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Facilities & Directions
Strahan Coliseum, an $8.8 million, 7,200-seat facility was completed for use in 1982 for both the men's and women's basketball teams, as well as the volleyball team.
Construction on Strahan Coliseum started in November 1979. The Coliseum is located adjacent to Jowers Center, which originally housed the Texas State athletic administrative offices. The $4.7-million newly renovated Jowers Center houses coach's offices and locker rooms for baseball, softball, men's and women's golf, soccer and tennis. Additionally, the facility has racquetball and handball courts, a gymnastics competition area, two full size practices courts, weight rooms, training rooms, a student lounge, and laundry and equipment facilities.
Renovations for men's and women's basketball, volleyball, team meeting areas, locker rooms and video facilities were completed in 2002 as part of Phase I of the Bobcat Legacy Campaign. A spacious reception area, sparkling coaches offices, a fully functional conference room with proper video equipment, renovated locker rooms, and a student-athlete study area/lounge highlight the renovations. Many of these renovations came at the hand of contributions from Bobcat donors.
Directions to Strahan Coliseum
From I-35 North (Austin)
Take I-35 South toward San Marcos, TX. Exit Aquarena Springs Drive (Exit 206) and take right. Turn left on Charles Austin Drive. Strahan Coliseum will be immediately to your right.
From I-35 South (San Antonio)
Take I-35 North toward San Marcos, TX. Exit Aquarena Springs Drive (Exit 206) and take left. Turn left on Charles Austin Drive. Strahan Coliseum will be immediately to your right.
From I-10 West (Houston)
Take I-10 West toward San Antonio. Exit Luling(US-90)/Lockhart (Exit 632) and take a right on US-183 N. Turn right on Magnolia Ave. Turn left on TX-80. Continue on Hopkins (RR-12) and go under I-35. Turn right on Charles Austin Drive. Strahan Coliseum will be to your left and parking in the Strahan Parking lot will be to your right.
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