Memorial Stadium on the campus of Tarleton State University was completed in 1977. Recent renovations to the west stands has increased seating capacity to 7,000 spectators for athletic events. The concrete bleachers rest against a dirt berm on the east (home) side of the field with a center section featuring 750 seats with back rests forming a purple "T".

The lower level features a concession stand with restrooms, while the press box resides on the upper level. The press box is heated and air-conditioned and is more than 100 feet long. It includes ample working space for press, scouts, sideline communications, film crews, statisticians, public address announcer, scoreboard operators, home and visitor radio stations, and a VIP room.

Oscar Frazier Memorial Track, an eight-lane, all-weather track borders the artificial grass football field and is encircled by a chain link fence. The stadium is bordered east and west by hard-surfaced parking lots, north by the intramural complex, and south by the Physical Education Field Facility, completed in 1989. The stadium is easy to access from Business 377 (Washington Street) by turning at the Harbin Street intersection.


Memorial Stadium is located on the west edge of campus on Harbin Drive, two blocks north of West Washington Street.

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