Bring your own beer to Eck Stadium? Not anymore, Wichita State says

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Bring your own beer to Eck Stadium? Not anymore, Wichita State says

A student enjoys a beer in the Rhatigan Student Center on Feb. 13, 2019. Beer and other adult beverages are available for purchase at Charles Koch Arena, Wilkins Stadium, and Eck Stadium but outside beverages will not be allowed.

A student enjoys a beer in the Rhatigan Student Center on Feb. 13, 2019. Beer and other adult beverages are available for purchase at Charles Koch Arena, Wilkins Stadium, and Eck Stadium but outside beverages will not be allowed.

Joseph Barringhaus

A student enjoys a beer in the Rhatigan Student Center on Feb. 13, 2019. Beer and other adult beverages are available for purchase at Charles Koch Arena, Wilkins Stadium, and Eck Stadium but outside beverages will not be allowed.

Joseph Barringhaus

Joseph Barringhaus

A student enjoys a beer in the Rhatigan Student Center on Feb. 13, 2019. Beer and other adult beverages are available for purchase at Charles Koch Arena, Wilkins Stadium, and Eck Stadium but outside beverages will not be allowed.

Fans can no longer bring their own beer to Wichita State baseball games.

The rule change comes as Wichita State updated its state liquor license. Spectators were previously permitted to bring in coolers “of reasonable size” into the outfield grounds.

WSU plans to inform fans of the change closer to its home-opener on March 1.

The facility will continue the sale of beer at its concession stands.

WSU has 28 home games this season.