Boise State University Pavilion
(Changed after 2003)
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Built in the spring of 1982 at a cost of $17.5 million, the BSU Pavilion seats 12,380 people for sporting events and 13,265 for concerts. The Pavilion has hosted first and second round games for the NCAA Men's Division I National Tournament on six different occasions (1983, 1989, 1992, 1995,1998 and 2001). From victories by top-ranked Virginia and Ralph Sampson, to UCLA and Tyus Edney's improbable 4.8 second coast-to-coast lay up to beat Missouri in 1995, to Hampton's shocking upset of second-seeded Iowa State in 2001, Boise has become one of the most popular and respected NCAA regional sites. BSU Pavilion has been selected to host first and second round games again in 2005.
1910 University Dr.
Boise, ID 83725