Goldsberry Track has served as the home of the Ohio Women’s Track and Field program since the facility opened in May of 2000. The facility is regarded as one of the best track and field facilities in the Mid-American Conference.
Goldsberry track has the potential to hold 1,000 spectators in the red-brick grandstands on the east side of the stadium. A spacious press box sits atop the grandstand and is equipped with high quality sound system. The track is covered by Rekortan material and surrounds Pruitt Field, an artificial turf field used by Ohio’s Field Hockey program. The stadium is also equipped with professional field lights to provide the ability to host evening events.
Goldsberry Track is named in honor of Blaine R. Goldsberry. An Ohio student-athlete, team physician, and athletic contributor, Goldsberry graduated from Ohio University in 1914 and was a lifelong supporter of Bobcat Athletics.