Maps to Centenary & Visiting Team Information
Centenary is located in Northwest Louisiana, known as the Ark-La-Tex. Centenary's campus is approximately 190 miles east of Dallas, 200 miles southwest of Little Rock, and 300 miles northwest of New Orleans. Exit I-20 or I-49 to Kings Hwy. Main entrance sits at 2911 Centenary Blvd. Shreveport, La. 71104.
Shreveport-Bossier is the third-largest city in the state of Louisiana with an approximate population of 400,000. Located in Caddo Parish, Shreveport-Bossier extends along the Red River. It is known as the commercial and cultural center of the Ark-La-Tex, where Arkansas, Texas and Louisiana all meet. Most recently, Shreveport-Bossier is noted for its popularity amongst the film industry as it ranks third behind California and New York and is referred to as the "Hollywood of the South." Shreveport hosts the annual Independence Bowl for college football. It is also known for its visual and performing arts, hosting several top performing artists at the CenturyLink Center. Over the last several years, visitors have flocked to the Louisiana Boardwalk, located in Bossier.
STAYING IN SHREVEPORT-BOSSIER
Shreveport-Bossier offers a number of first-rate accommodations for visiting teams and fans. A complete list of hotels/motels can be found HERE.
VISITING TEAM INFORMATION
Centenary is pleased to welcome administrators, coaches, student-athletes, and fans from visiting teams to our campus and the City of Shreveport-Bossier. As you plan your travel to the Ark-La-Tex, please feel free to contact any member of our staff for assistance with both routine and special needs. The Centenary community is committed to making your visit with us an enjoyable one.
Athletic Training - Centenary Athletic training facilities are located on the first floor of the Gold Dome. To arrange for treatments, contact the athletic training staff at (318) 869.5093. Ice and water will be provided to visiting teams and emergency equipment is available as needed. See the Athletic Training Page for more information.
Contacts - Please see the staff directory for contact information for Centenary Staff. Other important phone numbers are located at the bottom of this page.
Dressing Facilities - Upon your arrival at Centenary, the game administrator will direct you to the appropriate locker room facility. Unless otherwise notified, your locker room will be locked when you are not in the room. Keys will not be provided.
Game Film - Centenary will video all home contests in basketball and volleyball and provide visiting teams with a copy immediately following the contest (when mandated by conference rules). In all other cases, copies of game video may be obtained by contacting the appropriate head coach. Should your team choose to film the game, please contact the appropriate head coach to make arrangements for space prior to your arrival.
Media - Credentialed media representatives from legitimate and certified media organizations (as determined by Centenary) will be admitted to all Centenary athletic events, pursuant to the guidelines established by the Centenary Sports Information Office and External Relations. Visiting radio and media representatives will be seated on press row provided space is available. If there is limited space, priority is given to outlets that cover Centenary on a regular basis. Please see the Sports Information Page for interview policies.
Parking (see Campus Map) - Parking for the Gold Dome, Shehee Stadium, Mayo Field, Centenary Softball Complex, and the Centenary Tennis Complex are all located in three adjoining lots. Curb-side parking is also available as well as handicapped parking.
Pass List - Centenary will utilize the official Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference policies on complimentary admissions. The official pass list should be submitted to the game administrator upon your arrival at the site of competition.
Practice Times - To schedule facility use for practice time in advance of your event (when facilities are available and conference rules permit), contact the appropriate head coach.
Professional Scouts - All professional scouts must contact Sports Information Coordinator Fletcher Jonson for appropriate credentials.
Spectator Conduct - Centenary game administration and Campus Police will enforce a strict no-tolerance policy towards unsporting behavior by spectators. Abusive language and disorderly conduct are unacceptable and unwelcome at all times on Centenary's campus.
|Centenary Athletics Office||(318) 869.5067|
|Centenary Campus Police||(318) 869.5000|
|City of Shreveport Police||(318) 673.7300|
|Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office||(318) 681.0611|