Robert "Pete" Griffin Track
Built in 1980, the eight-lane facility has served as host of the annual FAMU Relays since its construction. For several years, it was the host site for the MEAC Outdoor Track Championships. It also plays host to local and regional high school championships as well as intramural events.
The modern track and field complex replaced the old clay track that used to reside at Bragg Memorial Stadium. It was replaced because the clay surface would often rain out. When the stadium was renovated in 1980, the track was removed.
In addition to the all-weather Ruba-Turf running surface, the facility also features grandstands for up to 5,000 fans and participants,a fieldhouse/storage area with restrooms and upper level press box. The facility has pole vault pits as well as sun-sensor lighting for night use.