Griffin Field
2101 State Avenue

Though Greyson University's mascot is a gryphon, Griffin Field is, somewhat surprisingly, not named in honor of this legendary animal, but after one Lawrence Griffin, a Greyson alum and major donor whose fancy was most likely tickled by his association between his surname and his alma mater's emblem. First constructed in 1966, Griffin Field is simple in design and somewhat outdated, but still more than adequate as an athletic facility. It contains simply the school's main athletic field (used for football, soccer, lacrosse and track and field events), the outdoor track, and the bleachers surrounding the whole field, as well as large men's and women's restrooms and a small concessions stand offering food and souvenirs. Additionally, there are tennis and volleyball courts just to the south of the field, also with ample seating for followers of these events.