Track Facilities


Square Footage: 106,000 feet
Highest Point: 93 Feet
Depth of building: 222 feet
Width of building: 422 feet
Indoor Surface: FieldTurf

Other Features: One of the largest indoor facilities in the nation. Four video platforms 40 feet above playing surface, south side golf hitting area, Putting/Short game area.


Completed in December 2003, the 126,300 square-foot Student Athlete Building (SAB) is home to the BYU Athletic Department. This state-of-the art facility is also home to Legacy Hall - a three-story museum/hall of fame celebrating more than 100 years of BYU Athletics. The SAB houses the student-athlete academic center, a two-story strength and conditioning center, training facilities, an equipment room, conference rooms, offices for the football coaches and men's and women's athletic administration offices, the Cougar Club, the football locker room and meeting rooms for the team. Legends Grille restaurant and Legacy Hall are areas where fans as well as athletes can congregate.

Training Facilities:
Sponsored by Dynatronics, this area features a rehabilitation room and a hydro area with a cold pool, a hot tub with power jets, a treadmill pool with two cameras and a doctor's office. Trainers provide electrical stimulation and ultrasound treatments as well as bikes, treadmills and Cybex machines.
The weight room is two stories and has windows built all around to provide a view of the practice field. The locker room, patterned after the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles, is 75 yards long. There is a rehabilitation room, and three whirlpools adorn the complex. There is a special locker room for former BYU players who want to train in Provo during the offseason and a special office for professional scouts.
In Legends Grille, BYU's sports-themed restaurant, fans, coaches and athletes can view 11 plasma TV screens, a ticker tape with world-wide sports scores and specialty events on a projection screen while grabbing a tasty bite to eat.


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