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Mammoth Sports Construction named official turf and construction provider of the Lone Star Conference

Rachel Harden

Rachel Harden

Director of Public Relations


The Lone Star Conference and Mammoth Sports Construction have announced a multi-year partnership, making Mammoth the official turf and sports construction provider of the LSC.


As part of the partnership, Mammoth will be an official sponsor of all LSC Championship events and an official corporate partner.


"We're thrilled to align with Mammoth Sports Construction as the official turf and sports construction partner of the Lone Star Conference," said LSC Commissioner Jay Poerner. " Partnering with an industry leader like Mammoth will ensure our membership stays at the forefront of athletic facilities development.”


Mammoth Sports Construction is a full-service, design-build sports construction partner providing services ranging from master planning to general construction. Based in Meridan, Kansas, the company has long been a leader in providing safe, high-quality field surfaces, having completed over 350 projects at the highest level of sport across the United States.


"Our motto at Mammoth is do something big," said Mammoth Sports Construction President Jake Farrant. "So we're proud to sponsor the student-athletes of the Lone Star Conference who've been doing big things in athletics since 1931."


Mammoth Sports Construction has built fields and facilities for teams in the NFL, Big 10, SEC, Big 12, MIAA, NSIC, NAIA, GLVC, KCAC, Heart of America, and Gulf South conferences, along with thousands of high schools. It also offers golf course construction, concrete products and supply, general construction, architecture and engineering design, and creative services. It is based in Meriden, Kansas, and has an office in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Learn more at


The Lone Star Conference, one of the largest intercollegiate athletics conferences in NCAA Division II with 18 member institutions, is an innovative athletics conference that aims to provide a superior competitive experience for member institutions and allow for the comprehensive development of student-athletes through academic services and life skills programming. Founded on April 25, 1931, the LSC started as a five-member conference of Texas-based schools and is now an 18-member league with 13 members in Texas, two in Oklahoma, two in New Mexico, and one in Arkansas. The LSC conducts conference championships in 18 sports (nine men and nine women).

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