The Lowdon Track and Field Complex was selected as the "Outstanding Track Complex" by the United States Tennis Court and Track Builders Association in 2000. Located on the southwest corner of the TCU campus, the Lowdon Track and Field Complex allows the program to take on the nation's finest collegiate competition on its home turf.
The all-purpose facility was made possible by the generosity of long-time TCU supporters Robert and Maria Lowdon and was officially dedicated on October 25, 1999. The Lowdon Track and Field Complex had a new Benyon surface installed during the 2011 summer that gives TCU's already phenomenal sprints program the chance to post even faster times.
The most visible long-term impact on the program may have been the addition of an outstanding area for throwing and jumping events. It has enabled TCU to pursue excellence in the field events and afforded the chance for the Horned Frogs to add to a rich heritage built primarily on sprinting greatness.