Across from Cameron Indoor Stadium is the William David Murray Building, a multipurpose athletic facility located just off the concourse of Wallace Wade Stadium. A 16-year-old, $2.4 million structure, the Murray Building serves as home for the Duke training and weight rooms, lacrosse and soccer coaches offices, and lacrosse and soccer locker and equipment rooms. The modern and spacious training room houses all the modalities and equipment necessary for keeping Duke’s Olympic sports teams healthy and in action.
The Murray Building served as the official headquarters for Duke's Football program from 1988 to 2002, when the Football program moved into the newly constructed Yoh Football Center. The Murray Building then became home to the nationally ranked men's and women's lacrosse and soccer programs.
The building served Duke Football and Duke Athletics well, but is in need of renovation and a general face lift as it transitions to the home for four championship teams. The Iron Dukes have set a goal to raise $1 million to update the locker rooms, weight room, meeting rooms and coaches' offices.