Disability Seating & Services at Athletics Events
The University of Nevada is deeply committed to providing all of the accommodations necessary to ensure that our fans with disabilities can enjoy Wolf Pack Athletics. We are constantly exploring ways to improve accessibility in all of our venues, and we hope that our efforts make your experience a positive and enjoyable one.
To purchase tickets in the disabled seating areas at our athletics venues, please visit or call the Wolf Pack Ticket Office at Legacy Hall at 775-348-PACK (7225) and select option #2.
If you need any assistance at any time during a game, please contact an events staff member, usher or athletics department personnel.
Basketball - Lawlor Events Center
Throughout the life of the arena, the university has been taking steps to upgrade the facility in ways that increase its usefulness, including improving access to the facility, parking and the usability of the restrooms and concessions as well as significantly increasing the number of seats available for our fans with disabilities and guests within the limitations.
Seating Options Available at Lawlor Events Center:
1. Wheelchair/Scooter Seating - There are 18 wheelchair sections on the concourse level at Lawlor. Each section has two wheelchair/scooter positions and two companion seats. These seats are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis to patrons.
2. Wheelchair and Scooter Seating at Court Level - Providing court level seating for our fans with wheelchairs or scooters has proven to be one of our greatest challenges due to existing physical limitations. Currently, there are no accessible seats courtside. Seating opportunities at the ends of the court are also limited. There are five spaces for wheelchair and scooter patrons located in front of the Nevada student section. Fans choosing these seats should be prepared for the enthusiasm of the students sitting behind them.
Parking for disabled patrons is available in the West Stadium Parking Complex on the first floor and within close proximity to the elevators on the remaining five floors of the garage.
Football - Mackay Stadium
Fans requiring special assistance are urged to make ticketing arrangements with the Wolf Pack Ticket Office well in advance of home football games.
Reserved seating for wheelchair patrons is located on the West Concourse of Mackay Stadium. Reserved seating for patrons with other mobility impairment is located in Section G on the west side of Mackay Stadium. General admission seating for disabled patrons is located in the South End Zone. Disabled student seating is located in the Student Section (North End Zone and Section H). One companion seat is available for purchase for each disabled seat.
Accessible restroom facilities are located in all of the permanent restroom facilities in Mackay Stadium as well as on the West Concourse.
Parking for disabled patrons is available in the West Stadium Parking Complex on the first floor and within close proximity to the elevators on the remaining five floors of the garage. These locations are all very close to the disabled seating areas on the West Concourse and in the South End Zone of Mackay Stadium.
Sodexo has special concessions areas and dedicated wait staff to service disabled patrons at both the north and south ends of Mackay Stadium. Dedicated areas in the concession stands on the southeast and southwest corners are also available. Please look for the signage to identify these locations.
Fans with any questions or concerns should contact Senior Associate Athletics Director Keith Hackett at 775-784-6900 or Lawlor Events Center Director Ann Larson at 775-784-4659.
MOMENT OF THE SEASON
2016-17 Moment of the Season
Women's SoftballThe Nevada softball team qualified for the Postseason NISC
Tournament, marking the first time since the 2009 season the Wolf
Pack has received a postseason berth. In its opening round game against UCSB, Nevada found itself down five runs before storming
back and winning the game in the bottom of the seventh with a
walk-off home run. The next day, the Pack climbed out of another
five-run deficit to defeat Pacific and advance to the regional championship game.
- ATHLETE OF THE MONTH