DURHAM, N.C. – On Friday, May 12th and Saturday, May 13th, Duke University will host the NCAA Women's Tennis Championship First & Second Rounds in Ambler Tennis Stadium. In Friday's First Round matches, Tennessee will face Winthrop at 1:00 PM and Duke will face Boston University at 4:00 PM. Teams advancing to Saturday's Second Round will play at 4:00 PM. Duke Baseball will host Georgia Tech in the final home ACC series of the season on Friday, May 12th at 6:00 PM, Saturday, May 13th at 1:00 PM, and Sunday, May 14th at 1:00 PM.
Fans traveling to campus for these events should be aware of the following parking and traffic alerts. Please review the information below and leave extra time in your travels to ensure that you arrive at the parking area and stadium at your desired time. A parking lots map is located in the “Related Links” accompanying this alert. Turn-by-turn directions can be generated from your starting location using the links below for each lot name. For updates on parking and traffic around campus on match days, please follow @Duke_GAMEDAY on Twitter.
Expect Heavy Traffic On Campus Due to Duke University Commencement – Fans traveling to campus for NCAA Championship events should be aware that these events coincide with Duke University Commencement Weekend activities. As a result, traffic will be very heavy on campus and on neighboring roads. Please refer to the provided driving directions for recommended ingress routes to the parking areas for each event. Please follow the directions of traffic staffing posted around campus at all times. In the event that parking lots reach capacity, parking lot attendants and traffic staffing will direct fans to the next closest available parking lot.
NCAA WOMEN'S TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP PARKING INFORMATION
General Public Parking for NCAA Women's Tennis Championship – General Public parking for NCAA Women's Tennis Championship matches will be located in the Blue Zone Lots on Wannamaker Drive off of Duke University Road (GPS Address: 2300 Duke University Road). There is no charge to park. For Friday's First Round matches, the Blue Zone Lots will open at 11:00 AM. For Saturday's Second Round match, the Blue Zone Lots will open at 2:00 PM.
Accessible Parking for NCAA Women's Tennis Championship – Accessible parking for persons with disabilities for NCAA Women's Tennis Championship matches will be located in the Card Lot on Towerview Road (GPS Address: 320 Towerview Road). There is no charge to park. For Friday's First Round matches, the Card Lot will open at 11:00 AM. For Saturday's Second Round match, the Card Lot will open at 2:00 PM. An accessible drop-off/pick-up point is available in the Card Lot located immediately outside the general public entrance to Ambler Tennis Stadium. Please speak to the parking lot attendant for access for accessible parking or drop-off/pick-up.
DUKE BASEBALL PARKING INFORMATION
General Public Parking for Baseball – Guests attending the Duke Baseball series can find general public parking in the Science Drive Garage (GPS address: 3054 Cameron Blvd.). There is no charge to park. All entry/exit for Science Drive Garage is located at the main entrance on NC 751/Cameron Blvd. between Erwin Road and Science Drive. There is NO TAILGATING inside Science Drive Garage – this policy will be strictly enforced on game day. For Friday's game, Science Drive Garage will open at 4:00 PM. For Saturday & Sunday's games, Science Drive Garage will open at 11:00 AM.
Accessible Parking for Baseball – Guests attending the Duke Baseball series can find accessible parking in the Whitford Lot located on Whitford Drive (GPS address: 110 Whitford Drive). There is no charge to park. For Friday's game, the Whitford Lot will open at 4:00 PM. For Saturday & Sunday's game, the Whitford Lot will open at 11:00 AM. An accessible drop-off and pick-up point for Jack Coombs Field is available inside the Whitford Lot. Please speak to the parking lot attendant for lot access.
For All Duke Baseball Game Day Information – please visit www.goduke.com and review the 2017 Duke Baseball A-Z Guide for Jack Coombs Field.