission from the WSU Athletic Department. To obtain permission, patrons should call the Athletic Department 509/335-5109.
Hand held photography cameras for personal use are allowed at all WSU athletic facilities. At indoor facilities, the flash must be turned off.
It is the goal of the WSU Public Safety Department and Athletics Event Management to provide a safe, enjoyable, and positive environment for all participants and fans. Safety and security policies have been established to benefit everyone at Mooberry Track or the Indoor Practice Facility. Please help us maintain a FUN and SAFE environment for athletes, students, families, and all patrons by complying with all facility policies. WSU, along with the NCAA and Pac-12 Conference, has assigned a high priority to assuring athletic events are conducted in a safe and enjoyable atmosphere that promotes good sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches, and spectators. We request your cooperation by supporting the participants and officials in a positive manner. Profanity, racial, sexist, or other abusive comments or actions directed at officials, student-athletes, coaches, team representatives, or other patrons will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the site of competition.
► Athletics General Line/Tickets - 1-800 GO COUGS
► Beasley Coliseum - 509-335-3525
► Cougar Athletic Fund - 1-800 IMA COUG
► Event Management - 509-335-5109
► Facilities - 509-335-6216
Visit the WSU Cross Country home page here.
Disabled patrons with proper vehicle identification may park on a space available basis in the Yellow 1 Beasley Coliseum South lot, the Green 1 lot to the west of Moobery Track, or in the Gray 1 lot across the street.
Get directions to campus events here.
Evacuation routes will be determined by Public Safety Personnel (Police, Fire, and Event Management). Please remain calm and follow the directions of the Public Address Announcer and the nearest Event Management personnel.
For any emergency occurring on campus, dial 911 for ambulance, police or fire service. If you are calling from a non-campus phone, dial 509/335-0911.
Listen to and learn the WSU Fight Song here.
Please contact the nearest Event Staff member for first aid assistance.
Gates open to the public 1 hour prior to the start of the meet.
Indoor Practice Facility
The Cougars train and compete during the winter inside the Indoor Practice Facility (IPF). The IPF, completed in 2002, features a 200 meter track, with a state-of-the-art Mondo 14mm Super X surface, and a 60 meter straightaway for sprints down the center. Indoor field events include the long jump, triple jump, high jump, pole vault, shot put, and weight throw.
Lost and Found may be turned in or claimed at the Officials' Check-In area. You may also call 509-335-0392 to claim items after the completion of the meet.
The Mooberry Track and Field Complex was renovated during the Summer of 2012. Improvements include a new track surface and new infield.
Artificial noisemaking devices are prohibited. In addition to confiscation, violators may be subject to university disciplinary action (if applicable) and to removal from the event site.
Volunteer track officials have played a major role in supporting WSU Track & Field through their many years of expertise and dedication. For their hard work, they are provided with complimentary food and beverages in addition to various clothing items. If you are interested in assisting in any aspect of WSU Track meets, please call 509-335-5109.
Paid general parking is available in the Yellow 1 Beasley Coliseum South lot. Permit or payment is required during posted times. Permits are not required in the Yellow 1 Beasley Coliseum parking lot beginning at 5:00 p.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends. General parking is available in the Library garage for $2.00 per hour during the week day, $3.00 all night after 5 p.m. and $3.00 all day on the weekends. Paid general parking, up to two hours at a time, is also available at parking meters located in the vicinity of Bohler Gym. Payment of the meters is required during the event.
For more parking information please visit WSU's Athletic Event Parking Website.
For Pullman Transit information please visit Pullman Transit's Website.
The following policies have been developed with spectator and participant safety in mind. Failure to abide by the following policies may result in ejection and/or legal proceedings.
► Non-service animals
► Glass or metal containers. This rule does not apply to personal canteens or thermos bottles, which are one liter in size or less.
► Bota bags
► Artificial noisemakers (horns, whistles, etc.)
► Tobacco products. Smoking is not allowed in Hollingbery Fieldhouse.
► Camcorders without written permission from WSU Athletics (to obtain permission please call 509/335-0392)
Our staff will proactively intervene to support an environment where guests can enjoy the Cougar Tennis experience free from unacceptable behavior, including the following:
► No Smoking in Hollingbery Fieldhouse
► No Throwing of Objects
► No unruly or disruptive behavior
► No Foul/abusive language or obscene gestures
► Intoxication or other signs of impairment related to alcohol consumption
Any guest not adhering to the above code or behaving in an unruly manner will be removed from the facility. Event management staff reserves the right to determine what unruly or unacceptable behavior is.
If anyone is interfering with your enjoyment of our event, please contact the nearest Event Staff member for assistance.
Men's and women's restrooms are located just outside of the IPF and can be accessed by exiting the IPF through the NE door.
Men's and women's restrooms are located on the north side of the concessions building. Portable restrooms are also located along the west side of the track.
View the WSU Track & Field schedule here.
No smoking is allowed inside the IPF or within 25 feet of Mooberry Track.
Admission is not charged at WSU track and field home meets.
Visit the WSU Track & Field home page here.