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Directions to WWU
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Driving north on I-5, take the Lakeway Drive exit (exit 253). At the end of the off ramp, go straight (east) at the stop sign and continue going straight until you enter the Civic Stadium parking lot.
Directions to Civic Stadium
Driving south on I-5, take the Lakeway Drive exit (exit 253). Turn left at the stop light onto Lakeway Drive. Follow Lakeway through two stop lights to Orleans St and take a left. (Orleans St. is right before lighted crosswalk.) Civic Stadium will be on your right.
For Directions to Whatcom CC's Orca Field, Home of Western Washington Soccer click here.
Directions to Orca Field
to other GNAC schools:
of Alaska Anchorage
From Anchorage International Airport Take International Airport Road to Old Seward Highway. Turn left onto Old Seaward. Turn right onto 36th Avenue, and continue down 36th (turns into Providence Drive as you cross Lake Otis Parkway). Now on the UAA campus, take the second left after Lake Otis and proceed to the Sports Center.
University of Alaska Fairbanks
From Fairbanks International Airport Depart the airport eastbound on Airport Way. Turn left at University Avenue light (approximately one mile east from airport) and proceed northbound on University Avenue. Turn left at Geist Road, then right onto Fairbanks Street. Continue north until the stop sign and turn left. Patty Center is located on the right.
Central Washington University
From Seattle From Sea-Tac airport, follow signs to I-405 (Renton-Bellevue). Take I-405 north 11 miles to I-90. Travel east on I-90 approximately 100 miles to first Ellensburg exit. Follow exit road, which becomes Eighth Avenue, two miles to corner of Eighth and Main. Go two more blocks to next stop light and turn left onto "A" Street. Go six blocks and turn right on 14th. Follow 14th until you see Nicholson Pavilion on your left. From the East Take first Ellensburg exit. Turn right onto Main Street. Follow Main (it becomes "A" Street at 8th) until you reach 14th. Turn right and follow 14th until you see Nicholson Pavilion on your left.
Montana State University Billings
Northwest Nazarene University
From Boise Airport Take I-84 west to exit 38. Turn left at the off-ramp signal onto Garrity. Follow Garrity and at the railroad overpass turn left into Lakeview Park onto 16th Avenue. Follow 16th through two signals and two for-way stops. Second four-way stop is after curve onto Holly Street. Follow Holly Street to North Gate entrance to NNU. Turn right onto Sheridan. Follow Sheridan to Locust, turning left onto Locust to gym and parking lot.
Saint Martin's University
From Sea-Tac Airport Follow I-5 south and take exit 106, turning right onto Martin Way. Take Martin Way one block and turn left onto College Street, following it to the third stop light. Turn left onto Pacific Avenue and at the next light turn left into the Pavilion.
Seattle Pacific University
From Sea-Tac Airport Take Interstate 5 north, exiting at Northeast 50th Street (also Market Seattle Pacific). Turn left at 50th Street and proceed south for about two miles. Turn left onto Fremont Avenue and proceed south for about two miles. Turn right immediately after crossing the Fremont Bridge. Take the next right, turn onto Nickerson Street. Brougham Pavilion is ¾ of a mile west, at the intersection of Nickerson and Third Avenue West.
Western Oregon University
From Portland International Airport Get on I-205 south from Salem. Travel about 24 miles before I-205 runs into I-5 and continue on I-5 south. Follow just past the Volcanoes Stadium on the north end of Salem and take the Salem parkway exit (260A). Follow through the outskirts of Salem until you arrive downtown and 22 west. Stay on 22 west approximately 12 miles. Then take 99 south for six miles into Monmouth. Turn right on Jackson and drive about a dozen blocks past MacArthur Field on your right to Stadium Drive. Turn right on Stadium Drive. Park in lot behind the football stadium, the New P.E. Building will be in front of you on Church Street.
Western Washington University
From Sea-Tac Airport Western Washington University is located approximately two hours north of Sea-Tac Airport. Take I-5 north to Bellingham. Exit at Samish Way (also marked Western Washington University). Turn left and continue to Samish Way Drive (first stoplight). Turn left and proceed across overpass to Bill McDonald Parkway. Turn left and proceed past Sehome High School to South College Drive. Turn right and continue to gravel parking lots. Team parking only: Turn left and in approximately one block take first right. Follow road until it ends in a small parking lot. Sam Carver Gymnasium is the building over to the north.
of Alaska Anchorage
State Dominguez Hills
San Francisco State
The university is accessible from the 91, 405, 110 freeways. From the 91: Exit Wilmington, proceed south on Wilmington. Travel west on University Drive to the campus entrance on the right side. From the 110: Exit Main Street and proceed north to Victoria Street. Head east on Victoria to Avalon, head south on Avalon to University Drive. Head east on University Drive to the campus entrance on the left. From the 405: Exit Avalon (north) and proceed north on Avalon to University Drive. Head east on University Drive to the campus entrance on your left.
