This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, features an Oklahoma State Cowboys football game at Boone Pickens Stadium. Athletic Field opened in 1913 and was later named Lewis Field. In 2003, the stadium was renamed Boone Pickens Stadium after OSU alum and legendary oilman, Boone Pickens. In 2006, he made the largest single donation for athletics to an institution of higher education in U.S. history, totaling $165 million. In 2009, renovations to the spectacular 60,000-seat stadium will be complete. Cowboys football has 10 conference championships and 18 bowl game appearances. The University, founded in 1890 in Stillwater, Oklahoma, has a student enrollment of over 23,800.