2010 NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament Round of 16
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South Carolina vs. Michigan
Sunday, Nov. 28 Columbia, S.C. 2 p.m. ET
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About Stone StadiumLocated in the heart of the South Carolina campus is the home field of the Gamecocks, Eugene E. Stone III Stadium, also known as "The Graveyard." The stadium, which debuted in 1996, was made possible by the $1 million gift given by the late Eugene E. Stone III. Stone, who passed away in 1997, was a Carolina graduate and Chairman of Stone Manufacturing Co. Inc., the parent company of UMBRO International. The surface of Stone Stadium was completely replaced during the summer of 2009. A state-of-the-art irrigation system was installed, along with new sod for the entire field surface. Stone Stadium's west side houses permanent stands that hold 4,000 fans. It is equipped with a 70' by 8' press box with a camera deck on top. The press box houses both the brand new scoreboard operating system and the public address system as well as room to comfortably seat members of the media.
TicketsPrice: $8 for adults; $5 for youth (17 and under)
South Carolina faculty, staff and students will be admitted for $5 with an updated and valid University of South Carolina ID card.
The entrance on the scoreboard side of Stone Stadium will not be open for the 2010 NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament due to construction in the area on the South Carolina Athletics Roost.
Ticket gates will open one hour prior to kick off (1 p.m.).
ParkingFans are encouraged to click on the link below for detailed parking information near Stone Stadium with the on-going construction in the area on the South Carolina Athletics Roost.
Parking will be allowed at FS8, AD6, AD9, FS7, M6, and the parking lot by the South Carolina softball fields
Please note, Heyward St. is currently closed from Marion St. to N. Sumter St.