Cal State L.A.
From northern California: Take Interstate 5, Highway 99 or Highway 101 south. Take Interstate 10 east and exit at Eastern. Turn left on Eastern and proceed to the campus. From Los Angeles International Airport: Take Century Boulevard east to Interstate 405 or Interstate 110. Take 405 or the 110 north to Interstate 10 east. Proceed on I-10 east and exit at Eastern. Left on Eastern and proceed into the campus. From southern California: Take Interstate 5 north to Interstate 710 north. Exit at Ramona. At the off-ramp stop sign, turn left. Turn left again at the first traffic signal. Turn right on Campus Road and proceed into the campus. From the Inland Empire (including Ontario Airport): Take Interstate 10 west and exit at Eastern. Turn right on Eastern and proceed into the campus.
Cal State, San Bernardino
From Interstate 215 north, turn right (east) on University Parkway. From Interstate 215 south, turn left (east) under the on University Parkway. Turn right onto Northpark Boulevard at the fifth traffic signal. Go one-half mile to Coyote Drive on the left. Park in Lot G only in non-faculty/staff slots.
Cal State Stanislaus
Cal State Stanislaus is located 100 miles southeast of San Francisco and midway between Sacramento and Fresno in California's Central Valley. Traveling from the north: Take Highway 99 south to Monte Vista Avenue. Proceed east on Monte Vista for two miles. Cal State Stanislaus is on the left. To get to the athletic facilities, continue on Monte Vista and turn left at Geer Road. Take a left at the first entry. Traveling from the south: Take Highway 99 north to Monte Vista Avenue. Proceed east on Monte Vista for two miles. Cal State Stanislaus is on the left. To get to the athletic facilities, continue on Monte Vista and turn left at Geer Road. Take a left at the first entry.
By Air: Chico Municipal Airport is located seven miles north of campus and is serviced by United Airlines (800-241-6522). Rental cars are available through Avis and Budget. From the south: Highway 99 runs east of the university. Take the East First Avenue exit and proceed west. Turn left at the third traffic signal onto Esplanade. Take the first right onto W. Sacramento Street and continue to the traffic signal. Turn left onto Warner Street. All facilities are one-quarter mile ahead on the right.
Humboldt State University
From Arcata/Eureka Airport Head west on Airport Road to U.S. Hwy 101. Proceed south on Hwy 101 for approximately 7 miles to Sunset Avenue and exit. After exiting, head east on Sunset Avenue and turn right onto L.K. Wood Avenue, proceeding south along the west boarder of campus until reaching 14 Street. Make a left turn onto 14th Street, proceeding east approximately three blocks to Union Street. Then turn left on Union Street, proceeding north four blocks. Union Street dead-ends at Forebex Complex athletics facilities.
From the north - Take Highway 101 south across the Golden Gate Bridge. Take 19th Avenue/Highway 1 Exit. Follow 19th Avenue to campus at Holloway Avenue. From the south - Take Interstate 280 north. Exit at 19th Avenue. Take Junipero Serra Boulevard to Holloway Avenue and turn left on Holloway to the campus at 19th Avenue. From the east - Take Interstate 80 across the Bay Bridge to Highway 101 south. Take Highway 101 to Interstate 280/Daly City. Proceed on Interstate 280 south and exit at Mission Street/Daly City (the second Mission Street exit). Turn right on Sagamore Street and bear right to Brotherhood Way at the "Y" fork. Take a right at Junipero Serra Boulevard and proceed north to Holloway Avenue. Turn left onto Holloway to campus at 19th Avenue.
From Highway 101, exit on the Rohnert Park Expressway and proceed east. Continue until the Expressway dead ends (approximately three miles). Turn right onto Petaluma Hill Road. Continue approximately one-quarter mile to Laurel Avenue (back entrance into the campus) to the athletic facilities.
State Dominguez Hills
San Francisco State
San Francisco State
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