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Account For Traffic & Parking Changes On Campus During Crazy Sports Weekend

Penn State Athletics is encouraging sports fans to leave extra time for parking when attending events this weekend. A whopping 16 Nittany Lion teams are playing at home beginning Friday at 4 p.m. Many lots are available for parking permit holders and those without permits to use for different events, including the Jordan East lot.

Here’s the parking guidelines for each event:

Friday, February 2:

Faculty, Staff and Students: Penn State parking permit holders will be able to park for free in the Jordan East and Stadium West lots, and East Parking Deck for events on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Fans with these permits can also park for free in the Nittany Parking Deck for events on Friday and Saturday.

Women’s Tennis vs. Columbia, Tennis Center (4 p.m.): Parking will be available in the Orange-C lot at the Hastings and McKean Road intersection or Eisenhower Parking Deck. Admission is free.

Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Senior Day vs. Villanova, Natatorium (5 p.m.): Parking will be available in the East Parking Deck for $1 per hour.

Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field hosting the Sykes-Sabock Challenge Cup, Multi-Sport Facility (5 p.m.): Parking will be available in the Jordan East lot. Fans should identify themselves as track and field fans to the parking attendant.

Men’s Ice Hockey vs. Notre Dame, Pegula Ice Arena (6:30 p.m.): Parking will be available in the Jordan East and Stadium West lots with a $5 fee for non-parking permit holders. Lots immediately surrounding the venue are held for working and premium parking permit holders.

Men’s Volleyball vs. Ball State, Rec Hall (7 p.m.): Parking will be available in the Nittany Parking Deck or parking lot Red-A. Nittany Deck parking is free of charge beginning an hour and a half prior through one hour after of the match. Fans must pay $1/hour for any time in the deck around this time block on Friday.

Saturday, February 3:

Penn State will host nine events on Saturday, six of which are on the East side of campus. Athletics is suspecting heavier traffic around 4 p.m. leading up to men’s ice hockey, so ticket holders should arrive early and prepare to wait. Additionally, fans attending men’s basketball may have to walk further than usual.

Softball Community Day, Holuba Hall (9 a.m.): Parking will be available in the Orange-C lot at the Hastings and McKean Road intersection or Eisenhower Parking Deck.

Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field hosting the Sykes-Sabock Challenge Cup, Multi-Sport Facility (11 a.m.): Parking will be available in the Jordan East lot.

Men’s Tennis vs. Buffalo (12 p.m.) and Temple (4 p.m.), Tennis Center: Parking will be available in the Orange-C lot at the Hastings and McKean Road intersection or Eisenhower Parking Deck.  Tennis fans should be prepared that traffic in this area will be heavy for the 4 p.m. match with Penn State men’s hockey starting at the same time.

Men’s Lacrosse vs. Villanova, Holuba Hall (1 p.m.): Parking will be available in the Stadium West and Jordan East lots or in the Orange-C lot at the Hastings and McKean Road intersection.

Men’s Ice Hockey vs. Notre Dame, Pegula Ice Arena (4 p.m.): Parking will be available in the Jordan East and Stadium West lots with a $5 fee for non-parking permit holders. Lots immediately surrounding the venue are held for working and premium parking permit holders.

Men’s Volleyball vs. IPFW, Rec Hall South Gym (4 p.m.): Men’s Volleyball fans will have free parking in the Nittany Parking Deck, as well as in the Red A lots off North Atherton Street at White Course Drive. The gates will be open at both the entrance and the exit to the Deck on Saturday night.

Men’s Basketball vs. Iowa, Bryce Jordan Center (6 p.m.): Parking will be available in the Jordan East and Stadium West lots with a $5 fee for non-parking permit holders. Lots immediately surrounding the venue are held for working and premium parking permit holders. The BJC ticket office will open at 5 p.m. Saturday to facilitate ticket sales for the Men’s basketball Alumni Weekend contest.

Wrestling vs. Ohio State, Rec Hall (8 p.m.): Wrestling fans will have free parking in the Nittany Parking Deck, as well as in the Red A lots off North Atherton Street at White Course Drive. The gates will be open at both the entrance and the exit to the Deck on this Saturday night.

Sunday, February 4:

 Women’s Tennis vs. James Madison, Tennis Center (noon): Parking will be available in the Orange-F lot just South of the Tennis Center.

Women’s Basketball vs. Michigan State, Bryce Jordan Center (2 p.m.): Parking will be available in the Jordan East and Stadium West lots with a $5 fee for non-parking permit holders. Lots immediately surrounding the venue are held for working and premium parking permit holders.

If you’re not familiar with the layout of all the parking lots on campus, here’s a map of this weekend’s events:

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