Dr. Tim and Terri Langford
Sports Medicine Center


Arkansas State University took another step to achieving its goal of a total Performance Enhancement Complex when a gift of $250,000 was presented by Dr. Tim and Terri Langford in September 2004.

The donation equals the fifth largest single donation ever given to the athletics program at A-State.  Longtime supporters Boe and Myrna Adams made an equal contribution to the Performance Enhancement Complex March 4, 2004.

Because of the Langford’s generous gift, the Athletic Training Program located in the Football Facility has been enhanced considerably.  The furnished and refurbished training room is now named the Tim and Terri Langford Sports Medicine Center.

In fact, Langford was recently named as one of the Sun Belt Conference’s distinguished alums during the league’s first 31 years.  Langford was also inducted into A-State’s Ring of Honor during the 2007 football season.

Langford, a urologist in Little Rock with Arkansas Urologists Associates, played quarterback for A-State from 1980-83 under former head coach Larry Lacewell.  His wife, Terri, is a former physical therapist and received part of her physical therapy training at Arkansas State.

The sports medicine department expanded into the former Red Wolves football team locker room.  This conversion increased available athletic training work space from 700 square feet to over 2,800 square feet.  Other training centers in the Convocation Center, Tomlinson Stadium and the Track and Field Complex serve to complement this primary space and provide frontline care for practices and events.

The Tim and Terri Langford Sports Medicine area has undergone recent changes and construction and is in use.  The project included new tables, flooring, ceiling, paint and offices.

A-State student-athletes, who already receive great medical care, enjoy plenty of room and quality surroundings.